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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

Summary

 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

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

13 WEEKS

Software Development Engineer

18 WEEKS

AWS Certified Solution Architect

4 WEEKS

Data Center Technician

11 WEEKS

Data Network Operations

18 WEEKS

AWS Certified Solution Architect

4 WEEKS

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.

DAMIEN TYLER
Army Veteran, IT Pre-apprentice Data Center Technician Program

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