LeaderQuest Announces "Elevate Colorado" IT Training Program
"More than 40 percent of survey respondents report that
their Microsoft Certification was a factor in improving their
ability to find or keep a job and/or get a promotion."
In a press release issued January 26, 2010 by Governor Bill
Ritter, "Microsoft® Elevate America" was
announced. This program will give out Vouchers for Microsoft
online training to individuals to develop basic skills to address
many of today's job requirements.
LeaderQuest knows this to be true so it is announcing its new
"Elevate Colorado" IT Jobs Program for Colorado. George
Cohlmia, CEO at LeaderQuest says, "We believe that the Elevate
America program for Colorado is great step for establishing
foundation-level skills, and we are incorporating additional
elements critical for acquiring a job in today's marketplace".
Through our "Elevate Colorado" program, LeaderQuest is
providing, any student with a WIA Training Voucher for
any of our technical training courses, local training and career
placement services not addressed in the Microsoft Elevate America
Program. This includes:
- Access to world-class certified expert instructors via our
local training facilities.
- Free course books that can be used for reference before job
interviews as well as on-the-job.
- Ability to interact with our certified experts on a 24x7
- Ability to re-sit the course or re-view online courses free for
- Vouchers for 8 FREE Instructor-led Microsoft Office courses at
LeaderQuest's facilities including two levels of Word, PowerPoint,
Excel and Outlook for Office 2007.
- Detailed technical certification pre-test assessments.
- Pre-paid certification exams for the most popular
certifications such as: MCTIP, MCSE, MCDBA, MCDST not included with
the Microsoft Program.
- Free attendance to our Career Workshops
- Free Resume Review by our Career Consultants
- Free Career Placement Services, where we work to get you the
job with a 80% placement rate over time
LeaderQuest has provided over 10,000 Instructor-led courses to
students in the Denver and Colorado Springs areas and wants to
contribute to getting everyone back to work in the Colorado IT
 Redmond Magazine 2006 survey of Microsoft IT professionals'
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