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Information Technology & Computer Skills

Accounting Software
  QuickBooks Pro 2013 Essential Skills - Part 1 
  AutoCAD Level 1: Basic 2-D Drawing 
  AutoCAD Level 2: Beyond Basics 
  AutoCAD Levels 1 & 2 
  Introduction to Revit 
  Revit - Level 2 
CompTIA® Certification Preparation Courses
  CompTIA® A+ Certification Prep Essentials – Part 3 
  CompTIA® A+ Certification Prep Essentials – Part 4 
  CompTIA® Network+ Certification Prep 
  CompTIA® Security+ Certification Prep 
Cisco Networking/CCENT & CCNA Prep
  ICND1 – 100-101 Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices – Part 1 
  ICND2 – 200-101 Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices – Part 2 
UNIX Courses
  UNIX Commands & Shell Programming 
Computer & Web Programming
  Advanced Java Programming 
  Developing Android Mobile Applications 
  Intermediate Java Programming 
  Intro to Java Programming 
Database Systems
  Access 2010 - Intermediate 
  Access 2010 - Introduction 
  Advanced Oracle SQL & PL/SQL 11g 
  Oracle Database Administration 11g 
  Oracle PL/SQL 11g 
  Oracle SQL 11g 
Microsoft Office
  Excel 2010 - Advanced 
  Excel 2010 - Intermediate 
  Excel 2010 - Introduction 
  Excel 2010 - The Power of PivotTables 
  Microsoft's PowerShell Scripting - 2008 Server 
  MS Windows Server 2008 R2 - Server Administrator 
  TCP/IP 2014 
  Windows 7, Configuration (70-680) 
Networking & Security
  Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP®) 
  CyberWatch Security 
  Intro to Networking 
  Networking Essentials 
Web Design Certificate Program
  Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 - Level 1 
  Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 - Level 2 
  Adobe Illustrator CS6 - Level 1 
  Adobe Photoshop CS6 - Level 1 
  Advanced HTML5 and CSS3 
  H.O.T. for Web Designers, Level 1 
  Intro to Web Page Design 
  Introduction to JavaScript & jQuery 

Looking to Enter Information Technology (IT)? Consider NOVA's "TRiP" Program.

"TRiP" is an intensive part-time, technology training program for people interested in transitioning to an IT career. Most classes are conveniently held in the evenings and on Saturdays, with an emphasis on both classroom and hands-on training.

"TRiP" is the only program in Northern Virginia that offers an optional internship. This experience enables you to add actual IT experience to your resume.

Individuals interested in "TRiP" should:

Attend an Orientation Open House.
The next orientation sessions will be held on Wednesday, May 20, 2015.
Session A - 11:00AM - 12:00PM
Session B - 5:30PM – 6:30PM

Both sessions will be held at:
Northern Virginia Community College
The Center for Employee Development
The Pitney Bowes Building
7630 Little River Turnpike, 6th floor
Annandale, Virginia 22003

The next session begins TBA with the "Networking Essentials" class.

For more information or register in advance for either orientation session, please contact David Campbell at 703-323-3859 or Kofi Mitchual at 703-323-3829.