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Cybersecurity Academy Information Session

Interested in a career in Cybersecurity or Cisco? Join us for an information session to discuss how you can be a defender against cyber hackers or to create and maintain a computer network.

Information technology (IT) is a growing component of many different industries in Spokane, WA. Computer and mathematical occupations can be found at firms in virtually all industries. This occupation group has a total employment of 4,631 people in Spokane County, with an average wage of $72,400. Computer and mathematical occupations are also adding new jobs at a projected growth rate of 1.2% annually, which is double the projected new job growth rate of the overall Spokane economy (0.6% annually). Approximately 1,110 total job openings are projected over the next three years across all computer and mathematical occupations.

Building a robust IT workforce will be necessary to fulfill broad occupational demand from existing local firms, as well as to help attract new businesses to locate in the area.

The Center for Workforce and Continuing Education is excited to announce the launch of the Cisco Academy as a new, short-term training option and the continued pathway for CompTIA Cybersecurity certification pathway. Getting you the certifications you need to get out into the field working in this growing sector. Join us for an information session on December 17th to launch your new career in Information Technology!

Session 1

When: Monday, December 17, 2018

Where: Spokane Falls Community College, Building 18

Time: 2:30 pm-3:30 pm

Session 2

When: Monday, December 17, 2018

Where: Spokane Community Colleges, Building 1, Room 1-121

Time: 5:30-6:30 pm

Light refreshments will be provided.

After the information session, stick around to meet the instructors one-on-one. Additionally, information on funding will be available at the session. For more information, visit our website. Classes in both Cisco and Cybersecurity starting January 8.

Source for area statistics: Spokane Workforce Council