New IT Training Portal Gives Job Seekers Free Education, Training and a Pathway to Employment http://www.setfocusfreetraining.com

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Parsippany IT Career Transitional School continues to focus on learning, growth and job sustainability

“By providing access to high quality training materials, at no charge, SetFocus can help stimulate careers and develop a pool of individuals to fill the growing IT needs within the country."

SetFocus announced the launch of http://www.setfocusfreetraining.com, a new site offering free access to over 100 hours of its course library in the areas of applications and database development. The courses will help individuals develop a working knowledge of key Microsoft technologies and master the core concepts and critical skills that are necessary to get and stay ahead in the IT job market.

SetFocus employs innovative, job-specific IT training and career counseling techniques to help ready job seekers, changers and explorers to find, prepare for and secure sustainable IT careers. The company’s free training portal, http://www.setfocusfreetraining.com, developed by Marketing Strategist, Pat Rovner of Local MotionMarketing, offers a portfolio of courses, which include Object-Oriented Concepts, Relational Database Fundamentals, Introduction to C# and Visual Studio, Business Intelligence tools, SharePoint Overview and Demonstration, as well as training in basic computer science fundamentals.

“We recognize that education is the pathway to employment sustainability. By providing access to high quality training materials, at no charge, SetFocus can help stimulate careers and develop a pool of individuals to fill the growing IT needs within the country”, stated SetFocus President Jerry Masin. “Our training portal is available 24/7 and will include full lectures, notes, labs, projects and video; we continue to work closely with Pat Rovner of Local Motion Marketing to set the tone and style of our various product offerings,” added Masin.

SetFocus is actively collaborating with the NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development, the NJ Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, the Morris County Chamber of Commerce and various community colleges to advance the idea that economic viability is an outcome of learning, growth and job sustainability. The company has recently developed a “Bridging the Gap Technology Scholarship” program in cooperation with the New Jersey Technology Council and the NJ Department of Labor’s Technology and Entrepreneurism Talent Network. More details on the scholarship program can be found by visiting http://www.njtctechdirectory.info.

About SetFocus

SetFocus was founded with the premise that everyone deserves a good education and a good job. Since 1997, we have been delivering on-site and virtual job-specific training programs combined with career counseling services to allow individuals to achieve economic viability by learning new technologies, building their employment brand and maintaining job sustainability. Over the past 15 years, our proven formula has propelled the careers of more than 2,300 IT professionals.

A Microsoft Learning Solutions partner, SetFocus was nominated for Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year Award, and has been ranked among Inc. 5000’s fastest growing companies and New Jersey’s Top 50 Fastest growing companies. SetFocus has also earned the NJ Smart Workplace Award for application of its proprietary videoconferencing technology – The Grid®

About Local Motion Marketing

Local Motion Marketing specializes in connecting businesses with customers looking for products and services on search engines, social media sites and mobile devices. Utilizing internet marketing strategies, Local Motion Marketing drives local traffic and sales by increasing a company’s online presence and delivering relevant, search-engine friendly information, promotions, videos and news. http://www.localmotionmarketing.com

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