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Last week, Lt. Governor Jon Husted announced that 150 Ohio companies have been approved for TechCred funding, which will help them upskill their current and incoming workforces to meet the needs of the increasingly tech-focused economy, particularly amid the COVID-19 health crisis.

The next application period for the TechCred program is now open and will run through June 30th, allowing another opportunity for companies to train current and or incoming employees.

To support the changing needs of Ohio businesses and workers during the economic recovery, following the COVID-19 crisis, the following changes have been made to the TechCred program:

  • To make TechCred more flexible for upskilling new hires, employers are no longer required to list employee names when applying for TechCred. Instead, they will identify the number of current or prospective employees they will upskill.
  • To account for possible staffing changes, employers who were awarded in October 2019, January 2020, and March 2020 rounds of TechCred may now substitute employees listed in their original applications.
  • Employers awarded in October 2019 and January 2020, who had credential programs interrupted by the crisis, may request to extend their 18-month award eligibility timeline.
  • Employees can now earn multiple credentials during each application period.

The last round of TechCred applications closed at the end of March 2020. Today, 150 Ohio employers were approved, which will result in up to 1,045 credentials to upskill Ohio workers. With the approvals announced today, a total of 500 Ohio employers have been approved for reimbursement, which will result in the earning of up to 4,232 technology-focused credentials by Ohio employees.

Employers can request that unlisted credentials be added to the eligible list by submitting an application for the TechCred program. Credentials will be reviewed by a panel of experts as each application is reviewed.

Visit TechCred.Ohio.Gov for more information.

At MAX, we are actively engaged with the TechCred team in Lt. Governor Jon Husted’s office and will be happy to answer questions or connect you directly.  This program has been amended to make eligibility, application, and enrollment much easier than in the past. Please take advantage of this opportunity.      

We also have set up a webinar on July 7, 2020, with John Sherwood, Workforce Project Manager, Governor’s Office of Workforce Transformation to answer any questions, you may have as you prepare for the next round to open August 1, 2020.

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May 13, 2020 

Dear Students, Clients, Alumni and Friends of MAX Technical Training, 

We are aware of and sensitive to your needs and challenges during the current coronavirus pandemic. Our number one concern is the health and safety of our employees, our instructors and our students. The majority of our employees and instructors continue to work from their homes. For those who do enter our facility, we sanitize regularly and thoroughly, and have repositioned our workstations to ensure at least 6 feet of distance between each person. 

MAX has been well versed and practiced in virtual training for several years. At the onset of COVID-19 in the United States, we enhanced and expedited our virtual training efforts, ensuring that all courses were converted to virtual offerings. As an example, we partnered with the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber of Commerce in early April to provide Microsoft Teams training in 60- to 90-minute formats at a substantial discount to Chamber members. We also converted two of our coding bootcamps to virtual settings, providing each of those students with a second monitor and all the supplies and direction they would need, including instruction on how to set up their at-home learning environment. All Information Technology (IT) classes went virtual. In the time since, for example, we conducted a private virtual Kubernetes bootcamp for 16 IT employees of a multi-state bank. 

Our commitment to you continues at every level. In addition to our virtual training offerings and options, we launched free webinars to continue our passion for educating. Since launching those webinars in May, we have educated more than 180 participants in such subjects as Amazon Web Services (AWS) and JavaScript. More webinars are coming! 

Now that businesses in many states are beginning to return to work, we will continue to actively monitor and follow the latest updates and recommendations from public health departments to guide our next steps. Until further notice, MAX will not host user groups or other groups at our facility. We do have one onsite bootcamp scheduled for June 8 and our August part-time bootcamp will be virtual on Monday and Wednesday nights and in person all day Saturdays. These bootcamps will be our only physical classroom training through the end of September, and it will include minimal staff.   All other training classes will be virtual using our MAX Virtual platform. 

Our focus moving forward will continue to be on virtual training. We encourage you to contact us at any time with any questions you might have about virtual offerings and options. We will keep you updated on our efforts to re-open our physical facility and training rooms. 

For now, please stay safe and healthy. 

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Organizations must now invest in their workforces by providing skill training programs that help employees develop new abilities and minimize gaps in knowledge, while having to work virtually. In this new technology driven world, skill training will be crucial to remaining competitive. According to a 2018 World Economic Forum report, more than half (54 percent) of all employees will require significant skill training in just three years. In the shadow of COVID-19, those three years now feel more like three months.

Here are some other reasons why, today more than ever, it’s crucial to reinvest in your team:

Skill Training Improves Employee Retention

Data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that three and a half million employees have left their jobs voluntarily every month since January 2019. That high level of voluntary turnover speaks to the issue of low employee retention across various organizations.

So, how can businesses boost employee retention? A start is by showing employees that they are valued, and their future career paths are being taken into consideration. In a national survey of over 400 employees spanning three generations (Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials), 70 percent of the respondents indicated that job-related training and development opportunities influenced their decision to stay at their job.

Training employees and providing career growth opportunities shows that businesses are dedicated to continued learning as well as their employees’ futures. Reskilling your workforce shows employees the path to career advancement in front of them, and those opportunities might excite them about their future with the company.

Skill Training Increases Employee Productivity

As Benjamin Franklin once said, “An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.”

A study conducted by the National Center on the Educational Quality of the Workforce found that increases in workforce education level were far more effective at increasing productivity than increases in the value of the equipment (a 10 percent increase in both produced a productivity gain of 8.6 percent for education vs. a mere 3.4 percent increase for upgraded equipment).

Training fuels motivation. When employees fully understand how to use the technology in front of them, they can work faster and produce higher-quality work. Higher-quality work leads to happier clients, coworkers, and supervisors. Better skill training is necessary to give employees the tools for success.

The Return on Investment (ROI) Is Clear

Though technical skill training programs cost money upfront, they provide a clear ROI. It’s less expensive to invest in the training of current employees than covering the expense of seeking out quality new hires. When an individual leaves a position, they take their knowledge and experience with them. The costs involved in the recruitment and hiring process are high, from advertising the position to the time it takes to train a new employee. It’s crucial to invest in current employees, not only, so employees are happier and more productive, but so money and tenured associates aren’t lost. For example, MAX Technical Training has worked with several large insurance companies who have been able to reskill current employees from non-technical roles within the organization, to lead IT positions. This is a win-win for both the company who benefits from retaining their valued talent, to the employee who not only learns a new skill but also understands their employer values them and their work. 

Skill training opportunities also lead to increased productivity, which leads to less wasted time and money. The many advantages of technical upskilling are interconnected, woven together to create a strong argument for its implementation.

Are You Ready to Invest in Skill Training?

MAX Technical Training is a woman-owned business, currently in its 23rd year, responding to the changing needs of clients. We provide educational services for IT professionals, software developers, IT leaders, and knowledge workers in Fortune 1000 companies worldwide. MAX specializes in private customized classes, mentoring, and intensive bootcamps for individuals seeking a career change. Our current offerings include training in ITIL4, Agile, Business Relationship Management, Cloud Security, Kubernetes, Business Analysis, Angular, Test Automation, Java, F5, and Microsoft. In addition, we are continually adding new technologies in response to our clients’ requirements. We vet the most knowledgeable and experienced subject matter experts to teach our classes. MAX delivers training in many modalities, including open classes attended in-person or remotely, as well as private classes offered at the client site anywhere in the world or multiple locations at once using our remote technology. 

To protect your investment, MAX offers employer insurance. If an employee leaves your company within six months of completing training at MAX, we will train their replacement in the same class at no charge (subject to terms and conditions). In addition, MAX also offers “re-takes” to refresh the skills and memory of clients who have purchased and attended one of our classes.

If you’re looking into skill training, reach out to us so we can discuss the best training program for you and your team. And, if you’re considering another technical training facility, see why MAX is the best possible choice.

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Dear MAX friends, students, and partners,

 

We have been closely monitoring what state and local officials are recommending in the face of combating the COVID-19 (corona) virus. While the news is concerning, it is our understanding that the current risk of serious illness remains low.

We at MAX Technical Training understand the delicate position facing our learning community. As we closely monitor developments related to Coronavirus, we want to update our customers on the measures and guidance we have in place to support the health and safety of all students.

Classes and meetings are continuing at MAX and we are taking extra precautions in cleaning and providing students with antibacterial wipes and hand sanitizers. We have even changed our coffee and food services to minimize the spread of germs.

 

In the event that your health or the virus risk necessitates that additional protective measures be taken, we want to issue a reminder that we feature MAX – Live Instructor-Led Training (remote) that is 100% virtual. Remote training options have been a part of the fabric of our training offerings and have surged in popularity over the past decade. These classes are led by a live instructor and feature hands-on labs that can be taken in the comfort of your home or office. All you need is a computer, internet connection, and speakers or a headset. See the link above.

 

To reduce the risk of exposure to Coronavirus (and any/all issues that may arise) we encourage our students to explore our remote training options to complete their training risk-free. For more information on our remote training options, please refer to our Delivery Methods.

 

 

 Remember, you can help prevent the spread of any illness within our region, including COVID-19, by adhering to the Center for Disease Control’s guidelines:

  • Stay home if you are sick, with the exception of getting medical care
  • Cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue, then throw it away
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds after using the restroom, before eating, and after blowing your nose and sneezing.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Regularly wipe down all surfaces and frequently touched items (cell phones, keyboards, counters, etc.).
  • Keep a proper social distance – avoid shaking hands and hugging.

 

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It’s a new integrated information analytics system from Microsoft that’s speeding up information flow and decision making.  It’s keeping businesses ahead of the game instead of trying to catch up to their competitors.  

The BI stands for Business Intelligence.  In our world today, information is currency.  It has a tangible value that can change in minutes when affected by outside factors and inside decision making.  Power BI lets users harness all of the information available to them in one interface that can be shared between users and decision-makers across desks, departments, and locations.  There is nothing worse than getting a data-driven insight too late to increase revenue.  Power BI lets you create reports, collaborate and find those insights while they still have real-world value.

How does Power BI work?  It comes in three main components.

The Power BI Desktop is the anchor of the system.  A tour from Microsoft can be found here https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/desktop-getting-started  The Power BI Desktop allows you to take the steps you need to find and create actionable business intelligence. 

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They include:

     Connecting to data, from single or multiple data sources.  You can import information internally or from the web.  You are in control of how broad or narrow your basic data is, allowing you to gain big picture insights or drill down to detail-related decisions.

   Next comes the most important step to success.  You use the built-in data models to create data visualization with charts and graphs and then generate action-driven reports to take advantage of the new insights while the market is still hot.  You control the questions and the base data to shape your decision making with the information that matters.

   Once you create your reports, you can share them with any audience you choose through the Power BI Service. This online tool lets you control who sees your data and gives them the opportunity to collaborate by adding their own data and insights.  Harness the power of your staff and other collaborators to make relevant decisions quickly and have complete mission buy-in by allowing team members to participate in the process.

  All of this information can be accessed and shared by the Power BI Mobile App so your information and insights are always at your fingertips.  Is there a last-minute change that changes the calculus right before a meeting?  You will not be caught off guard with the Power BI Mobile App.

If you are concerned about security and are not ready to have your sensitive data available in the cloud while you are collating it and generating reports, the Power BI Report Server can be set up behind your firewall.  You can keep your confidential information private while you make your reports and decisions and then publish what you want out to others for action.

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If you are ready to take the next step in business analytics and win the data race against your competition, call us at MAX Technical Training.  We are the local Power BI experts and we can take you through an overview of what the system can do for you and your business. 

We also have classes for Power BI in Excel and Data Analysis Practitioners and can custom design a curriculum for you and your employees to be able to get the most out of Microsoft’s Power BI. 

If you are ready to take the next step in controlling and using your data, call MAX Technical Training at 513-322-8888.

 

View our Power BI course offerings.

 

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Speaking of rising demand, the employment of software developers is projected to grow 21% from 2018 to 2028, much faster than the average for all occupations. Software development is a vast field full of opportunity, and although coding is traditionally thought to be for nerdy tech-lovers, anyone can find a love for coding. If you’re unsure of what a developer’s job entails, check out A Day in the Life of a Software Developer or What is a Front-end Developer? for more information.

So, whether you’re bored with your current job, have a secret love for coding, or you are simply looking for a change, a developer bootcamp could be the right move for you. Here’s why:  

  1. Bootcamps are Fast-paced and Engaging

Software developers are creative, determined, and constantly improving their craft. If that sounds like you, you’re off to a great start. Developer bootcamps can be grueling and difficult, but also extremely rewarding and valuable. Classes move fast, but successful bootcamps have engaging instructors and hands-on labs that help you feel supported and properly educated. If the idea of learning something new excites you, you’d be very successful in a career (like this one!) that requires you to be constantly on your toes.

  1. Technical Skills Are in Demand (No Degree Needed!)

It’s no secret that technology is becoming the way of the world. New tech is constantly evolving, and as such, technical jobs are growing at an increased pace (software engineer is listed as one of the most in-demand jobs of 2019!). The best part about it? A college degree isn’t required. According to StackOverflow’s 2019 Developer Survey, almost 25% of developers (who completed the survey) don’t have a degree. Further, almost 90% of all developers say they have taught themselves a new language, framework, or tool outside of their formal education. The bottom line: employers are often hiring based on skills, not on education levels. 

  1. There are Full-time and Part-time Opportunities 

Changing careers can be scary enough, but the financial stress can make it seem impossible. Luckily, many bootcamps are offered during nights or weekends so students can continue working or even stay at their current job throughout the training. If the time commitment still seems like too much, look into a part-time bootcamp. They are harder to find than full-time bootcamps, but they are still out there (MAX Technical Training offers the only instructor-led part-time bootcamp in the region)!  

  1. An Increased Earning Potential

Salaries can vary immensely based on experience, geographic region, and company, but software developers have the opportunity to make a great living in this career. According to Glassdoor, the 2019 national average salary of a software developer is $80,000 a year, which puts you in the 79th percentile for individual income in the United States. While money isn’t always the deciding factor, it certainly is a bonus.

  1. Limited Downtime

The idea of being out of work for an extended period can seem daunting, but some bootcamps are as short as 3 months! Bootcamps have an accelerated timeline and are carefully coordinated to help you learn everything you need to know, and nothing you don’t. And, as a bonus, credible bootcamps have a high job placement rate that should calm your worries (MAX Bootcamps have a 100% job placement rate). So, you really are on to your new career in no time.

 

If you still feel unsure about making a career move, that’s understandable. But, it can’t hurt to schedule a free consultation and see if this career would be a good fit for you. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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https://maxtrain.com/blog-post/c-java-boot-camps/ c# or Java Boot Camps? 2019-12-06T13:21:34-05:00 I teach a boot camp that teaches people with no background in programming to be professional software developers. We have both a full-time and a part-time boot camp. The full-time is 6.5 hours a day, 5 days a week for 11 weeks while the part-time is two evenings during the week and 7 hours on […] The post c# or Java Boot Camps? appeared first on MAX Technical Training. I teach a boot camp that teaches people with no background in programming to be professional software developers. We have both a full-time and a part-time boot camp. The full-time is 6.5 hours a day, 5 days a week for 11 weeks while the part-time is two evenings during the week and 7 hours on Saturday for 25 weeks.

One of the common questions we get from some people, especially younger people, is, “Should I take the C# or the Java boot camp?” Mostly I teach the C# boot camp, but my response to them is, “Take the next one!

What companies are looking for?

Companies that hire boot camp graduates are taking a leap of faith because grads don’t have any experience actually doing the work. I’ve talked to the people that do the hiring for companies and with very few exceptions they tell me that they don’t care as much about which language the grads have learned. Instead they are more interested in people with a strong motivation for programming, whether they know the concepts of programming, and can they figure out how to do things they’ve never done before.

A strong motivation to program

Because boot camp grads have no experience, companies want to hire those that are so motivated by programming that they’ll do it even when they don’t have to. They create their own projects to learn new things and improve their skills. I had one manager from a large company tell me that when they interview boot camp grads, they ask what they’ve done since graduating from the boot camp. If the person has not been programming since graduation, it becomes a very short interview. The company doesn’t care what the person has done or what language they’ve used; they just want to hear that the person has been programming.

Knows the concepts of programming

In my previous years as a software development manager, whenever I’d interview someone with little experience, I would ask them this question, “Tell me how you would programmatically sum all the numbers between 1 and 50 that were evenly divisible by 3 or 7?” I wanted to hear their thought process in English, but it was ok if they told me using programming language syntax. If they could answer correctly, I was pretty sure they new how to program. I didn’t care if they had programmed in the language my company used because I knew it would be easy to have them learn the language we use. But if they could not come up with a pretty good answer to my question, I was rather skeptical of their skills.

You see, if a person knows the concepts of programming, they can learn to do it in any language. Much can be done by simply searching Google. For example, if I created a language called CoolLang and you knew how to program, they could just type, “How do I loop in CoolLang?” and probably get the answer. But if a person doesn’t know anything about looping, they wouldn’t even know what to ask!

Can figure it out.

Throughout the boot camp, students are presented with many new problems they’ve never seen before. When they get stuck, they have an experienced instructor to guide them toward the answer. But when they get out in the professional world, they will face many programming challenges that they’ve never seen before but they won’t have a dedicated instructor to turn to for help. They’ll probably be assigned a mentor or two to ask, but mentors have their own projects and deadlines and may not be available on demand. That will leave it up to the new programmer to try to solve it on their own. They must know how to search for solutions both inside their organization and outside. Most programmers become very familiar with searching Google and StackOverflow. Companies don’t expect new programmers to be totally self-sufficient, but they do expect developers to try to solve their own problems before turning to others for help.

In summary

I would always recommend that people considering a boot camp enroll in the very next one available. The boot camp will teach you the concepts of programming as well as a particular language. The assignments will also teach how to solve problems using Google and StackOverview. After graduation, you can always go and learn Java or C# easily once you’ve learned the other one.

 

The boot camp will teach you how to program and, after graduation, you’ll be able to get out into the world and begin your professional software development career and bring in that paycheck. It is a great career!

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https://maxtrain.com/blog-post/it-careers-in-healthcare/ What kind of IT careers are available in healthcare? 2019-11-18T14:47:22-05:00 What kind of IT careers are available in healthcare? A lot of them. Healthcare IT jobs are one of the fastest-growing categories in the industry. The need for healthcare IT professionals is expected to grow by twenty percent in the next ten years, according to the United States Department of Labor. The average salary in […] The post What kind of IT careers are available in healthcare? appeared first on MAX Technical Training. What kind of IT careers are available in healthcare? A lot of them. Healthcare IT jobs are one of the fastest-growing categories in the industry. The need for healthcare IT professionals is expected to grow by twenty percent in the next ten years, according to the United States Department of Labor.

The average salary in Healthcare IT is close to $90,000 per year, with entry-level jobs starting at $60,000 per year and above., depending on the job. There are a number of factors behind the job growth. One of the biggest is that medical records now have to be electronic to comply with federal law. That means a lot of data entry, security concerns, network building and maintenance and other tasks required to maintain this new normal.
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Another reason is the aging population in the United States. As people age, they require more health care. In the next ten to fifteen years, the number of people between 60 and 70 years old is going to skyrocket as baby boomers reach and exceed retirement age. A required switch to a new system of more detailed medical codes is also creating a need for more Healthcare IT professionals to help manage the transition.

Medical records and health information professionals are consistently in the top ten in-demand jobs in the medical field. Some of the specialized jobs available include Medical and Health Service Manager, which directs and coordinates healthcare services; Health Information Technicians, who manage Electronic Medical Records systems; Health Informatics Directors, who help guide organizations in planning and executing IT programs; Nurse Informaticists, who combine nursing and IT expertise to help coordinate efficient patient care; and Chief Medical Information Officers, who have to combine traditional IT executive experience with the unique expertise required by the health care industry. These in-demand professionals command an average salary approaching $200,000 per year.

MAX Technical Training has certification programs and plenty of expertise to get you on your way to a rewarding career in IT Healthcare.

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https://maxtrain.com/blog-post/really-jobs-cincinnati/ Are there really IT jobs in Cincinnati? 2019-10-28T10:46:18-04:00 Are there really IT jobs in Cincinnati?  Oh yes.    A quick search on job websites like ZipRecruiter or Indeed shows thousands of available IT jobs in the Cincinnati area.  Like most other technical fields, the types of opportunities available depending on the education, certification, and experience of the job applicant.     The fastest […] The post Are there really IT jobs in Cincinnati? appeared first on MAX Technical Training. Are there really IT jobs in Cincinnati?  Oh yes. 
 
A quick search on job websites like ZipRecruiter or Indeed shows thousands of available IT jobs in the Cincinnati area.  Like most other technical fields, the types of opportunities available depending on the education, certification, and experience of the job applicant.
 
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The fastest growing IT job in the United States is that of Software Developer.  According to the United States Department of Labor, over 250,000 jobs are currently open nationwide.  These are the people who build software from the ground up, writing code and finding bugs.  With devices, hardware and innovation constantly changing, these professionals are working hard to keep software effective and current.
 
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IT Managers are also in demand.  These are the people that every company depends on to keep the software running and the data secure.  They are involved in managing and planning and often play a role in business decisions as well.
 
 
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Computer Systems and Information Security analysts are also in demand.  These are the people that design systems and protect them from hackers, viruses and malware.  Other jobs available include Web Developers, Support Specialist, Systems Administrator, and Database Administrator.
 
 
 
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Each of these jobs is valuable and depends on a variety of skills. 
 
If you are interested in becoming an IT Professional, contact us at Max Technical Training at 513-322-8888
 
We can sit down with you, discuss your areas of interest, and get you the training and certifications you need for a rewarding and successful career.
 
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https://maxtrain.com/blog-post/hires-coding-bootcamp-graduates/ Who hires coding bootcamp graduates? 2019-10-14T07:59:52-04:00 Who hires coding bootcamp graduates?  Pretty much everyone   Qualified IT professionals are among some of the most in-demand employees in the country.  It is one of the fastest growing fields with hundred of thousands of jobs open nationwide.  In the Cincinnati area, there are approximately 5000 IT jobs open at any one time, according […] The post Who hires coding bootcamp graduates? appeared first on MAX Technical Training. Who hires coding bootcamp graduates?  Pretty much everyone
 
Qualified IT professionals are among some of the most in-demand employees in the country.  It is one of the fastest growing fields with hundred of thousands of jobs open nationwide.  In the Cincinnati area, there are approximately 5000 IT jobs open at any one time, according to employment websites like ZipRecruiter and Indeed.
 
Because of the demand and the success of previous coding Bootcamp graduates, employers are moving away from the idea that a four-year college degree is required before they will hire a new employee.  College degrees still have value, of course, especially if the candidate has an education in business or another relevant area as well as IT.  But there are plenty of opportunities out there for someone who wants to get an education and certification in a programming language and other skills that will make them attractive IT job candidates.
 
Indeed.com recently surveyed over 1000 HR managers and IT recruiters about how coding Bootcamp graduates are viewed in the working world.  84 percent of them said that coding Bootcamp graduates are just as prepared, or even MORE prepared for success compared to Computer Science graduates.  80 percent of those respondents have already hired a coding Bootcamp graduate and 99.8 percent of them said that they would do it again.
 
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“But bootcamps can do more than just help narrow the supply-demand gap. A recent Indeed survey of diversity in tech found that 77% of respondents considered it “very or quite important” to have a diverse company. Here bootcamps can also play a role: According to respondents, 51% of surveyed companies said that hiring bootcamp grads is a good way to help job seekers from underrepresented groups find work in the technology sector.”
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MAX Technical Training offers a variety of coding bootcamps that will allow you to get the training and certifications you need to hit the ground running in the IT world. 
 
Call us today at 513-322-8888 and let us help you get started.
 
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https://maxtrain.com/blog-post/front-end-developer/ What Is A Front-end Developer? 2019-09-22T08:48:18-04:00 What is a front-end developer?  That’s the person that designs what the end-user sees and how they interact with a website or application when using the internet. If the general public is using a website that adapts to their device or operating system with ease and they can easily navigate it with no distractions, then […] The post What Is A Front-end Developer? appeared first on MAX Technical Training. What is a front-end developer?  That’s the person that designs what the end-user sees and how they interact with a website or application when using the internet.

If the general public is using a website that adapts to their device or operating system with ease and they can easily navigate it with no distractions, then they have the efforts of the front-end developer to thank.   Front-end developers have to be fluent in HTML, CSS, and Javascript among other skills because they are the bridge between the user and the server or “back end”.  

The designs they produce help users navigate websites with confidence and ease.  This is particularly important for websites who are dealing with potential paying customers.  A poorly designed website can lead to an annoyed potential customer moving on to a better-designed competitor.

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As far as career prospects go, there are currently thousands of front-end developer jobs available with a median income approaching $70,000/year.  A couple of things you will need to keep in mind are that front-end developers are expected to have design as well as execution expertise.  You will be a more valuable employee if you add effective and engaging design to your list of skills.  Also, it’s important to learn Javascript as well.  Most front-end design projects will feature heavy use of both of these skills.

 Finally, If you want to bring even more value to the table and stand out from the competition, you can also learn back-end or server development.  Max Technical Training can get you started on the path to becoming a front-end developer.   Call us today at (513) 322-8888 to schedule a visit.  Let us show you how to get started with a rewarding and successful career in the IT industry.

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https://maxtrain.com/blog-post/gi-bill-cover-coding-bootcamps/ Does the GI Bill cover coding bootcamps? 2019-09-09T08:45:50-04:00  It does if they meet the Veterans Administration standards for quality.  And MAX Technical Training has no less than four bootcamps that are fully approved for GI Bill eligible veterans. The first is Business Software Specialist. In just 91 hours, veterans can be trained in the most popular software packages used in corporate America. Graduates […] The post Does the GI Bill cover coding bootcamps? appeared first on MAX Technical Training.  It does if they meet the Veterans Administration standards for quality.  And MAX Technical Training has no less than four bootcamps that are fully approved for GI Bill eligible veterans.

The first is Business Software Specialist. In just 91 hours, veterans can be trained in the most popular software packages used in corporate America. Graduates will be ready to go with computer skills and software training specific to their chosen career field.  

MAX also offers an IT Infrastructure Professional Bootcamp, where students get 97.5 hours of computer-based training and 13 hours of employment coaching.  Successful graduates can compete for jobs such as Help Desk Support, Desk Side Support, Service Technician, IS Department Support, Network Technician, and others.

Ready to work even harder for a successful IT career?  Max offers two 11 week bootcamps that will produce successful graduates who are needed in two fast-growing career paths.

The first is the .NET bootcamp, which trains veterans how to become an entry-level, front- and back-end software developer.  This 11-week immersion bootcamp is for those who come in with little or no programming experience and want to leave as successful IT professionals.

Our other 11 week GI Bill eligible course for veterans is the Java bootcamp.  Java is used almost everywhere and is a valuable tool for an IT professional to have.  The course is also designed for veterans who may have little or no programming experience with the goal of making them successful entry-level, front- and back-end software developers.

Military veterans are prized by many employers for their adaptability, willingness to work, ability to handle stressful situations and many other positive traits.  Join the ranks of IT professionals who are beginning great careers by calling MAX Technical Training at (513) 322-8888 and let us help you get started today.
 
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https://maxtrain.com/blog-post/how-do-i-start-an-it-career-in-cincinnati/ How do I start an IT career in Cincinnati? 2019-08-21T13:54:16-04:00 How do I start an IT career in Cincinnati?  If you are asking that question, you have already taken the first step toward a new career by showing interest in a growing field that’s always looking for new talent. Just like any other field, people who are new to IT have to have the skills […] The post How do I start an IT career in Cincinnati? appeared first on MAX Technical Training. How do I start an IT career in Cincinnati?  If you are asking that question, you have already taken the first step toward a new career by showing interest in a growing field that’s always looking for new talent.

Just like any other field, people who are new to IT have to have the skills and certifications that qualify them to do the job.  Employers want to know that you will be able to hit the ground running. 

So where to begin?

Having a computer science degree is no longer a requirement, some employers value backgrounds in business or marketing.  Someone who is able to see IT problems from both sides of the fence can sometimes come up with creative solutions to problems.  
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The next step is learning a coding language.  Whether you are looking for a career in software design, networking or other technical fields, being familiar with a coding language like HTML, Java or others will make you a more attractive candidate.  If possible, try your hand at more than one.  If you don’t have a degree or want to learn more coding languages quickly, MAX Technical Training can set you up with a Coding Bootcamp so you will learn the latest languages to be on the cutting edge of the technology.

Next, you have to decide on a career path and tailor your coding education and job search to that area.  Information/Network Security, Software Developer, Network Engineer, Network Administrator, Systems Analyst, and Tech Support are all different spokes in the IT wheel.  Knowing where you want to go will help you get there faster.

You should look at job listings that you want and see if any technical certifications are required.  Some of them can be accomplished fairly quickly with some money out of pocket.  Think of the expense as an investment in your future.  MAX Technical Training can help you figure out what you need and how to get there.

Now it’s time to hit the street and build your personal network.  Stay in contact with people you met in college or in your Coding Bootcamp.  Attend IT centered events like training seminars or events at local colleges or universities.  Look into internships at local companies.  The more people you meet and make a positive impression on, the bigger your personal network grows.

Finally, start applying for jobs.  Don’t be afraid to apply for jobs that might seem a little out of reach.  If you only have one year of experience and the job listing calls for two years, give it a shot.  Don’t aim too high and apply for jobs you aren’t qualified for, of course, but if you get an interview for an entry-level job, do your best to sell yourself and your commitment to your new career.

MAX Technical Training is proud to help train the next generation of IT professionals.  Give us a call at (513) 322-8888 and see what we can do for you.

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