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Live Virtual Training at Centriq

Live Virtual Training at Centriq

April 12, 2020 in Centriq News, Corporate IT Training, IT Career Program / by Ted Parker

WhAT IS LIVE VIRTUAL TRAINING: sAFE SOCIAL DISTANCING AT cENTRIQ

 

With the health and safety of our students and employee team being of utmost importance – and in compliance with government directives – Centriq Training has transitioned its entire operations to a “Work from Home” workforce. All classes, all operations and all sales functions at Centriq are temporarily 100% virtual (or remote). In fact, all our classes have been Live Virtual Training since March 9. (Read about Centriq’s Response to COVID-19). This applies to both our Corporate Training division and our IT Career Training division.

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Featured Networking Student for April 2020

Featured Networking Student for April 2020

April 10, 2020 in Featured Students / by Samantha Hollingsworth

JOSHUA FIERBAUGH

Joshua Fierbaugh Featured Student
Bio

I’m originally from West Virginia but moved to Kansas City seven years ago. I have a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering and 7 years of experience in IT. I started out as tech support representative for Frontier Communications when I lived in West Virginia. When I came to Kansas City, I was a Quality Assurance Tester with USDA.

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Featured Developer Student for April 2020

Featured Developer Student for April 2020

April 3, 2020 in Featured Students / by Samantha Hollingsworth

ABIGAYLE WILLIS

Abigayle Willis Featured Student

BIO

My name is Abigayle Willis I am a receptionist/swim teacher turned web developer. I have always loved math and science but really wanted to work in a field where I was able to interact with people on a regular basis. Web development feels like a perfect fit because of the logic element I enjoyed from math, the constant changes and new things to learn, and the teamwork element my extrovertedness prefers.

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Featured Networking Student for March 2020

Featured Networking Student for March 2020

March 13, 2020 in Featured Students / by Samantha Hollingsworth

Jajuan Elias

Jajuan Elias Featured Student
Bio

I’m a 5-year US Navy veteran, where I was a supervisor and specialized in driving Search and Rescue/Maritime Interdiction boats. Post-Navy, I went on to obtain my bachelor’s in Criminal Justice at the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV). Currently, I am an ATM Technician, replenishing and ATMs and troubleshooting malfunctions.

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Featured Developer Student for March 2020

Featured Developer Student for March 2020

March 6, 2020 in Featured Students / by Samantha Hollingsworth

Keagan Huntsman

Keagan Huntsman Featured Student

BIO

I grew up in Kansas City and I have spent most of my adult life working in the food industry, in the same restaurant, for seven years. I learned all the positions and went from server to head-line cook, where I learned every facet of the business, got to meet all kinds of people, and learn how to cook which had always been an interest of mine.

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PowerShell Training: Scripting the Base of Your IT Knowledge

PowerShell Training: Scripting the Base of Your IT Knowledge

March 4, 2020 in Corporate IT Training, Microsoft / by Alison Chludzinski

PowerShell Training: Scripting the Base of Your IT Knowledge

 

Windows PowerShell is no longer considered an elective class for IT professionals. Now, every Microsoft class related to Job Task Analysis (JTA) training assumes you already have the basic comprehension of PowerShell scripting. If you haven’t taken the Automating Administration with Windows PowerShell (MS-10961) class at this point in your IT career, now is the time to enroll.

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50+ Ways to Love Your Office 365

50+ Ways to Love Your Office 365

March 3, 2020 in Microsoft 365/Office 365, Corporate IT Training / by Craig Gerdes

50+ Ways to Love Your Office 365
(Or 50+ Ways O365 Apps Integrate with Each Other)

 

Office 365 apps can be cleverly integrated and embedded with each other giving you the following benefits:

  • Greater overall adoption of more Office 365 apps
  • Improved personal efficiency and usability
  • Increased value as features of one app are extended to another app

Some apps are connected automatically while others need to be initiated by the user. Using the full power of the Office 365 suite of applications is the way to go!

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SharePoint Online: Get to know the Sites

SharePoint Online: Get to know the Sites

February 20, 2020 in Microsoft 365/Office 365, Corporate IT Training, Microsoft Office, Microsoft / by Alison Chludzinski

Your company intranet doesn’t have to be a black hole of everyone’s projects and information. By using SharePoint Online, you can tailor each user’s experience by creating sites that best suit each user’s needs. Not sure where to start? Take a look at these four commonly used sites and how they can streamline your internal communications.

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Featured Networking Student for February 2020

Featured Networking Student for February 2020

February 14, 2020 in Featured Students / by Samantha Hollingsworth

Laura Fornal

Laura Fornal Featured Student
Bio

Before my time here at Centriq, I spent 4 years at Rockhurst University obtaining a bachelor’s degree. I have worked in various positions at eye care centers around Kansas City since graduating, but I have always been interested in technology. From building a gaming-centered computer to running a Windows-based web server and working with HTML to build a website featuring my artwork.

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