Why choose New Horizons to help you get your IT Training grant?
We are the WIOA experts for Hillsborough County, which means we can walk you through the process to help you get approved in a timely manner. If you are unemployed you might qualify for this grant. if you do, the grant pays for everything–the class, course-ware, labs, practice exams and even the exam voucher is covered. New Horizons is the world’s largest independent training company with over 300 locations in 70 countries. In Central Florida alone, we work with over 3,000 employers who use us to do their training in IT, Project Management, Cyber-Security and more. Many of these companies now recruit from us so we have contracted with a staffing firm to work with you to help you get placed. This is a jobs program–the whole purpose is to help you get back to work as soon as possible in a rewarding career. The training itself is short but intense so we can go to work as quickly as possible to help you get placed. There is no cost to you if you qualify so call today at 813-387-3503.
Why Dewey McGuirk?
I bring over 20 years experience in education to help you not only get approved for the WIOA grant, but to help you choose the right career path based on your skills and experience and match that to the best opportunities in the local job market. I walk you through all the steps to help you get approved in a timely manner so we can go to work to help you get trained, certified and then help with job placement.
From one of the people I helped:
Mr. McGuirk was very instrumental in helping me determine my educational path. I gave him my list of career and training objectives. He charted my options and identified advantages for each course available. He also explained career potential for each class. His guidance contributed to my finding my new job. (Thank you! Thank you!)
We also service the following areas close by:
Clayton, Brandon Gardens, Dixons, Brandon Oak Grove Estates, Brandon Estates, Buckingham Place, Parkland, Oakbriar, Brandon Lake Park, Plantation Estates