C-Tech Associates would like to thank all of our Certified Instructors for their dedicated work. C-Tech has successfully trained and certified over 1300 educators to administer our cutting-edge certification programs. August’s instructor training marked our 150th training session here in Sparta NJ. During this training session educators from eight states joined us from the North Carolina Dept. of Public Safety, District of Columbia Dept. of Corrections, Greenburgh Eleven School District in NY, New Roads School of Somerset in NJ, Minnesota Dept. of Corrections, Chelsea CTE High School in NYC, Travis Hill School in LA, Ottumwa Job Corps in IA, and Volunteers of America in MA. These instructors will return home to prepare students for careers in Networking, Fiber Optics, Green Energy, Audio Video Entertainment and VoIP.
To celebrate this event C-Tech hosted a party for the instructors at the Historic Sparta Train Station. Built in 1881, the depot served and actively participated in the growth of Sussex County. Dating back to the days of the Wild West this eastern NJ train station was a necessary hub for products and passengers coming to this area for mining, building, and even recreation. The newly renovated structure now serves as a museum and event space for educators.
In addition to the dinner, C-Tech also unveiled its newest Certification program, Wireless Systems: Coverage and Capacity, which provides students with the necessary skill sets to install and troubleshoot Distributed Antenna Systems. This new module will become available to C-Tech’s network of over 700 education partners know as Certified Training Facilities (CTF) worldwide in the upcoming September school year. Keep an eye out for more information on this new program in the upcoming weeks!