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IT Pre-Apprenticeship Programs

TLG has partnered with Apprenti to introduce a Pre-Apprenticeship Training Program that helps you jumpstart the process to an IT Apprenticeship or apply directly to a full-time IT Career.

Career Outlook For Network Development Engineers

Stats from 1/1/2020 – 4/30/2022

91% Graduation Rate

$70,000 Average Entry Level Pay

81% Placed within 60 days of graduation


 13 Intensive Weeks (455 hours)
 Mon-Fri 8:00am – 4:00pm Pacific Time
 In-Class or Remote

TLG’s program prepares students for job placement through a combination of intensive IT curriculum and career preparedness resources. Over the course of this network engineer training program, students will learn:

  • Networking fundamentals
  • Essential Linux skills
  • Architecting a solution
  • Python Scripting for Network Automations
  • Cloud Computing
  • Business and career skills

How to Apply


Take the Apprenti online Aptitude Assessment.

Achieve minimum score or 80 on Apprenti assessment. Some programs require a minimum score of 85.

Complete screening interview.

Candidates who pass the interview will be accepted into the IT Pre-Apprenticeship program.

Available IT Pre-Apprenticeship Programs

Network Development Engineer


Software Development Engineer


AWS Certified Solution Architect


Data Center Technician


Data Network Operations


AWS Certified Solution Architect


Who Should Apply?

Please review the following to see if you qualify for a Pre-Apprenticeship Training Program.

No IT experience required

Must be over the age of 18

Must hold a high school diploma or equivalent

Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident

If a veteran, must not have dishonorable discharge

Must complete Apprenti online assessment

Essential to my triumph over difficult tasks

The cohort format gave me many angles to perceive a topic. They were a secondary source of understanding if I was not digesting what the instructor was delivering. We built a community knowledge bank that we could all pull from. We gave each other feedback on presentations of specific topics and a helping hand when the load got heavy. They were essential to my triumph over difficult tasks.

Army Veteran, IT Pre-apprentice Data Center Technician Program

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