IT Training Company Renews Commitment to Annapolis, MD

ONLC Provides IT Training to Maryland in 8 Locations.

Annapolis, MD, June 17, 2010 --( ONLC Training Centers has renewed their commitment to their Annapolis site. ONLC has been providing state and federal agencies, as well as private companies, with essential IT training.

“Our Maryland site is for the convenience of our students residing in and around the capital city. With our facilities we can provide more convenient access to classroom training to people in the Annapolis region,” stated ONLC Training Centers’ CEO, Andy Williamson. “We deliver important training at that site to the Maryland State government as well as to private Annapolis businesses,” he continued.

ONLC originally opened its Annapolis office in 2008. In addition to the Annapolis site ONLC offers four training locations in the state of Maryland in Columbia, Baltimore, Bethesda, and Rockville as well as nine other sites in the Greater DC area.

ONLC’s Maryland locations offer live, instructor-led classroom training. Through Remote Classroom Instruction (RCI) the company is also able to connect students from multiple training facilities into a single class. “With RCI we have the lowest class cancellation rate in the industry. If someone registers for one of our classes, there is over a 90% chance that that class will run. We are now bringing that level of certainty to individuals registering for our classes in the Greater DC market,” stated Williamson.

ONLC reports that its most popular technical classes in Annapolis are related to Microsoft Windows Server, Windows 7, SQL Server, SharePoint, and Exchange as well as security training (Security +). From and end-user perspective, in addition to the obvious Microsoft Office classes (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access) the company is also seeing strong demand for the Adobe CS4 Suite (Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Acrobat, Illustrator, In-Design, Flash and Fireworks.)

“We are preparing for a huge wave of training related to the new releases of Exchange 2010, SharePoint 2010, and Office 2010. Also, the request for Windows 7 are very strong in our area and we expect that to continue into next year as companies in the region upgrade their desktop operating systems,” stated Williamson.

About ONLC Training Centers
Founded in 1983, ONLC has grown to be the largest IT training company in the U.S. with over 200 classroom facilities in 46 states, offering training from vendors such as Microsoft, Citrix, Adobe and Oracle. ONLC Training Centers was recently recognized by Inc. Magazine as being the fastest growing Microsoft authorized training center in the U.S.

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