IT Professionals Head Back to School with Spiceworks University

by Richard on August 19, 2011

Spiceworks, Inc., the world’s largest social network for IT, today announced the new Spiceworks University class schedule offered in 38 different cities across Europe and the U.S. The IT education program is designed to bring in-person technology and business management training to local markets around the world, while helping IT professionals leverage their expertise to build their own successful training and consulting businesses based on the Spiceworks University curriculum.

“The Spiceworks community has always relied on the collective know-how of its 1.5 million IT professionals to better manage everything IT,” said Nicole Tanzillo, head of Spiceworks University. “With Spiceworks University, we’re tapping into this expertise to bring the best IT training to every corner of the world.”

Current classes available in the Spiceworks University course catalog include: Spiceworks 101: “Spiceworks Fundamentals,” Spiceworks 201: “Inventory Deep Dive,” and Spiceworks 202: “Help Desk Deep Dive.” Additional courses are being developed to cover all aspects of IT management – from cloud management to virtualization.

Spiceworks University course instructors – SpiceTrainers – are some of the most experienced Spiceworks users. With proven expertise in the IT field, certified SpiceTrainers earn money for course instruction, while expanding their local consulting and education businesses.

“The great thing about Spiceworks University is it has allowed me to share my IT knowledge, while building a lucrative training business,” said Grey Howe, certified SpiceTrainer. “It’s another example of how Spiceworks is tapping into the power of its community to help small and mid-sized businesses in new and exciting ways.”

To learn more about Spiceworks University classes or to become a certified SpiceTrainer, visit http://www.spiceworks.com/events/university/.

The Spiceworks social business network enables ‘Social IT’ by combining free network management, network monitoring and help desk software with a rapidly growing and active Facebook-like community of IT professionals. Organizations of all sizes use Spiceworks to discover, buy and manage technology in a social way.

For more information on Spiceworks, visit http://www.spiceworks.com.

 

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