Upcoming Training

  • Dell SonicWALL Network Security Advanced Administration
    12/08/2016 - 12/09/2016

    In this course, you will build on the skills learned in Dell SonicWALL Network Security Basic Administration. You will learn the latest information on application control, bandwidth management, troubleshooting, and advanced networking. This course is designed to teach you to utilize the advanced features of SonicWall Unified Threat Management (UTM) products. Through hands-on labs you will configure and test UTM features not covered in the Basic Administration course.

    The CSSP certification exam for SonicOS is not a part of the class, but you will have access to it online via your personal MySonicWALL account.

    Attend this course and receive one Dell® SonicWALL® TZ300W network security appliance and a one-year Comprehensive Gateway Security Suite license.

    To attend this course, prerequisite skills and knowledge are required, including completing three e-learning courses prior to beginning this class. Information from these e-learning modules is included on the certification exam. The prerequisite training is available from SonicWALL at:

    https://support.software.dell.com/sonicwall-nsa-series/training/106/dell-sonicwall-network-security-advanced-administration-cssp-level-course- and includes:

    • Network Security Technology Overview (~4 hrs online course): For students new to network security, Dell SonicWALL offers the Network Security Overview course. While this course is not a prerequisite course, it is strongly suggested.
    • Advanced Networking and Security with SonicOS (~ 8 hrs online course): This eight-module online training was designed by industry leading networking experts to utilize advanced features of Dell's Network Security products. Most modules consist of three parts:
      • A lecture portion that deals with the theory involved with a specific subject.
      • A demonstration on how to configure the feature using SonicOS.
      • An end-of-module quiz preparing you for taking the comprehensive end-of course quiz.
  • Dell SonicWALL Secure Mobile Access Basic Administration SMABA
    12/08/2016 - 12/09/2016

    In this course, you will connect to your own iOS or Droid mobile device to access the Mobile Connect client for hands-on participation. You will learn to administer and manage the SMA appliance to provide secure, anywhere access to applications and resources for employees, business partners, and other users. You will cover using the Appliance Management Console (AMC) to provide users with secure access to any application, from corporate laptops or un-managed computers, based on secure authentication and authorization policies and appropriate End Point Control requirements. You will also learn how to deploy graphical terminal shortcuts for native web-based access to Windows Terminal Servers and Citrix server farms.

    Upon completion of this course, you are encouraged to take the Certified SonicWALL System Administrator (CSSA) exam.

    For registrations using an application key, you cannot register via the web. You must call to complete your registration.

  • Captivate – Beyond the Essentials
    12/08/2016 - 12/09/2016
    Future Media Concepts ,IL

    This class is a continuation of the concepts covered in Captivate Essentials - An Introduction to Captivate 8. In this course you will fine-tune those concepts by learning about object styles, master slides, themes, and advanced actions. You will be able to personalize your presentations with variables and branching scenarios that will help decide the best path for the learner. You will learn to make your presentations Section 508-compliant with accessibility text and closed captions. Finally, you will learn how to transform your presentations from e-Learning to m-Learning (mobile learning).

  • Captivate – Beyond the Essentials
    12/08/2016 - 12/09/2016
    Spectrum Tower ,CA

    This class is a continuation of the concepts covered in Captivate Essentials - An Introduction to Captivate 8. In this course you will fine-tune those concepts by learning about object styles, master slides, themes, and advanced actions. You will be able to personalize your presentations with variables and branching scenarios that will help decide the best path for the learner. You will learn to make your presentations Section 508-compliant with accessibility text and closed captions. Finally, you will learn how to transform your presentations from e-Learning to m-Learning (mobile learning).

  • Captivate – Beyond the Essentials
    12/08/2016 - 12/09/2016

    This class is a continuation of the concepts covered in Captivate Essentials - An Introduction to Captivate 8. In this course you will fine-tune those concepts by learning about object styles, master slides, themes, and advanced actions. You will be able to personalize your presentations with variables and branching scenarios that will help decide the best path for the learner. You will learn to make your presentations Section 508-compliant with accessibility text and closed captions. Finally, you will learn how to transform your presentations from e-Learning to m-Learning (mobile learning).

  • IBM InfoSphere IGC I – Understanding Your Information Assets V11.3 KM623G
    12/08/2016 - 12/09/2016

    The Information Governance Catalog (IGC) is a new product within the Information Server suite of products. It replaces two products in earlier versions of Information Server: Business Glossary and Metadata Workbench. The new Information Governance Catalog contains and enhances all the functionality that these earlier products contained and adds additional functionality as well as an enhanced user interface.

    IGC I focuses on the functionality previously contained in Metadata Workbench. IGC II focuses on the functionality previously contained in Business Glossary. In IGC I you will learn how IGC is used to explore, manage, and analyze the metadata produced and consumed by products and components in Information Server and stored in the Information Server shared Repository. This course is designed to give users the skills to capture, explore, and analyze metadata stored within the Information Server Repository as well as metadata that extends beyond Information Server: To data sources and applications that feed into DataStage jobs and to data sources and applications that DataStage jobs feed into.

  • Microsoft Azure Fundamentals (M10979) M10979
    12/08/2016 - 12/09/2016

    In this course, you will learn the Microsoft Azure features used in the day to day administration of cloud resources including: basic implementation of Azure subscriptions, websites, virtual machines, storage, virtual networks, databases, and Microsoft Azure Active Directory (AD).

    This course provides the prerequisite knowledge for the following Microsoft Azure courses:

    • Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions (M20532)
    • Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions (M20533)
  • AMA2605 The 5 Choices of Extraordinary Productivity
    12/08/2016 - 12/09/2016
    AMA San Francisco Center ,CA

    For most of us, the demands our careers place on our shoulders can be overwhelming. Combine this with the distractions caused by an unending influx of information, and our lives can become downright exhausting. If we don't react to these stimuli with clear discernment, our ability to think clearly and make wise decisions about what's important suffers, the goals that matter most in our professional and personal lives get shortchanged, or not accomplished at all.

    This course combines current neuroscience research with proven productivity principles to help you better manage your decisions, attention, and energy. You'll learn how to apply a process and maximize the use of technology platforms that can dramatically increase your ability to achieve life's most important outcomes by consistently making choices that create extraordinary value for yourself and your organization. This solution not only produces a measurable increase in productivity, but can also provide you with a renewed sense of engagement and accomplishment.

    This course includes:

    • Participant Guide
    • Technical Guide: Microsoft Outlook or LotusNotes edition
    • The 5 Choices: a brief monograph with notebook
    • Bonus Modules: three video-based mini courses with toolkits

    By FranklinCovey - now available through AMA.

  • AMA2186: Collaborative Leadership Skills for Managers
    12/08/2016 - 12/09/2016
    AMA New York ,NY

    Why become a collaborative leader? Because it gives you the ability to break down silos to create an energetic department and team that has better business results.

    This seminar will give you the skills to be an adaptive manager-someone who can create clarity and vision and build mutual trust with your team and other departments. You will learn how to inspire optimal performance from team members and help bring out their strongest talents.

    How You Will Benefit

    • Become more effective by enabling each team member to share ideas and generate solutions
    • Remove roadblocks that prevent employees from doing their best work
    • Enhance team creativity and involvement without expensive programs or initiatives
    • Differentiate yourself and become more influential in your organization
    • Help increase employee retention and engagement
    • Develop a mindset that can increase your innovation skills and produce new ideas
    • Provide greater opportunities for employees to own and implement their ideas
    • Reduce performance issues by increasing employee involvement and leadership skills
  • SAS Macro Language 1: Essentials (SAS MC1)
    12/08/2016 - 12/09/2016
    SAS Training Center ,NY

    This course focuses on the components of the SAS macro facility. In this course, you will learn how to design, write, and debug macro systems. Emphasis is placed on understanding how programs with macro code are processed.

    Certification:

    SAS Certified Clinical Trials Programmer Using SAS 9