Academy of Computer Education Adds CISSP and ITIL Certification Courses to its Computer Training Center
August 10, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsGreenbelt, MD, August 10, 2007—The Academy of Computer Education (ACE), a computer training center offering courses for in-demand computer certifications like MCSE and CCNA, now offers classes in CISSP and ITIL for IT corporate professionals. The courses demonstrate the range of classes available at ACE (http://www.trainace.com/) as one course is an introduction to ITIL and the other is the highest level available training to IT Security professionals with experience in the field.
The introductory-level course, ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure Library) Foundations, is for IT professionals in companies, government and other organizations. Designed for professionals responsible for application-based IT services and infrastructure-based IT services, the class covers how to implement ITIL practices. The training (http://www.trainace.com/courses/itil.asp) goes over ITILís five processes, ITIL terminology, an ITIL compatible Service Desk, IT Service Management practices, and need-to-know information for the ITIL Foundation Certificate exam.
The CISSP (Certified Information Security Professional) is the highest certification available to IT Security professionals. The course (http://www.trainace.com/courses/cissp.asp) covers ten topics on the CISSP certification exam including: access control systems & methodology; applications & systems development; business continuity planning; cryptography; law, investigation & ethics; operations security; physical security; security architecture & models; security management practices; and telecommunications, network & internet security.
In addition to corporate training for professionals looking to advance in the IT field, ACE also offers open enrollment training services, government training and programs approved for veterans. Convenient to residents in Maryland, DC and Virginia, ACE prepares students for entry and growth in the IT field as well as for earning the IT certifications employers are looking for.