Amidst all the uncertainty in the job market due to the arrival of Covid-19 this Spring, Iron Flame Labs, Inc. Has created an innovative training program designed for people looking to retool their technical skills and remain relevant in this new COVID economy.
This program will shift the student/professional population profile in an area where diversity of thought and innovation is currently lacking. Iron Flame Labs was created to become a hub and source for diversified learning, thought leadership, and scientific innovation. “Our program will help create diversity and inclusion within the IT world by capturing the ingenuity inherent within the millennial spirit. This is just one way we are living the Iron Flame vision of igniting scientific and technological solutions while delivering innovation,” says Tarik Nasir, CEO of Iron Flame Labs, Inc.
The intensive four-year training program allows participants to become trained and certified in many information technology areas, including but not be limited to Cyber Security, Information Systems, Networking, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Cloud-Based Applications.
The Boot Camp style training is less intense but is heavily lab focused–which brings a real-world immediacy to our training modalities. Boot camps are typically two–four (2-4) weeks, with an industry certification preparation focus.
Tarik Nasir, CEO of Iron Flame Labs, said, “Our training programs are being made available to a diverse group of participants. College students, women of color, second-chance citizens, and displaced workers interested in training for new job opportunities; and all others interested in enhancing their marketability in a high-demand workforce will be considered for this training opportunity. Our programs are designed to enhance the job readiness skills of our participants–allowing them to enter the workforce as highly skilled professionals and team leaders–while adding value to companies needing support in areas requiring assistance with troubleshooting technical challenges faced in daily operations.”