The program faculty have a minimum of 3 years of management experience in the Cloud Computing field, and a minimum of 5 years of work experience. The instructors are familiar and preferably certified in the same certifications as our Bootcamp learners will be working towards.
The purpose of the Cloud Computing Pre-Apprenticeship is to prepare learners for their first role in supporting cloud operations using Amazon Web Services (AWS) as the primary cloud architecture platform. Topics included in the Boot Camp are: Basics of Linux Operating System, Introduction to Computer Networking, Python scripting, and Cloud Computing Fundamentals with AWS. This is a project-based program providing opportunities for learners to apply the new knowledge and skills within hands-on, scenario-based activities. This Pre-Apprenticeship will also prepare learners to sit for the AWS Cloud Practitioner certification exam. For job seekers, the coaching includes job preparedness skills to identify employment opportunities, interview preparation, resume and cover letter development, and building their reference network/portfolio. The coaching is facilitated to prepare the job seeker/learner’s resume, and develop communication skills to effectively communicate and present their portfolio to their future employer.
18 years of age or older except where a higher age is required by law. Must be employed to learn an apprenticeable occupation. Must have a minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent. A two or four year degree is preferred.
New Apprenticeship utilizes a rolling admissions deadline, with Bootcamps beginning every month.