One of the world’s largest independent IT training companies is drastically changing the way South Carolina businesses offer computer and business training to their employees, while also making a difference by supporting IT-oLogy’s initiatives.
New Horizons Learning Centers of S.C., with locations in Charleston, Columbia and Greenville, offers hundreds of courses delivered by certified experts in an array of client-friendly locations. It is the region’s most comprehensive source for IT and end-user training for individuals, as well as small, medium and large organizations.
New Horizons, an Enterprise Level partner with IT-oLogy, is giving back by supporting IT-oLogy through training opportunities. Register now for any individual training, as well as for your company/organization, and request the IT-oLogy voucher. The money you pay for training will be donated to IT-oLogy by New Horizons to support IT-oLogy projects and programs.
“We pride ourselves in training a variety of business people, from the basics in computer functions to advanced IT certification,” says Jeff Moses, owner of New Horizons Learning Centers of S.C. “New Horizons allows students to learn in a manner that best suits their schedule, budget, learning style and expertise.”
By offering customized training solutions, New Horizons gives training managers the ability to easily administer their learning programs and track the progress of all participating employees. Understanding that maximizing their investment in training is important for all companies, New Horizons assists each of its clients with the management and measurement of their training activities.
Whether the training is one-on-one for a specific individual or a program for several hundred employees in multiple locations across the globe, New Horizons Computer Learning Centers of South Carolina can develop a training program to fulfill the need. The company delivers a full range of technical, application and business skills training solutions. Courses range from basic application and desktop productivity tools (i.e., Project, Excel and PowerPoint) to complex and integrated business systems (i.e., Information Security, ITIL, Microsoft, Cisco, Oracle, EC-Council, Adobe, Apple and CompTIA).