“University of Phoenix is dedicated to providing our students with employable education that is relevant to current industry needs. This relationship with Certification Partners provides our students with the skills and education they need to be effective Web administrators who can positively impact the success of the businesses for which they work.”-Dr. Bill Pepicello, President, University of Phoenix
"We chose CIW since their course materials and assessments are well reputed in the industry for establishing and assessing core IT competencies. As a leading industry-standard certification, CIW is a high-value proposition for our students."-Daniel Benjamin, IT Dept. Chair, APUS
"CIW is a global leader in Web certifications. We adopted their certification standards into our curriculum to provide students with skills needed for a career in IT."-Jean Kotsiovos, Assistant Dean of Curriculum, School of Information Systems and Technology, Kaplan University
CIW works in close collaboration with academic institutions, learning centers and corporations to provide solutions to meet their Web-related curriculum and training needs. Learn more about the results and benefits of how CIW has been a solution to challenges and needs of Web-training providers.
"Careerline Tech Center (CTC), a technical and career training center serving more than 1,500 high school students, had an established Information Technology (IT) program but found it was lacking key Web components that local industry deemed critical for employee candidates to have mastered. "The CIW curriculum provided the structure, assessment tools and nationally recognized certifications to build our new IT program. This was a natural fit to fill a gap in our course offerings," said Jeanne Steber, Careerline Tech Center Curriculum Associate."Read More »
"Western Governors University had launched its Information Technology (IT) degree program nine months earlier, but the program was missing some elements. WGU needed to quickly fill these gaps to serve its students and the IT industry. As an online university, WGU has no "brick and mortar" campus; it offers self-paced, self-study distance learning to motivated students who want to earn degrees but lack the time or proximity to attend scheduled college classes."Read More »
"The curricula at the time focused on vendor-specific software applications, separated into class “modules,” including Macromedia and Adobe applications. The University began noticing a trend in the job market: Companies were demanding certified employees who had the skills to complete tasks associated with specific job roles to complement an accredited University degree. The University spent 10 months considering several different options but decided that most of those options lacked a clear certification path. In researching the CIW certification programme, the University found that it offered a complete solution to its needs."Read More »
"Tamkeen Labour Fund has structured a powerful program to meet the need for Information Technology (IT) professionals at different levels in the kingdom of Bahrain. Tamkeen recently signed a contract with the Bahrain Training Institute (BTI) that will benefit 220 Bahraini trainees over 5 years and enable them to take their places in the IT industry as professionals with bright career prospects."Read More »