CHICAGO (PRWEB) December 23, 2019
Northeastern Illinois University’s Office of Community and Professional Education (CAPE), in collaboration with QuickStart, has announced job-focused IT Bootcamp programs to help meet the growing demand of IT workforce in the industry. Participants will be equipped with all the necessary skills and knowledge required to get a job in an in-demand and growing career within 4-6 months.
QuickStart guarantees job placement within 6 months after graduation, and this commitment comes with a 100% money-back guarantee. The Bootcamp requires the participants to give 20 hours or less per week, and the classes are offered in accordance with the availability and convenience of the student/participant. Individuals will be offered:
- Northeastern Illinois University (CAPE) certificate of completion
- Job ready training in high demand careers
- Job Guaranteed upon successful completion of Bootcamp
- 1-on-1 Coaching provided for all students by industry expert mentors
- Real-world projects and portfolio development
- 6 months career counselling after graduation
- Minimum 20 hours per week commitment from candidate
- Convenient timings for class delivery
- Diverse and easy payment options
Program 1: Cybersecurity Bootcamp
The 26-week non-credit online program is designed to cater the growing need of security experts. It is the combination of theoretical and practical learning. Participants can learn fundamentals of networking, security, hardware and operating systems along with the best security practices and policies and will be prepared for the top security certifications; CompTIA A+, CompTIA Security+, CompTIA CYSA+, CompTIA Network+, Ethical Hacking and CompTIA Pentest+.
The need to fight cybercrime and information protection is the most critical and forefront operation of organizations. More and more data are being created online each day in the health care sector, government and other companies, which if compromised could have fatal implications, this translates to numerous employment opportunities in various industries and businesses for the security experts. Therefore, we prepare a cybersecurity bootcamp training which covers relevant skillsets and certifications that can help individuals safeguarding the industry while pursuing a lucrative tech career.
According to indeed.com, security professionals with expertise of providing security for software systems, networks and data centers; managing attacks and intrusions; recognizing the potential threat or attempted breach; etc. have the potential to earn approximately $60K to $75K.
To excel in the IT field, one must obtain the top cybersecurity certifications. With cybercrime on the rise in modern times, there is an increasing need for companies to make provisions for positions with the possibility of landing a lucrative job is high. With the right skillset, certifications and knowledge, newbies can rise to fill one of the following roles as time goes on; Security Analyst, Auditor, Engineer, Consultant, Security Manager, Architect, and Director etc.
Northeastern Illinois University conducts a new cohort after every 6 weeks, to learn more and enroll in the cybersecurity Bootcamp, follow this link: https://neiu.quickstart.com/bootcamp/cybersecurity
Program 2: Data Science Bootcamp
The 26-week non-credit program starts from the basics of Data Querying, Data Analysis and Visualization which will be advanced towards the learning of Big Data specifics for making data-driven business decisions. The training covers Transact-SQL, R Programming, Spark, Azure HDInsight, Machine Learning, Power BI, Data Visualization and Python. Individuals can advance the skillset through convenient weekend and evening classes. The entire bootcamp journey is online so participants can learn conveniently with their own pace.
According to PayScale, “the average compensation for data experts is around $91,000/year, with the top 10 percent earning is more $120,000/year and even the lowest 10% is making less than $62,000/year. The actual annual pay depends on multiple factors, including employer, skills, experience, location, industry, and job duties.”
The rising demand for data experts results in high and competitive starting and continuing salaries. To ensure our students get the maximum share of the opportunity, we teach the skills and certifications that help individuals get an in-demand job role, such as Data Analyst, Data Engineer, Data Scientist, Business Analyst, Data Analytics Engineer, Business Intelligence Analyst and Business Insights Analyst.
We conduct a new cohort after every 6 weeks, to learn more and enroll in the Bootcamp:
Program 3: Web Development Bootcamp
Learn more about the Northeastern Illinois University Bootcamp, visit our website:
According the Zsolt Nagy, the Lead Instructor for Web Development Bootcamp, “The leading digital trends and artificial intelligence in the web development industry are ever-changing. From development to design and from marketing to driving out content strategies, the world of a web developer isn’t ending, but it’s emerging in various creative forms. These new web trends are compelling, and they are indicating you to purge out the outdated ones and look forward to new ones.”
In fact, the demand for web developer jobs will grow by 13% from 2016 to 2026, as extracted from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (U.S.) report. So, it’s evident that beginners and students can expect more web development career opportunities in the future while boosting their technical and creative skills. According to The Balance Career “Salaries for web developers are higher than the average total for all occupations. It pins the median annual wages of all occupations at $35,540. The highest 10% earn $112,680. On the other hand, the lowest 10% earn $33,790. Washington, Delaware, Virginia, California and District of Columbia are the five highest paying states for web developers.”
Learn more about the Northeastern Illinois University Bootcamp, visit our website:
Program 4: Data Analytic Bootcamp
The job roles such as Data Analyst, Business Analyst, Marketing Analyst, Business Intelligence Analyst or Financial Analyst need to grow, and they will continue to be. The more project they embark on, the more experience they get. However, nurturing the right growth towards certain skills will make them succeed. It will also help them attain opportunities in the future. More organizations are adopting data analytics tools. The tools to help in their future decisions impact their operations and understand consumer behavior.
Therefore, data analytics skills are essential to remain relevant in the field. With time, the analytical tools will advance with technology. Considering the demand of data analysis and visualization, Northeastern Illinois University’s Office of Community and Professional Education (CAPE), in collaboration with QuickStart launches a 16-week immersive non-credit bootcamp program through which the individuals can update themselves on the relevant tools to use. Aside improving on data analytics skills, they will specialize in different industries by working on real-life projects to enhance their skills and market value.
According to Payscale.com the “average salary for a data expert is $57,261 to 75,850 per year.” There are some factors that affect the salary, including educational level, years of experience, certifications, and involvement in professional organizations.
Learn more about the Northeastern Illinois University Data Analytics Bootcamp, visit our website:
About Northeastern Illinois University:
Northeastern Illinois University is a fully accredited public university serving the Chicago metropolitan area offering programs in the arts, sciences, business and education. The non-credit online bootcamp program is organized by the “Office of Community and Professional Education (CAPE)” department of the NEIU to help Individuals with career development or learn a new skill.
Christie Miller, Director
Office of Cultural Events and Community and Professional Education (CAPE)
QuickStart exists to create technologists by individualizing and personalizing training to address the skills gap in the Technology industry. Through two decades of data analysis and research, we have learned that a contemporary student opts to learn through multiple modalities such as virtual instructor-led training, self-paced online learning, on-the-job training, hands-on and implementation experience through mentoring, labs, and social and peer-to-peer learning.
Shamsah Malik, VP Sales