Training Programs at CyberTex

The only programs offered at CyberTex Institute of Technology (CIT) are programs that will result in job opportunities for students. Every year CIT works with the local workforce boards to identify the best careers that have a high growth rate.  Consistently, Information Technology and Healthcare careers have grown by 20% every year.
 
Once training is completed, the student is certified from a nationally accredited body for their career of choice.  This is done for two main reasons:  First, national certifications make it tremendously easy for a student to get a job since employers look for either experience or recognized training in a particular area.  Second, if a student moves out of the area, their certification will always be accepted where ever they go.
 
Both long term and short term programs are offered at CIT, realizing the need for both short term occupational training and long term programs to accommodate students desiring a greater knowledge of content in a slower pace of delivery. 
 
Programs are offered with sufficient frequency for the student to complete the program within the publicized time frame.  Because CIT’s training programs are clock-hour based, the necessity regarding course scheduling is not as encompassing as courses that are credit-hour based.


Matthew Zarling, Director of Education, Training Programs

Matthew Zarling,
Director of Education

Corporate Office/Austin Campus
(512) 454-6116
Robbin Wilson, MSN, RN, Director of Nursing Training Program

Robbin Wilson, MSN, RN
Director of Nursing Program Development

Corporate Office/Austin Campus
(512) 454-6116

 
 



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Graduate Testimonials
I really liked everyone in my class, they were funny and they made the course interesting and fun. The instructor was cool and he even had the study material for the class on our computers for us to study; now I am able to make good money without having my back strained. Mike


CyberTex has provided me with a fantastic opportunity to find a long-term career in a field I not only love but one I can excel in. Michael A. Thompson