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Vocational training experiences focusing on information technology and project management

Vocational training for new jobs

Every year about 200 people from different vocational provenance get certified by us to achieve new challenges on the job market as a IT-Professional or a Project Manager.
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Certifications and Partnerships

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Select specialized courses offerings with respect to IT infrastructure from our comprehensive training catalogue. For instance, easily download a quotation (PDF) from our website so that you can directly present it to your decision-making unit and management.
Of course, all courses can also be custom-made and adapted to your individual demands as in-house courses (Workshop or MOC course) as well as by means of individual training sessions.

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Project management for academics with a migration background

Many academics with a migration background have difficulties with the labor market. We at LG-ACADEMY have developed a proven successful course, which helps you further. read more

Course: Digital transformation and industrie 4.0

We are in an unprecedented upheaval in the world of work. Digital transformation has led to fractures in whole branches of the industry and now it goes on in the office. It's time to qualify! read more

retraining

Retraining towards an IT-professional

With a retraining to the german "Fachinformatiker" you qualify in the long term for a profession with future. The two-year retraining concludes with an examination at the CCI. Additionally, you can archieve vendor certifications highly demanded in the industry. read more

female graduates

Share of female graduates in information technology continues to rise

Women are still a minority in technical disciplines and professions, despite numerous school and study programs.

Only one in five graduates of engineering sciences is a woman. On the labor market, it looks even worse: Only one in ten engineers who are subject to social insurance is female.

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