IT and Business Training Leader, NetCom Learning Grows Washington DC Metro Area Business

  IT and Business Training Leader, NetCom Learning Grows Washington DC Metro
                                Area Business

NetCom Learning makes major commitment to increase sales in Washington, DC
area location

PR Newswire

NEW YORK, Feb. 14, 2013

NEW YORK, Feb. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --NetCom Learning, the leader in IT and
business training, announces it is moving to increase its business in the
Washington, DC area where the company has one of its major offices located in
nearby Arlington, Virginia. The push to increase business is part of the
company's commitment to achieve ten percent of the $24 billion technical
learning industry in the next twenty years. In 2012, NetCom Learning surpassed
goals for sales and class registrations concluding one of the company's best
years in history. To continue the forward movement in the DC area, NetCom
Learning hired a new top sales executive from one of the largest training
companies with a history of bringing in revenue of between 1.5 to 2.5 million
annually. Between growth in the number of classes, continued marketing efforts
and the new sales leadership, NetCom Learning is projecting a 100% growth in
revenue by the 1^st quarter of 2014 for the Washington, DC business including
individuals, corporations, and government agencies. Spotlighting the company,
NetCom Learning has also been hosting a variety of live events in major cities
across the nation including the Washington, DC area.

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"NetCom Learning is committed to forward growth both in our business and in
our push to increase the level of lifelong learning across the United States
including the Washington, DC metro area," said Russell Sarder, CEO of NetCom

"Our company has the right people and the right mission to help people achieve
their professional goals and get good paying jobs and help organizations meet
their needs in the face of a continuing skills gap in information technology,"
said Sarder.

Washington, DC Metro Area

NetCom Learning has made a major investment in their Washington, DC metro area
business. To increase the revenue of a growing business concern, the addition
of an experienced top sales executive with a strong sales background for the
Washington, DC business will add to the projections for high sales. The
Arlington, Virginia office currently offers more than 1,000 courses from
twenty vendor partners. NetCom Learning is committed to expanding their
learning business through the launching of new products, the addition of new
vendors, new locations and learning solutions.

Securities Coursework

Network and IT security is especially important in the nation's capital with
IBM, Lockheed Martin, and top government and military agencies. NetCom
Learning is a platinum authorized partner with CompTIA which provides vendor
neutral IT certifications in IT security including Security+ which is an
industry certification standard. NetCom Learning has also been recognized by
the EC-Council as authorized training center and received the EC-Council
Circle of Excellence Award. NetCom Learning offers training in IT security
including preparation for CompTIA security certifications and the Certified
Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), the Certified Ethical
Hacker (CEH), the Computer Hacker Forensic Investigator (CHFI).

Department of Defense Directive 8570

The Department of Defense (DoD) has set an aggressive timetable to have its
entire Information Assurance (IA) workforce fully certified in appropriate
information technology applications. The department must rely on its workforce
to protect the vital information, and information systems and infrastructure
to keep them current and secure. The DOD directive affects any military
service personnel, defense contractors, or civilian or foreign employees who
have privileged access to DOD systems.

NetCom Learning has a variety of training options for both technical and
management levels to meet the DOD requirements. Training options include hands
on training onsite or at a NetCom Learning center, accelerated learning and
intensive certification boot camps. NetCom Learning classes include coursework
to meet computing environment level requirements and other IT certification
requirements. In addition, NetCom Learning offers special pricing and learning
solutions specific to the US Military. NetCom Learning has years of experience
in training government and military personnel and offers special government
learning discount programs including a special pricing program, training
vouchers packs, and a training savings pass program to optimize taxpayer
dollars. Training discounts include deep discounts for training boot camps in
addition to other courses.

Microsoft Event Series

NetCom Learning has been sponsoring complimentary seminar events as part of
the "What's New in Microsoft Technologies". All day events have taken place in
the Washington, DC area and New York and new events are scheduled through 2013
in New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Connecticut. These well attended seminars
attended by IT professionals, IT executives and decision makers from Fortune
500 companies such as IBM, HP, Siemens, Dell, AT&T, General Dynamics, Lockheed
Martin, and top governmental agencies have focused on the latest Microsoft
technologies such as Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8. The events are open to
any individual or organization interested in learning about how the new
Microsoft products and product enhancements can improve their skills, increase
productivity and grow a business. IT professionals can also find information
about new Microsoft IT certifications and upcoming courses. Speakers at the
events in the Northeast have included Learning NetCom Technical trainers such
as Victor Utz and Neil Masih. In addition, NetCom Learning has been proud to
include IT specialists and executives from Microsoft who have also provided
presentations at the technology events including Paul Schenkel, Sales Manager,
Partner Hosting & Cloud Services, Alison Cunard, General Manager of Sales &
Marketing for Microsoft Learning and Jose Soto, expert in Microsoft devices.

Awards and Recognition

NetCom Learning was chosen as Microsoft's Learning Partner of the Year from a
pool of 1400 training companies. The company has also won training awards and
recognition from CompTIA, the EC-Council and other vendors. NetCom Information
Technology is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner for Learning Solutions
(CPLS). CPLS is the premier training channel and delivery mechanism for
Microsoft Dynamics training content. Microsoft recognized our commitment and
ability to deliver high-quality learning services using a consultative
engagement model. Only Microsoft Certified Trainers are used in NetCom
Learning Microsoft classes.

NetCom Learning was named to the 2012 Top 20 IT Training Companies by and was named "Company of the Year" by the American
Business Awards. The company also received a Bronze Stevie Award from the
American Business Awards for its proprietaryLearning CMS, and CEO Russell
Sarder was honored as Executive of the Year by the same organization.

For more information about NetCom Learning,

About NetCom Learning
NetCom Learning is an innovative leader in IT, business and executive training
to companies, individuals, and government agencies. Since its inception in
1998, NetCom Learning has trained over 80 percent of the Fortune 100, serviced
over 45,500 business customers, and advanced the skills of more than 71,000
professionals through hands-on, expert-led training, with the organization
maintaining an average instructor evaluation score of 8.6 out of 9. NetCom
Learning was recognized by Microsoft Corporation as its Worldwide Training
Partner of the Year and named thrice to Inc. Magazine's list of fastest
growing private companies in America. The organization was also recently named
to the 2012 Top 20 IT Training Companies by and was named
"Company of the Year" by the American Business Awards.

The purpose of NetCom Learning is to promote the values of lifelong learning.


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