Nexus Worldwide Computer Training is a leader in Accelerated Technical and Certification Training. Since 1998, Nexus has helped our students earn more than 18,000 certifications.
Nexus Worldwide Computer Training was founded in 1993 as an IT consulting firm. In 1996, Nexus began offering professional training services specializing in Microsoft Back Office. Nexus contracted with many larger IT Training companies to help staff trainers for technical and certification classes. In addition to training, Nexus has provided Subject Matter Experts for IT consulting projects that included the US Navy, Delta Air Lines, and State Farm Insurance for projects ranging from NT4 migration and Exchange Server migration.
In 1999, Clay Leitzke, Founder and President of Nexus, moved the company to Coeur d'Alene, Idaho . Clay was introduced to North Idaho while stationed at Fairchild Air Force Base, WA in 1987. North Idaho offers a small town atmosphere which gives our students the feel of home away from home and provides a learning environment with fewer distractions and which helps optimize the learning experience.
In 1999, Nexus was accepted into the Microsoft Certified Partner program, and is now the most senior Microsoft Certified Partner in the state of Idaho . In addition, Nexus shares partnerships with Pearson Vue, EC-Council, and CompTIA.
The training staff at Nexus consists of published authors, experienced trainers, and enterprise consultants. Our trainers have published and worked on over twenty published technical books. Nexus trainers' average more than seven years experience as professional trainers and all are multi-vendor certified. In addition to training, Nexus trainers are actively involved with enterprise consulting projects for companies with a user base as small as 20 and as many as 500,000. Nexus trainers give students a real-world approach to the technologies they are pursuing in certification, not just an exam approach.
Nexus trainers represent the best of the best, and not only in regards to their ability to teach, but in the way they understand the needs of each and every student they encounter.
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