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Information Technology Training

High-Tech Skills Needed for Workplace Success

Information Technology Training provides instruction in a variety of information technology and advanced applied manufacturing subjects.

Information Technology skills are defined according to the type and scope of your business. Some of the training elements offered through the program include:
  • Advanced Applied Manufacturing Technology
  • Computer Programming
  • Data Base Development
  • E-Business/Commerce
  • Information Security
  • Management Information Systems
  • Network Administration
  • Software Engineering
  • Systems Analysis
  • Technology Support
  • Web Site Design and Development
Training can be received offsite, onsite at your business, or online. For help with assessing your training needs, refer to the planning tools we've provided here on our site.

In order to qualify for any training, your company must meet a set of specific eligibility requirements.

Only WEDnetPA partners are authorized to apply for funding on your behalf — to obtain more information or to apply for funding, contact the closest WEDnetPA partner in your region.

Does your company qualify?

Basic Skills Training

Information Technology Training

Company Funding History


Data Security

"In 2004, we purchased our first CNC Machine... crucial to our program of rapid prototyping. We had a trained operator employed to run this machine when it was received. Shortly after, our operator was lured away by the glamour of a large company and our progress was halted. With the help of WEDnetPA, we were able to have other employees trained to operate this equipment. It is now operating and making the prototypes we so desperately need to complete our engineering designs. As a small company it is difficult at times to compete in a market so saturated with large employers. The WEDnetPA program provides our staff with the training necessary and the ability to use Boehringerís best tool against competition ó the ability to work fast."

John R. Boehringer, President
Boehringer Laboratories, Inc.
Norristown, Pa.