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Polk State Corporate College offers employer-based training courses in six-week boot camp sessions. The January 2019 session will run from Jan. 14 to Feb. 18 and the February 2019 session will run from Feb. 4 to March 8.




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To secure a spot for a boot camp session and one of the orientation sessions, contact Marta Clinger at mclinger@polk.edu or 863.297.1010 ext. 4676 or Shela Stewart-Lucas at sstewart-lucas@polk.edu or 863.297.1010 ext. 4680 prior to the orientation session you plan to attend.


The boot camps are accelerated versions of training offered through the Polk Partnership for Industrial Employment, which trains unemployed and underemployed individuals for high-skill, high-wage, high-demand jobs in the advanced manufacturing sector.


Boot camp participants earn MSSC Certified Production Technician (CPT), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 10, and Packaging Machinery Manufacturers Institute (PMMI) Mechanical Level I certifications, and may also earn up to 15 credit hours toward an Associate in Science in Engineering Technology degree. These certifications and training give participants a competitive edge when applying for jobs in the manufacturing field.


VA disability benefits come in the form of monthly compensation paid to veterans who are suffering from service-connected conditions. A service-connected condition is one that resulted from military service, whether at boot camp or deployed, as determined by VA. Specifically, entitlement to service connection requires the following:


Active duty service members cannot receive VA disability benefits while on active duty as they are not yet considered veterans. However, it is important to note that they can later receive benefits for events, injuries, and/or illnesses that occurred during any of the active duty circumstances described above (including boot camp). They can file for VA disability benefits 180 to 90 days prior to separation from service, or at any point following separation from service.


Again, service-connected compensation is available for all active duty injuries (including those that happened in boot camp) except those that resulted from willful misconduct or while AWOL (i.e. absent without official leave). Since you are considered to be on active duty for 24 hours a day, you can be service-connected for disabilities resulting from almost any type of accident or injury that occurs during that time, including:


As you're gearing up and planning for your summer camp program, have you considered how to include kids with challenging behaviors or disabilities? We invite you to consider disability inclusion as a top priority. Learn how to facilitate a welcoming, meaningful and inclusive summer camp program to support children of all abilities.


Nili Mathews, CTRS, is a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist with over 25 years of experience working with people with disabilities. She has a BA in Recreation and Leisure Studies with an emphasis in Therapy. Nili has worked in physical rehabilitation, mental health, residential camping and community recreation. Nili was the second hire at the pilot program at the Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center, which later became Kids Included Together, she has remained dedicated to the KIT mission ever since.


Our main campus is located in Demorest, Georgia, just minutes from the North Georgia mountains and all the beauty and adventure they offer. At Piedmont, students find a campus community that becomes a second family with plenty of ways to connect and get involved.


Our Carlson Gracie Team Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu program is taught by top notch instructors (4 black belts, 1 brown belt), with direct communication and training from Carlson Gracie Jr. We travel around the world, compete, host camps & seminars and share our years of bjj gi and no gi experience. Read More >


Involved with martial arts & wrestling since age 11, Nicholas has long been an advocate for personal fitness. He is a graduate of Walton Verona High School and a Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps. Upon graduating boot camp, he earned the Iron Man Award- presented to the Marine with the highest degree of fitness and endurance. Furthermore, he has won several Muay Thai, Kickboxing, & Jiu Jitsu awards. Having trained under world class coaches and with professional athletes, he brings the same degree of excellence to Triple Crown Athletic. Certifications: CrossFit Level 2, NASM Nutrition Certified, Striking, USA Powerlifting, USA Weightlfting, Pain-Free Performance Specialist & Advanced Strength Coach.


Technology changes quickly, which can cause traditional postsecondary programs to lag behind new trends and innovations. Coding and networking bootcamps aim to minimize the skills gap with condensed and focused training that allows students to pursue entry-level jobs, develop specializations, or advance their careers.


Networking bootcamps vary in their structure and content. Some may take a comprehensive approach and examine the fundamentals of networking, security, and troubleshooting. Other programs focus on advanced or specialized networking skills or explore specific vendor technologies.


Program formats also vary considerably. According to a 2019 research report from the Research Triangle Institute (RTI), the average bootcamp length is 16.5 weeks. Approximately 73% of bootcamps run in-person classes only, 15% occur exclusively online, 31% take place only on a full-time basis, and 28% run part time only.


Networking bootcamps provide a fast-tracked alternative to associate or bachelor's degrees. Bootcamps reduce study times by omitting general education or training unrelated to networking. These programs also offer an alternative to general coding bootcamps, which cover the most applicable programming languages and web development skills.


The skills available in a networking bootcamp depend on the focus and level of the training. Here, we highlight areas these programs concentrate on. In addition to the more common abilities below, bootcamp students may also develop skills in server configuration, routing and switching, and network administration.


As with all training programs, networking bootcamp costs vary significantly among providers based on length, level, and location. According to RTI's research report, the median bootcamp price in 2019 was $11,900. For full-time students, that amounts to a median weekly price of $1,050.


Return on investment varies, too. In addition to the training, technology, and course materials, some learners can access high-quality teachers and facilities, individualized support, vendor-specific training, and career services assistance. Bootcamp participants should also look for extra costs, such as application fees, book costs, and vendor subscriptions.


While costs can seem high, many networking bootcamps offer payment options, such as upfront discounts, deferred tuition plans, and income-sharing agreements. Many programs offer financial aid programs, and some even offer job guarantees.


Networking bootcamps can open the door to many computer science and IT careers. Depending on their previous training and experience, bootcamp graduates can pursue entry-level careers or advance into roles with more responsibility. Even for roles that prefer applicants with bachelor's degrees, some employers may hire bootcamp graduates who possess the appropriate skills.


Network architects design and build networks for organizations, ensuring they satisfy their needs and fit within their budget. Professional duties may involve upgrading networking devices and integrating new security systems. Network bootcamp graduates may need additional computer science or business training to qualify for employment.


These analysts evaluate organizations' network security needs. They perform risk and vulnerability assessments, monitor suspicious activities, and help organizations implement new security practices. Network bootcamp graduates may need additional credentials for employment, such as a degree or certification.


Systems analysts help organizations enhance network performance. They review system operations and practices, discuss system budgets and goals with management, and design or research solutions and upgrades to improve IT efficiencies and outcomes. Network bootcamp graduates may need computer science or business training for employment in some organizations.


These professionals oversee organizations' daily network activities, including usage and security, troubleshooting issues, and assessing performance. They manage software licenses, technology upgrades, and user training efforts. Network bootcamp graduates may need additional training or experience, depending on network and organization size.


Computer systems managers handle IT activities and operations within organizations. They handle IT staffing, projects, systems, and vendor contracts. For positions in some organizations, a network bootcamp graduate may need a bachelor's degree in computer science or extensive experience.


While completing a networking bootcamp may suffice for some employers, these programs can also complement traditional degrees. Bootcamps can also help degree-holders develop a networking specialization or vendor-specific expertise.


Coding Dojo offers lifetime career support to bootcamp graduates. Mentors help students create a resume, portfolio, and LinkedIn profile. Students also receive interview preparation and job application advice.


As part of the tuition, students receive a voucher to pursue the CompTIA security+ certification. The bootcamp also provides a certified professional credential to enrollees who sit for an additional 24-hour lab exam.


Savvy Coders works to make flexible, quality bootcamps accessible to everyone. The organization partners with nonprofit organizations and aims to train people who are traditionally underrepresented in tech.


Yes. Networking bootcamps provide worthwhile training for aspiring computer professionals who want to gain quick access to the IT field, further develop their skills, or pursue more advanced IT positions. 041b061a72


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