CYBERSECURITY APPRENTICESHIP STEPS:
Students must pass an aptitude test & oral interview
Up to two year apprenticeship with employer
Ongoing lab course and industry certifications
This cyber security boot camp has been registered and approved by the California Department of Apprenticeship Standards & State of Nevada Governor’s Office. Transmosis will source, screen and on board apprentices and begin the virtual classroom component of the apprenticeship experience in Summer, 2017. The students will study full-time for eight weeks in a comprehensive virtual on-demand style training program, resulting in a industry leading certifications by CompTIA. Employers will be invited to interview the apprentices for their entry-level security positions, with no obligation to hire.
Program participants need to be legally able to work in the US and must have college entry level math/reading skills as well as some experience with hardware, software and networking in order to pass the qualifying entrance exam. Candidates will also be required to interview for an apprenticeship slot, prior to being accepted for enrollment.
- Demand for Cybersecurity experts has grown more than 3.5 times faster than IT jobs
- 12 times faster than the demand for all non-IT jobs
- Cybersecurity professionals earn 25% more.
Transmosis is a nationally recognized workforce intermediary focused on enabling companies to build a customized pipeline of skilled labor. State and Federal training dollars help train individuals for IT career pathways and fill skill gaps for employers
- Can legally work in the USA
- Completion of a GED or High School equivalent
- College entry level Math & English skills
- Basic hardware, software, and networking experience in order to pass qualifying exam
- Strong interest in working in the cyber field