RIT/NTID offers IT training, certification for deaf, hard-of-hearing learners

RIT/NTID offers IT training, certification for deaf, hard-of-hearing learners

RIT/NTID offers IT training, certification for deaf, hard-of-hearing learners

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By:Andrea DeckertJanuary 27, 2022

The DeafTEC Resource Center at Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf is partnering with information technology industry certification provider CompTIA to offer a full-time, 10-week hands-on training course at no cost for deaf and hard-of-hearing adult learners.CompTIA A+ is the industry standard for establishing a career in IT and is the preferred qualifying credential for technical support. Offered in person on RIT’s ...Complete access to news articles on rbj.net is available to Rochester Business Journal's subscribers who are logged in. Subscribers may login at the login tab below. Others may join our audience with a subscription today.Print & Digital1 Year$129.00----------2 Year$199----------3 Year$289 Digital Edition1 Year$99.00----------2 Year$169Print & Digital1 Year$129----------2 Year$199----------3 Year$289 Digital Edition1 Year$99.00----------2 Year$169Print & Digital1 Year$99.00----------2 Year$199----------3 Year$289----------Digital Edition1 Year$99.00----------2 Year$169

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11:05 am Thu, January 27, 2022 Rochester Business JournalAndrea Deckert

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