Printable Version (Click Here)

Achieve Immediate Results - We Provide Classroom Quality Control and Fast-Track Training.

 

"Last Chance For The Exec"

Introduction Training Courses

The Internet has changed the marketplace, how we function, operate, advertise, and communicate in our daily lives. Computer literacy, computer experience, and effective communication are the minimum requirements for employment, career advancement, and to be business-effective in today's marketplace. Don't be classified as "Missing In Action" in the 21st Century by not knowing how to do tasks on your computer or how to plan your money wisely when purchasing one.

Courses #311, #312, #313, and #323 (listed below) are for those of you who want to become more computer-literate, learn to complete tasks on a computer more effectively and time-efficiently, advance your business skills, and learn the basics of effective computer security.

Course #311

"Computer Literacy, Terminology, and Purchasing"

Who Should Enroll? Anyone who has a computer or plans to purchase one.  ($ Enoll Now #311)

Enrollment Benefits:   

1) Improve your computer literacy and vocabulary for new employment opportunities, career advancement, re-entry into the business marketplace, to sustain your employment or to advance yourself for other ventures.

2) Learn how to make informed and wiser technology-based decisions instead of guessing or depending upon someone else's opinionLearn why it is not wise to purchase technology just on price alone. Learn how to make your technology purchases last longer.

3) Learn
the necessary computer terminology that is vital for you to operate the computer effectively and time-efficiently.

4) Decrease the "Communication Gaps" between you and:
    a) Computer technical support individuals.
    b) Those soliciting technical products to you.
    c) Clients, prospects, and/or technical hiring manager(s).       

Course #312

"Time-Efficient Systematic Computer Maneuvering"

Have you ever asked a computer professional how they manuever on a computer without using a manual? They seem to make it look so easy, right? What do they know that you don't?   Prerequisite: Course #311.

Who Should Enrol
l? Everyone who answered yes to any question listed above.  ($ Enroll Now #312)

Enrollment Benefits:

1) Learn our “systematic” computer maneuvering and operational techniques that are essential for using Microsoft products on Windows and/or Apple computers.

2) Learn to become more productive and time-efficient by utilizing both the computer terminology learned in Course #311 and the techniques in this course.

3) Learn the Microsoft Windows Operating System (i.e, W7, Vista, XP, 2000, 98, etc) or the Apple MAC Operating System and how it functions with other computer software applications to perform targeted tasks.

4) Learn the purpose of the functions included on your computer and how to use them effectively & time-efficiently.

5) Learn the important computer software "Rules of Thumb" to avoid frustration and project time delays.

Course #313

"Maneuvering, Troubleshooting, and Organizing"

Have you ever gotten frustrated when your computer and/or its connected devices don't work? Can you diagnose or solve the problem by yourself or do you have to call someone else to help you? Continue to utilize the terminology and technical skills previously learned in Courses #311 and #312. Learn how to advance your computer technical skills and how to organize the information (data) on your computer. Prerequisites: #311 and #312.

Who Should Enroll? Everyone. ($ Enroll Now #313)

Enrollment Benefits:

1) Learn
computer technical skills to eliminate or decrease customer service/support calls you place to software/hardware vendors or to your company's internal support help desk.

2) Learn intermediate hardware and software troubleshooting techniques to use for timely results for solving problems with your computer system and connected devices to it.

3) Learn more advanced steps to visually modify and effectively manuever on your computer desktop (i.e., color, size, layout, time, etc.).

4) Learn
how to save/store, organize, retrieve, and backup information on your computer effectively and timely.

5) Learn
how to effectively install single-user computer programs on your computer and how to answer the questions that you are posed with upon the each installation process.

Course #315

"Computer Literacy, Terminology, and Purchasing for Parents"

Who Should Enroll? This training course is a must for any family adult or parent who has a computer or plans to purchase one.  ($ Enroll Now #315)

Enrollment Benefits:

1) Improve your computer literacy and vocabulary to improve your parenting skills, improve your technical communication skills with others, to update your skills to re-entry into the business marketplace or start a home-based business.

2) Learn how to make informed and wiser technology-based decisions instead of guessing or depending upon someone else's opinionLearn why it is not wise to purchase technology just on price alone and how to make your technology last longer.

3) Learn
the necessary computer terminology that is vital for you to operate the computer effectively and time-efficiently.

4) Decrease the "Communication Gaps" between you and:
    a) Computer technical support individuals.
    b) Those soliciting technical products to you.
    c) Clients, prospects, and/or technical hiring manager(s).

Courses #391-#396

Introduction To Project Management

Learn How To Be Effective and Successful in Managing Projects (technical and non-technical) and People. Each course will include pertinent business and technical information that is applicable to the type of project you are looking to manage. These are certified classes that are taught by established and experienced Project Managers who have held prior senior executive and technical management positions. Prerequisites: #311, #312, #313.

Course #391 - Extranet Project Management
Course #392 - Business Project Management
Course #393 - Network Project Management
Course #395 - Training Project Management
Course #396 - Business Culture Change Management

Enrollment Benefits:

Learn how to use Microsoft Project as a management tool.

Learn
Project Management Terminology.

Learn how to Define a Project.

Learn how to Organize a Project.

Learn how to Develop & Administer a Work Plan, Develop Time Tables, and Design/Develop Report Formats.

Learn
how to Assign & Allocate Project Resources, Develop Project Assignments, and Develop Tracking Mechanics.

Learn
about Business and Technical Obstacles in Project Management, Trouble-Shooting, Analysis, and Documentation Styles.

Learn
how business culture, reorganizations, down-sizing, resignations, and retirement affect projects and how to plan to manage that culture hange.

Courses (#382 - #385)

Time and Contact Management

Time and Contact Management Software will allow you to formally organize your daily, weekly, and monthly time schedules. Learn How to Document and Keep Track of Your Important Business and/or Personal Contacts (i.e., Customers, Vendors, Friends, Relatives, etc.). This software also allows you to identify telemarketing and sales performance through its different reports. Prerequisites: #311, #312, #313.

(Course #382) Introduction To Microsoft Outlook
(Course #383) Introduction To ACT
(Course #384) Introduction To Lotus Organizer
(Course #385) Introduction To Goldmine

Enrollment Benefits:

Learn Time and Contact Management Computer Software.

Learn How To Plan and Organize Your Daily Schedule.

Learn How to Search.

Learn How to Input, Categorize, and Update Contacts.

Learn How to Utilize the Telemarketing Features included in this category of computer software.

Learn How to Track Results and Work Performed by Creating and Printing Reports included in the software.

Learn How to Utilize the Web Software Features.

Learn How to Integrate other computer applications with these products.

Course #351 - Introduction to Microsoft Word

Prerequisites: #311, #312, and #313.

Enrollment Benefits:

Learn
How To Use Word Processing Software. This program will allow you to create letters, contracts, marketing literature, forms, etc.

Learn how to create, edit, view, insert, format, save, and retrieve a word processing document.

Learn how to utilize the menu bar, dialog boxes, toolbar, and ruler.

Learn
how to retrieve the Help Screens.

Learn
and utilize the numerous icons and tools included in this application.

Learn
how to utilize the spell and grammar checking features.

Learn how to cut, paste, and copy items in your document.

Learn
how to create and edit headers, footers, tabs, pagination, page #’s, auto text, and auto correct.

Learn
how to utilize features such as bullets, indentation, framing, etc.

 Course #352 - Introduction to WordPerfect

Prerequisites: #311, #312, and #313.

Enrollment Benefits:

Learn How To Use Word Processing Software. This program will allow you to create letters, contracts, marketing literature, forms, etc.

Learn WordPerfect terminology, and create, save, and close a document.

Learn to open and edit a document by using the mouse, keyboard, and menu choices.

Learn to change the appearance of a document by adding formatting and changing fonts, and work with the Reveal Codes window.

Learn to modify text in a document by replacing text, reversing the last change made to a document, and copying or moving text to a new location.

Learn to change paragraphs by creating and removing paragraph indents, changing the justification of the text, and setting the line spacing for the document.

Learn to set tabs by using the Ruler Bar, and create, modify, and format a table.

Learn to insert and delete manual page breaks and create headers and footers in a document.

Learn to check a document for potential errors by using the Spell Checker, identify alternate words by using the Thesaurus, and correct common typing errors by using QuickCorrect.

Course #314

"Computers and Photography using Digital Camaras"

This course is taught on a customized One-On-One pre-scheduled basis. Prerequisites: #311 and #312.

The enrollment benefits to this course are that you will learn how to effective use your camera and/or video camera with your computer.

Course #320

"Introduction To Internet Business Planning"

Do you have a business? Are you looking to start a new business? Are you a Realtor or a Real Estate Broker? Do you have any ideas or current business plans to promote your business products and/or services locally, nationally, or worldwide? Do you understand the power of the Internet, E-Commerce, and Extranets in today's marketplace?

This course will help individuals and business owners who want to market, advertise, and sell products/services over the Internet that result in positive business/finacial results.

Enrollment Benefits:

1) Learn the types of business monetary investments that are necessary to build and maintain an effective web site.

2) Learn about Marketing and Advertising Plans.

3) Learn about Intranets and Extranets.

4) Learn the steps to implement Internet Technology Vehicles into your business and budget plans?

5) Learn how to improve the "turn-around" time it takes for your customers to pay you.

6) Learn about Return On Investment (ROI) Plans?

7) Learn how to evaluate web sites.

8) Learn how to differentiate between web hosting plans, email options, Internent-based marketing/advertisement options, web design services, and business data security.

Course #322

“Identify, Plan, and Improve Your $NET”

This is a Business Process Management Information Security Course. Data Securirty Breaches happen every day to many companies regardless of their size or location. It is the the responsibility of the company's management to put a proactive effective plan in place to protect the company's assets, employee/client data, financials, operations, and trade secrets.  This course will provide you a "road-map" that you can customize for each company's departmental requirements.

How quickly can you effectively identify, use, and/or recover the electronic data on the computers of your employees, contractors, and vendors after they:                                                                                     a) Resign from your company and work for competitors?
b) Resign from your company and start their own company?
c) Take a Leave of Absence or a Maternity Leave?                                     d) Take their Vacation Time?
e) Retire or Get Terminated?
f) Finish their assigend projects?                                                                  g) Get promoted
into other departments/divisions within the company.                              

Who Should Enroll? Executives, Directors, Managers, Business Owners, and those who want to advance their careers. (Enroll Now #322)

Enrollment Benefits 

1) Learn which popular computer software products promote lost data and how that equates to a decrease in business profits and security breaches.

2) Learn and Retain Effective Business Security Vocabulary required in today’s marketplace.

3) Learn How to Implement New Business and Operational Process Methodologies and Techniques that will Improve Business Profits, Decrease Operational Expenditures, Improve The Identification & Security of your Company's Electronic Data, and Improve your Business Technology ROI.

4) Learn How to Increase Employee Performance by implementing effective technology-related communication techniques between your company’s non-technical computer users, technical support departments, staff, and vendors.

5) Learn How to Plan and Improve Data Security regarding computer users, business software applications, email, working with vendors and contractors, etc.

 

Course #361

"Business Forecasting & Financial Planning - MS Excel"

Learn how to advance your career path into Sales Management, Finance, Information Technology Management, Executive Support, or Business Management by enrolling in our "fast-track" training courses that will provide you an advancement option rather than pursuing another college degree that costs more money and time. You will learn industry terminology to use in business and in job interviews. Our training courses are taught by those who have accomplished similar goals and who have the business knowledge, insight, and experience required. This course will technically train you how to use this software application as a tool to create spreadsheets and forecasting models that are used in planning, budgets, financial applications, sales, and inventory management. Prerequisites: #311, #312, #313 Recommended Courses: #363, #364, and #901.

Enrollment Benefits:

Learn how to create, save, and retrieve spreadsheets.

Learn
how to insert, delete, copy, and move both rows andcolumns.

Learn
to customize workspace and work with formulas, constants, and objects.

Learn about help keys, styles, and the toolbar.

Learn how to format cell contents.

Learn document enhancements, data series, and relative vs. absolute copying.

Learn to create “templates, arrange workbook windows, linkspreadsheets, and group editing.

Course #362

"Proformas & Macros - MS Excel"

Prerequisites: #311, #312, #313, and #361

This is a continuation of Course #361. Additional business terminology will be provided from those experience in business, accounting, and finance. Enrollees will learn more advanced technical skill required in designing, developing, and testing proformas and macros.

Enrollment Benefits:

Learn How To Create Workbooks and Proformas that are used in Budget Planning, Business Projections, BusinessFinancing, Financial and Accounting Application Processes, Sales Management and Forecasting, and Inventory Control.

Learn about Macros and how they are used in business and how they can be implemented with other business software applications. Learn the basics on how to design, develop, and test Macros.

Course #363

"Introduction To Business Credit and Finance"

Enrollment Benefits

Learn how to expand your business with the proper and effective business financing and credit tools.

Learn the importance of Business Credit and how to establish it.

Learn the effective finance terminology and how to use when you are speaking to an executive or representative from a financial institution for business loans, business lines, investors, etc.

Learn about the available business financing options available in the marketplace and how to evaluate which option(s) best match your company's requirements.

Learn about the "backside" of your business banking/financing decision(s) prior to making them solidified. In other words, learn about things that can happen after you finance which most lending institutions and their representative won't tell you before you sign their binding contracts.

Learn how to be more "saavy" regarding business finance and how to develop or prepare a "Proactive Disaster/Recovering Finance Plan" for your business.

Learn about your legal and privacy rights prior to selecting a financing institution and disclosing your personal information that are protected by state and federal laws.

Learn how to communicate more effectively to others, in regards to, your company, its officers, and shareholders with regards to finance, accounting, and the business operations.

Courses #364

"Introduction To Business Operations Planning"

Enrollment Benefits:

Learn how to expand a business proactively with the important mechanics required for long-term success.

Learn about Human Resouces Planning. Topics will include State Labor Employement Laws, the EDD, Defining Company Policies & Procedures, and Staff Recruitment/Hiring.

Learn how to qualify, assess, and select Legal and Accounting Professionals.

Learn how to plan for operational growth, vendor selection(s), and company security.

Learn about business insurance options, corporate structure options, and business state and city licences.

Course #371

Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint

Prerequisites: #311, #312, #313.

Enrollment Benefits:

Learn How To Create Formal Presentations for Business and Personal Purposes

Learn about vocabulary and how to design/modify/save a formal presentation (create, open, view, edit).

Learn
the different presentation layouts available.

Learn
how to insert objects and graphs.

Learn how to create templates and slide shows.

Learn
how to use the spelling checker and the printing features.

Learn
about custom toolbars, importing, and exporting Learn about video, viewer, sound, graphics, and color.

Course #372

"Effective Professional Business Presentations"

Prerequisites: #311, #312, #313, and #371.

This course will utilize technical skills learned in Course #371 and train you on additional intermediate/advanced technical and business style techniques using Microsoft PowerPoint.

Enrollment Benefits:

Learn different business presentation styles to implement within your company that are tailored to different industies.

Learn of additional presentation tools and products that will enhance your resentations for your business.

Learn
how to automate your presentations.

Learn how to implement animation into your presentations.

Learn about color usage, graphics implementation, corporate image, and sales/marketing/financial business techniques to implement into your presentations to be effective and conclusive.

Learn
the presentation business "rules of thumb" to follow for success.

Learn the business mechanics to implement within your presentations and how that equates to improved sales, profits, and audience attendance.

Courses #901

"Introduction To Marketing and Sales Planning"

Enrollment Benefits:

Learn how to grow a business with a defined and documented "roadmap".

Learn how to project an effective business image into the marketplace.

Learn the difference between advertising, marketing, and sales.

Learn how to grow a business with a defined and documented "roadmap".

Learn how to develop your Business Mission Statement and "Elevator Talk".

Learn about Marketing Plans, Research and Product Positioning.

Learn about Advertising Plans and the different Advertisment Options.

Learn
about Sales Plans & Forecasting.

Learn about NDA's and Proprietory Business Planning.

Courses #902

"Sales Qualifying and Business Negotiation"

Enrollment Benefits:

Learn
about Time Managment for effective and conclusive business results.

Learn how to qualify and differentiate a prospect from a potential client

Learn about the effective sales tools that aid in important business decisions.

Learn
how to improve your business communication for the targeted audience(s).

Learn about canvassing, telemarketing styles, and effective presentation skills.

Learn the guidelines on how to effectively negotiate contracts with different audiences for different business purposes.

Learn how to negotiate and amend existing "one-sided" business contracts to become a "win-win" business contracts and build long-term business relationships.

Courses (#341-#343)

"Introduction To “Surfing” The Internet"

Learn How To “Surf The Internet” using computer software called a WebBrowser. Prerequisites: Course #311, Course #312, and Course #313.

Google Chrome Internet Browser (Course #341)

Learn about Google Chrome browser and how to log into Google to set up an account. Learn how to “Surf The Internet”, Use Help Functions, Bookmarks, and Identify or Utilize Search Engines and their Capabilities. Learn how to ownload Files, Receive and Send Email, Unzip Files, and Set Communicator Preferences. Learn why setting up your Internet Security is important. Learn what other Email product options are available.

Microsoft Internet Explorer Edge Browser (Course #342)

This course includes an Overview of Internet Explorer Edge and Outlook Express (Email Only). Learn how to “Surf The Internet”, Use Help Functions, Bookmarks, and Identify Searching Methods. Learn How To Download Files, Receive Attachments, View Attachments, Manage Contacts, etc.

Mozilla Firefox (Course #343)

Learn how to “Surf The Internet”, Use Help Functions, Bookmarks, and Identify or Utilize Search Engines and their Capabilities. Learn how to ownload Files, Receive and Send Email, Unzip Files, and Set Communicator Preferences. Learn why setting up your Internet Security is important. Learn what other Email product options are available.

Safari Internet Browser (Course #344)

Learn how to “Surf The Internet”, Use Help Functions, Bookmarks, and Identify or Utilize Search Engines and their Capabilities. Learn how to Download Files, Receive and Send Email, Unzip Files, and Set Preferences. Learn why setting up your Internet Security is important. Learn what other Email product options are available.

 

Course #324

"Effective Computer Security - Intermediate"

Prerequisites: #311 or #315, #312, #313, #321, and #323

This Intermediate Seminar Course is part 4 of our Identity Theft Prevention Training Program.  We will provide you security updates to software tools available and tested, hardware security updates, business use issues, personal use issues, and noted vendor products.

 

Course (#325-#330)

"Effective Computer Security Software Installation"

This technical "hands-on" training course is part 3 of our Identity Theft Prevention Training Program. It is important for you to proactively learn what is necessary to prevent/reduce computer predators and "hackers" from harming your computer.  The ongoing attempts to seize your personal, family, amd business financial information/data will continue unless you take action.

Who Should Enroll? Anyone who has taken the suggested Prerequisite Courses: #311 or #315, #321, and #312.  (Enroll Now #325), (Enroll Now #326), (Enroll Now #327), (Enroll Now #328), (Enroll Now #329), (Enroll Now #330)

Enrollment Benefits: 

1) Learn how to effectively install your selected computer security software.

2) Learn how to set up each security software menu and its option(s) that are included with your software.

3) Learn how to set up the parental controls in your security software.

4) Learn how to implement your computer/technical security and options.

5) Learn the basic mechanics and daily/weekly steps required to keep your computer from being infected, attacked, and/or incur hardware damages.

Suggested Prerequisites: #311, #312, #323, and #321.

Course # 325 - Security Software - (1 PC)
Course # 326 - Security Software + Additional Security Tool - (1 PC)

Course # 327 - Security Software - (2 PCs)
Course # 328 - Security Software + Additional Security Tool - (2 PCs)  

Course # 329 - Security Software - (3 PCs)
Course # 330 - Security Software + Additional Security Tool - (3 PCs)

 

HOW TO ENROLL OR GET MORE INFORMATION

Telephone: (307) 773-0124 /(702) 785-7720, ext.1003

Enrollment: Enroll@CompBaseTraining.com

Inquiries: Training@CompBaseTraining.com

For Class Enrollment Forms (click on the "$" next to the course)

 


Identity Security - Course #321

“Learn Who Is Not Protecting Your Identity and Why”

Identity Security is your responsibility and your Economic Survival in the 21st Century.    This seminar will educate and empower you to know facts, options, and choices available to you to prevent and/or stop anyone from breaching your personal identity and personal data.

The Problem: In 2012, approximately 13 million people in the United States were reported as new victims of Identity Theft. Everyone and every business is subject to some form of Identity Theft. Many products do not address or even stop the real sources of the problem. Many companies keep you uninformed because they don't have the real solutions and/or knowledge. Many companies advertise their identity theft monitoring products to you for a recurring monthly purchase price but they do not solve the problem. Stop wasting your money.

Who Should Enroll? Everyone. ($ Enroll Now #321)

Enrollment Benefits:

1) Learn effective Identity Security Solutions verses the ineffective products offered in the marketplace by many companies and agencies who don't tell you what you need to know but instead misinform you.

2) Learn lifetime skills and knowledge to help you prevent and/or reduce the damages that can occur when one's identity becomes breached.  Those of you who are not a victim statistic yet, keep it this way and learn how to initiate your proactive defense.

3) Learn our "Identity Security Basics" and how to protect what is yours and used in the digital economy.

4) Learn how to protect your available legal constituional rights with respect to your personal identity and privacy. This seminar will educate and empower you to know facts, options, and choices available to you to prevent and/or stop anyone from breaching your personal identity and personal data.

5) Learn some "fast-track" remedies to take back the personal contol of your life, your financial data, and your economic existance for those of you who have had their identity exposed.

Course #323

"Introduction To Effective Computer Security"

Computer hackers and predators are virtual and everywhere!  This   course is Part 2 of our Identity Security Training Program.  In this digital age, it is your responsibility to have a proactive security plan for you, your family, and/or your business. This training course will empower you to make better technology decisions, enhancing your computer security vocabulary, improve your ability to understand, interpret, and communicate with others. Suggested Prerequisite Courses: #321.

Who Should Enroll? Everyone.  ($ Enroll Now #323)   

Enrollment Benefits: 
1 ) Learn
how to become insightful to protect your computer and secure its content (data), no matter if you are in your home or out in public.  

2) Learn the correct terminology of the many types of computer threats/attacks.  You will use this vocabulary throughout your lifetime because we are in the "digital age".  

3) Learn which Internet Security Solutions don't protect your computer(s) against computer predators and hackers.  There are differences in products and what you find in the store is not always your best choice. 

4) Learn  what Internet Service Providers (i.e., Cable, DSL, etc). do not provide you and why. 

5) Learn how to implement best security practices on any Social Networking web site and the importance of this topic.

CERTIFICATION COURSES

The following training courses are for those individuals who want to advance their skills and achieve the industry recognized certified credentials in Networks, Security, Risk Management, Audit, and Forensics. Upon selecting any of our Certified Training Courses, you can achieve the appropriate career path that can include: "Hands-On" Technical Security Certification, and Management Security Certification. Upon completing each course, you are required to enroll and pass the associated test(s), in rder to, receive your certification.

CERTIFICATIONS - Networks & Technology
Course #601 - MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer)
Course #602 - MCSA (Microsoft Certified Systems Admin.)
Course #603 - A+
Course #607 - CNE ( Certified Novell Engineer)
Course #608 - CNA (Certified Novell Administrator)

 

Course #700 & #700A

Certified Secure Software Life-Cycle Professional (CSSLP)

Completeing this course will provide you a competitive edge in the marketplace when pursing employment or advancing your career. This certified five (5) day training course details the best tools, techniques, and processes for security in the various stages of the SDLC.

Who Should Enroll? Anyone who in interested in advancing your technical software programming skills and/or career. You should have many years of experiance as an applications/database programmer.   Additional suggested skills would include two (2) years of professional network experience and/or a certification in either MCSE or Networking +.

($ Enroll Now #700) TBA: ($ Enroll Now #700A)

Enrollment Benefits:

1) Learn the exclusive Security Best Practices and Industry Standards in the Software Lifecycle.

2) Learn about the seven (7) domains and security measures overed:   

    a. Secure Software Concepts
    b. Secure Software Requirements
    c. Secure Software Design.  
    d. Secure Software Implementation/Coding/Development. 
    e. Secure Software Testing 
    f. Secure Acceptance                                                                                   g. Software Deployment, Operations, Maintenance, & Disposal.   

3) Learn how to deal with software vulnerabilities.

4) Learn when and where security issues are examined.

5) Learn which software stakeholder is responsible.

6) Learn what phase has the responsibility for security and how it is evaluated.

Course #701 & #701A

CompTIA Security +

This is a five (5) day course. This course and certification are the prerequisites for courses (#702-#703) and (#704-#706). To receive this certification, each attendee must enroll and pass the certification testing exam given at the appropriate testing facility.

Who Should Enroll? Anyone who has two (2) years of professional network experience and/or a certification in either MCSE or Networking +.

($ Enroll Now #701) or (Enroll Now #701A)

Enrollment Benefits:

1) Learn the foundation concepts and technologies for all of the fifteen (15) domains comprising the security fundamentals for the Security + Professional. Upon completing this course, you will gain the knowledge and learn a foundation skill level in the following.
  • Systems & Network Security Concepts
  • Secure Access To Systems & Networks
  • Evaluating Systems & Networks
  • Operational/Organizational Security
  • Cryptography

2) Provide the necessary information to help prepare the attendee for the required exam.

Course #702

Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)

This is a five (5) day course. This security training course is for those who wish to pursue the Management Career Path of Security. To receive this life-time professional certification, each student will be required to pass the SSCP exam. After completing this training course, you will then be required to register, pay, take, and pass the CISSP Exam. You have up to 1-year to take the exam. You can re-take the exam up to 3 times in that year and must fulfill the passing requirements to recieve this life-time professiona certification.

Who Should Enroll? Anyone who completed Course #701, has 3-5 years of professional experience in the computer security field, and basic knowledge of networking with other certifications (i.e., Net+, Security+, CCNA, CNA, or MCP).  

Enrollment Benefits: ($ Enroll Now #702)

1) Learn the foundation concepts and technologies of all ten (10) domains comprising the Common Base of Knowledge (CBK) fundamentals for the CISSP Professional.

2) Provide provide the necessary information to help prepare the attendee for the required exam.

Course #703 & #703A

Certified Information Security Manager (CISM)

This is a four (4) day training course that will further advance your managment skills and certification in security.  To receive this life-time professional certification, each student will be required to pass the CISM exam. After completing this training course, you will then be required to register, pay, take, and pass the CISM Exam. You have up to 1-year to take the exam. You can re-take the exam up to 3 times in that year and must fulfill the passing requirements to recieve this life-time professiona certification.

Who Should Enroll? Anyone who has completed Courses #701, Course #702, and has Network Security Experience. 

($ Enroll Now #703) or (Enroll Now #703A)

Enrollment Benefits:

1) Learn about the five (5) topics that include the following:

  • Information Security Governance Risk Management
  • Program Management
  • Incident Response Management
  • Information Security Management
  • Practice Exam, Review, and Exam Preparation

2) Provide the necessary information to help prepare the attendee for the required exam.

Course #704

Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP)

This is a five (5) day course. This is a Common Base of Knowledge (CBK) review training course for the common Information Assurance and Computer Security component training needs and requirements to prepare the attendee to take the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC2) SSCP examination.  To receive this life-time professional certification, each student will be required to pass the SSCP exam. After completing this training course, you will then be required to register, pay, take, and pass the SSCP Exam. You have up to 1-year to take the exam. You can re-take the exam up to 3 times in that year and must fulfill the passing requirements to recieve this life-time professiona certification.

Who Should Enroll? Anyone who has completed Courses #701 and has two (2) years of professional network experience and/or a certification in either MCSE or Networking +. 

($ Enroll Now #704)

Enrollment Benefits:

1) The ISC2 SSCP Certification is one of the few professional security certifications that will you to be able to attain the ISO/IEC 17024 status.

2) This course offers detailed training on the foundation concepts and technologies of all seven (7) domains comprising of the CBK fundamentals for the SSCP professional. These 7 domains include:

  • Access Control
  • Administration
  • Audit & Monitoring
  • Cryptography
  • Risk, Response, and Recovery
  • Data Communications
  • Malicious Code

3) This course will provide the necessary information to help prepare the attendee for the required exam.

Course #705 & #705A

Certified Risk& Information Systems Control (CRISC)

The CRISC, the four (4) day course, is the only certification that prepares and enables IT professionals for the unique challenges of IT and enterprise risk management, and positions them to become strategic partners to the enterprise.

Who Should Enroll? Anyone who has interest in getting the Certified Best Practices Security IT Risk/Audit credentials to enhance your career.

($ Enroll Now #705) or ($ Enroll Now #705A)

We provide a CRISC Domain Review training course for the common Risk Management and Computer Security Controls component training needs and requirements in preparation of the students to take the ISACA CRISC examination. The ISACA CRISC Certification is one of the few professional security certifications to attain ISO/IEC 17024 status.

The CRISC certification is very beneficial for the individuals who have risk management, risk response, information security controls or information security design-related work experience such as a practitioner, auditor, consultant, vendor, investigator or manager.

There are five (5) domains to the CRISC certification as follows:

1. Risk Identification, Assessment and Evaluation (31%): Identify assess and evaluate risk factors to enable the execution of the enterprise risk management strategy.

2. Risk Response (17%): Develop and implement risk responses to ensure that risk factors and events are addressed in a cost-effective manner and in line with business objectives.

3. Risk Monitoring (17%): Monitor risk and communicate information to the relevant stakeholders to ensure the continued effectiveness of the enterprise’s risk management strategy.

4. Information Systems Control Design and Implementation (17%): Design and implement information systems controls in alignment with the organization’s risk appetite and tolerance levels to support business objectives.

5. Information Systems Control Monitoring and Maintenance (18%): Monitor and maintain information systems controls to ensure that they function effectively and efficiently.

CRISC is the Certified in Risk and Information System Controls certification from ISACA for professionals who can integrate Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) with discrete IS control skills and ability to design, implement and maintain these discrete information systems (IS) controls to mitigate such risk. Also covers how governance and risk management go hand in hand focusing on the benefits to starting with effective governance. The basic criteria is to understand risk management, which is the identification, assessment, and prioritization of risk followed by coordinated and economical application of resources to minimize, monitor, and control the probability and/or impact of adverse events or to maximize the realization of opportunities.

Course #706 & #706A

Certified Governance Enterprise IT (CGEIT)

The certification program called Certified in Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT) was developed by ISACA specifically for experienced Information Technology (IT) governance personnel and those who have responsibilities for the stewardship of Information Technology (IT) resources. This seminar is designed specifically to assist individuals planning to take CGEIT examination. This four (4) day training course will explain the CGEIT examination process, help you prepare for the CGEIT exam, provide guidance and test your readiness through sample questions.

($ Enroll Now #706) or (Enroll Now #706A)

• Domain 1: Framework for the Governance of Enterprise IT (25%)
Ensure the definition, establishment, and management of a framework for the governance of enterprise IT in alignment with the mission, vision and values of the enterprise.

• Domain 2: Strategic Management (20%)
Ensure that IT enables and supports the achievement of enterprise objectives through the integration and alignment of IT strategic plans with enterprise strategic plans.

• Domain 3: Benefits Realization (16%)
Ensure that IT-enabled investments are managed to deliver optimized business benefits and that benefit realization outcome and performance measures are established, evaluated and progress is reported to key stakeholders.

• Domain 4: Risk Optimization (24%)
Ensure that an IT risk management framework exists to identify, analyze, mitigate, manage, monitor, and communicate IT related business risk, and that the framework for IT risk management is in alignment with the enterprise risk management (ERM) framework.

• Domain 5: Resource Optimization (15%)
Ensure the optimization of IT resources including information, services, infrastructure and applications, and people, to support the achievement of enterprise objectives.

Course #707

Certified Information Forensics Investigator (CIFI)

This is a five (5) day course. This course is designed to give an in-depth knowledge of Informatin Forensics Investigation and will assist the attendee to prepare for the CIFI exam that is required to pass to receive this certification.

Who Should Enroll? Anyone who has completed, passed, and received the Certifications of Course #701.  ($ Enroll Now #707)

Enrollment Benefits:

1) Topics will include moving through each of the Common Bodies of Knowledge (CBK) areas and culminating with the Information Forensics Tools and Process session.

2) The theory behind the practice and a detailed discussion of each major tool available to the Forensics Investigator, in order for, the attendee to gain practical experience in the methods of Information Forensics.

3) Auditing, Traceback, Investigation, Incident Response, Information Forensics Tools & Processes, Counter-measures & Secure Design, and Law Enforcement & Investigation will be included in the course materials.

Course #708 

Network Forensics

Who Should Enroll? Anyone who has completed, passed, and received the Certifications of Course #701 and Course #707  ($ Enroll Now #708)

Enrollment Benefits:

This is a five (5) day course. Within our "hands-on" lab, you will be trained on techniques and procedures that will include Forensics Investigaton Basics, Investigation Techniques, and Forensics Examination Criteria.

Course #709

Forensics Manager

Who Should Enroll? Anyone who has completed and passed Course #701, Course #707, and Course #708.  ($ Enroll Now #709)

Enrollment Benefits:

This is a five (5) day course. During this course you will be trained on the following:

  • Forensics Management
  • Forensics Phases & Models
  • Incident Response Team Management
  • Privacy, Ethics, & Evidence
  • Laws & Bounderies of Investigations
  • Critical Relationships (i.e., technical, management, law enforcement, and civil).

 

Course #710

Security Modeling 

Who Should Enroll? Anyone who has completed & passed Course #701.  ($ Enroll Now #710)

Enrollment Benefits:

This is a five (5) day course. Learn how to provide your company with the most up-to-date, effective security measures, concepts, and equipment to be tested beforethe "incident".

 

Course #711

Security Management  

Who Should Enroll? Anyone who has completed & passed Course #701.  ($ Enroll Now #711)

Enrollment Benefits:

This is a five (5) day course. This Informaton Security Practice Management includes training on the following items:

  • Information Systems Security Governance and Management
  • Risk Management
  • Information Security Program Management
  • Incident Response Management=

Course #712

Security Tools

Who Should Enroll? Anyone who has completed & passed Course #701 and Course #710. ($ Enroll Now #712)

Enrollment Benefits:

This is a five (5) day course that provides "hands-on" practical work in a lab environment.to develop skills in utilizing the various tools and techniques of the industry. The variou tools will include desktop tools, server tools, laptop tools, cell phone tools, PDA tools, network tools, and Internet tools.

 

Course #713 

Certified Anti-Terrorism Specialist (CAS-IR)

This five (5) day course will include ATAB ERM PPS, Aviataion Security, Bioterrorism Response, HazMat Information, International, Military Manuals, Nuclear Safety & Security, Planning & Operations, Technology Information, in addition to, Search and Rescue

Who Should Enroll? Anyone who has completed & passed Personal Background Check, Natural-Born American Citizen, etc.

($ Enroll Now #713)

Enrollment Benefits:

1) Learn how to manage an Incident Response Team.

2) Learn the key steps to a Computer Event Investigation.

3) Learn the requirements for a Good Response Team Member.

Course #714

Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA)

In this four (4) day course, you'll cover all six domains of the Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) exam and gain the knowledge and technical concepts required to obtain CISA certification. Since its inception in 1978, the CISA exam has become the gold standard of excellence in IS auditing, control, and security. After completing this training course, you will then be required to register, pay, take, and pass the CISA Exam. You have up to 1-year to take the exam. You can re-take the exam up to 3 times in that year and must fulfill the passing requirements to recieve this life-time professiona certification.

Who Should Enroll? Anyone who has interest in getting the Certified Best Practices Security IT Audit credentials to enhance your career.

($ Enroll Now #714)

In-depth coverage of the six domains required to pass the CISA exam :

1. IS Audit Process
2. IT Governance
3. Systems and Infrastructure Lifecycle Management
4. IT Service Delivery and Support
5. Protection of Information Assets
6. Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

(Course #715 & #715A)

Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP)

Who Should Enroll? The CCSP Certification is ideal for IT and Information Security Leaders responsible for applying best practices to cloud security architecture, design, operations and service orchestration, including those in the following positions:

  • Enterprise Architect
  • Security Administrator
  • Systems Engineer
  • Security Architect

($ Enroll Now #715 ) ( $ Enroll Now #715A )

The globally recognized CCSP- Certified Cloud Security Professional certification is a proven way to build your career and better secure critical assets in the cloud. This is a five (5) day course that includes the following topics. After completing this training course, you will then be required to register, pay, take, and pass the CCSP Exam. You have up to 1-year to take the exam. You can re-take the exam up to 3 times in that year and must fulfill the passing requirements to recieve this life-time professiona certification.

Learn Cloud Concepts, Architecture, and Design (Domain 1)

  • Understand Cloud Computing Concepts
  • Describe Cloud Reference Architecture
  • Understand Security Concepts Relevant to Cloud Computing
  • Understand the Design Principles of Secure Cloud Computing
  • Evaluate Cloud Service Providers

Learn Cloud Data Security (Domain 2)

  • Understand Cloud Data Lifecycle
  • Design and Implement Cloud Data Storage Architectures
  • Design and Apply Data Security Strategies
  • Understand and Implement Data Discovery and Classification Technologies
  • Design and Implement Relevant Jurisdictional Data Protections for Personally Identifiable Information
  • Design and Implement Data Rights Management
  • Plan and Implement Data Retention, Deletion, and Archiving Policies
  • Design and Implement Auditability, Traceability and Accountability of Data Events

Learn Cloud Platform and Infrastructure Security (Domain 3)

  •  Comprehend Cloud Infrastructure Components
  •  Analyse Risks Associated to Cloud Infrastructure
  •  Design and Plan Security Controls
  • Plan Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Management

Learn Cloud Application Security (Domain 4)

  • Training and Awareness in Application Security
  • Understand Cloud Software Assurance and Validation
  • Use Verified Secure Software
  • Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) Process
  • Secure Software Development Lifecycle
  • Cloud Application Architecture
  • Identity and Access Management (IAM) Solutions

Learn Cloud Security Operations (Domain 5)

  • Support the Planning Process of the Data Centre Design
  • Implement and Build Physical Infrastructure on Cloud Environment
  • Run Physical Infrastructure for Cloud Environment
  • Manage Physical Infrastructure for Cloud Environment
  • Build Logical Infrastructure for Cloud Environment
  • Run Logical Infrastructure for Cloud Environment
  • Manage Logical Infrastructure for Cloud Environment
  • Ensure Compliance with Regulations and Controls
  • Conduct Risk Assessment for Logical and Physical Infrastructure
  • Understand the Collection and Preservation of Digital Evidence
  • Manage Communications with Relevant Parties

Learn Legal, Risk, and Compliance (Domain 6)

  • Legal Requirements and Unique Risks
  • Privacy Issues Including Jurisdictional Variances
  • Audit Process, Methodologies, and Required Adaptions
  • Implications of Cloud to Enterprise Risk Management
  • Outsourcing and Cloud Contract Design
  • Execute Vendor Management

Course #717

Certified Authorization Professional (CAP)

The ISC2 CAP Certification is one of the few professional security certifications to attain ISO/IEC 17024 status. The CAP certification is very beneficial for the individuals who have certification and accreditation-related work experience such as a practitioner, auditor, consultant, vendor, investigator, and/or instructor.

($ Enroll Now #717)

CAP certification emphasizes the underlying methodologies and processes associated with the harmonized security authorization process, including continuous monitoring across the Federal IT workspace and agencies. This certification applies to all Federal Agencies Security Assessment and Authorization efforts, projects, and activities.

Course #717 is the CAP CBK Review Training Course for the common Information Assurance and Computer Security component training needs and requirements in preparation of the students to take the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC2) CAP examination.

Initially titled Certification and Accreditation Professional, CAP was renamed in May 2010. In addition to the title change, there are now seven (7) domains to match with the new NIST Risk Management approach, as follows:

1. Understanding the Security Authorization of Information Systems, formerly known as, Certification and Accreditation (C&A).

2. Categorize Information Systems.

3. Establish the Security Control Baseline.

4. Apply Security Controls.

5. Assess Security Controls.

6. Authorize Information System.

7. Monitor Security Controls (also known as Continuous Monitoring)

 

 

 

 

 


Copyright © 2003-2019 CompBase Training Solutions ® All rights reserved