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Looking for IT Trainers

By tracym ·
Hello Out There! I am writing from LTU, provider of IT training and other professional continuing education. My roll at LTU is to recruit new faculty as our programs grow and grow. If you or anyone you know are interested in a teaching opportunity, please contact me. I'm particularly interested in those experienced in Oracle dba, Java programming, Visual Basic and C++.

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Where are you located???

by FernS In reply to Looking for IT Trainers

Where are you located and do you need MCTs??

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Excuse my delay

by tracym In reply to Where are you located???

LTU has three onground locations - Thousand Oaks, Chatsworth, and Irvine, CA. We also have an online program. We may have the need for MCTs, but it depends on where you are located and where you can teach.
Thanks!!!

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A Free E-Course

by rsharma In reply to Looking for IT Trainers

I have a better alternative. I am offering a Free E-Course on VoIP Network Design at my website <www.econets.com>. The course is based on my university teaching at many universities, particulary at SMU, Dallas. The success of the course has been attributed by over 500 students to a user-friendly downloadable software, EcooNets.

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Me too!

by susan.whisenhunt In reply to Looking for IT Trainers

Tracy,
I'm in the same boat. I can't find faculty either. I need MCSEs who also have at least a bachelor's degree. Since my positions are all part-time evenings, I don't get many qualified applicants.

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Sympathy

by tracym In reply to Me too!

Hi Susan:
It is extremely difficult to find qualified instructors. I can sympathize completely. My best results have come from the online resume databases. Have you tried any? Give it a shot. Good Luck!
Tracy

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