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HVAC Program Updates and MCSA/MCSE Program Discontinuations

Program Updates

The following updates are for partners that offer HVAC and Microsoft Certified Solutions programs in their catalog.

HVAC

We are updating the content of the HVAC programs to include additional safety content from OSHA. The new content will teach common job-related safety and health hazards. Students completing the HVACR Technician – NATE Service Core programs (taught either in English or Spanish) will receive the OSHA 10 card, which is intended for entry level workers. Students completing the HVACR Certified Technician program will receive the OSHA 30 card, intended for supervisors or for workers with some safety responsibility. The following programs will have a change in hours and/or pricing:

HVACR Certified Technician

  • Course hours increase from 265 hours to 277 hours
  • No price changes

HVACR Technician – Nate Service Core (Voucher Included)

  • Course hours increase: from 90 hours to 100 hours
  • New wholesale and SRP: $1,895/$2,295

Programa de Certificado de Conocimiento Básico de HVACR NATE Core (Spanish-taught version)

  • Course hours increase: from 90 hours to 100 hours
  • New wholesale and SRP: $1,895/$2,295

These changes will become effective on March 20, 2018.


MCSA and MCSE

Microsoft recently announced the retirement of the 70-246, 70-247, 70-432, and 70-448 exams, which are affiliated with some of their Microsoft Certified Solutions programs. The following Programs will be discontinued:

  • Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA): Server 2012 with Private Cloud
  • Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA): SQL Server 2008
  • Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE): Private Cloud

These changes will become effective on November 30, 2017 and these programs will be removed from the ed2go catalog.


Please contact your Account Manager if you have any questions about these updates.

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Announcing the new ed2go.com

After months of planning and hard work, we are excited to announce the new ed2go.com is here!

We have redesigned the website with the student in mind by simplifying the navigation and adding more career resources. This will help students discover the numerous workforce development training courses that can help them get a job, advance in their current job, or pursue a new career.

Our goal with the new website is to enhance the student journey–from course searching to course enrollment. We’ve improved the structure of our content to enhance the student discovery of new courses and career paths all while still offering the ability to easily search, learn and enroll in a course from any device while on the go.

Here are some of the highlights of the new website:

  • Enhanced search capability
  • Streamlined design and navigation
  • Simplified enrollment process

The beautifully redesigned interface of ed2go.com will increase the visibility of your school to online students as they search for their desired courses and programs as well as learn more of your school’s capabilities to help them fulfill their career goals.

This new design is for the ed2go.com home page and product pages only. More enhancements to the user experience are on the way.

This update does not change any functionality on our Partners hosted pages, but stay tuned for more details about the great things we have in store. 

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Discontinued Instructor-Led Courses

Course Discontinuation

As you may know from a recent announcement about platform enhancements, we have migrated our courses and programs to a new learning management system. The new platform enhances the student learning experience by offering students greater visibility of their own course progression and by presenting the course content in responsive design, which allows students to access their course from any mobile device.

Now that we have completed the migration, there are several courses that will be retired due to low demand. The following course will be discontinued on December 10, 2017:

  • Easy English 1
  • Easy English 2
  • Easy English 3
  • An Introduction to Teaching ESL/EFL
  • Practical Ideas for the Adult ESL/EFL Classroom
  • Teaching ESL/EFL Grammar
  • Teaching ESL/EFL Reading
  • Teaching ESL/EFL Vocabulary

What Do Partners Need To Do

Partners do not need to take any action as the changes will automatically update in the catalog on December 10, 2017.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Partner Helpdesk at partnerhelpdesk@cengage.com

Thank you for being a valued ed2go Partner.

 

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IMPORTANT: Pricing Adjustments and Platform Enhancement

ed2go has officially upgraded and enhanced our courses and platform to transform the way we deliver content, engage learners and drive successful student outcomes. As our valued partner, you and your students will have immediate access to some of these new features and functionality.

Our new platform already offers key enhancements like; responsive design to enable learning on smart devices, improved look and feel for better user experience, easier course navigation, and more. Additional updates will be made in the coming months. 

We continue to invest heavily in the development of the platform across all ed2go offerings, and we will be adjusting our pricing to more accurately reflect the value students receive from advancing their education through our partner schools with these added enhancements.

Effective February 1, 2018, your wholesale price on many of our Instructor-Led Courses will be increased from $65 to $75, and the new suggested retail price will be raised from $100 to $115.  The net effect of the pricing change will increase your revenue by $5 per enrollment.  In addition to helping deliver increased revenues, this price change will also help drive continued investment in our products and platforms to further benefit you and your students.

A complete updated price list can be found here newpricelist.com. Please refer to your email for instructions on how to access the confidential page.

Some additional exciting improvements coming soon include:

  • Learning Objects (LO) Learning Management System: Our new LMS offers considerable improvements in user experience including: 508 compliance, responsive design for phone or tablet use, and additional student engagement features. Additionally, our new platform allows for future innovation with Open Badges, Competency Based Learning, and more.
  • Website and eCommerce System: The platforms and systems that run ed2go’s hosted eCommerce solution are undergoing a complete rebuild. Moving onto an industry best IBM Websphere platform will allow us to deliver more value to our partners with SEO optimization, personalization, and improved flexibility.
  • Top Secret Tool for Employability: We are doing our best to address the skills gap that prevents many capable workers from getting jobs and many in-need employers from getting skilled applicants. Currently under development (but not ready for announcement) is a game-changing tool to help close that gap and get students prepared to land the jobs they want.

The ed2go team takes great pride in putting our students and partners first.  Our extensive research has shown that consumers and employers are willing to pay more for higher-quality professional development courses. This information provided some necessary insight, which helped us create the new pricing strategy.  Don’t worry, we understand some students are learning for personal growth or entertainment and are more price sensitive, so we will be holding prices at their current levels for these types of courses.

At ed2go, we do not take for granted the value of our relationship with you, our partner.  We appreciate the investment you have made in us and the communities you serve! In return, we want to keep investing in you and your students.  

Keep an eye out for more announcements about these exciting new developments, and please connect with your account manager to discuss how we can help your continuing education efforts thrive.

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September 2017 Program Updates

Program Updates

As  you may already know from an announcement published earlier this year,  we are transitioning our courses and programs to a new learning  management system. Once this is complete, the new system will enhance  the student learning experience and give our partners improved access to  student records. While we complete the transition, there are several  programs that will be retired due to low demand from students.
 
The following courses will be discontinued effectively on November 12, 2017:
·         Administrative Professional with Microsoft Office Master 2010
·         Administrative Professional with Microsoft Office Specialist 2010
·         Carpentry
·         Microsoft Excel 2010 Certification Training
·         Microsoft Office 2010 Master Certification
·         Microsoft Office Specialist 2010 (MOS)
·         Microsoft Outlook 2010 Certification
·         Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Certification
·         Microsoft Word 2010 Certification Training
·         Professional Bookkeeping with QuickBooks 2013
·         Start Your Own Business

Please contact your Account Manager if you have any questions about these updates.

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Launch of a New Career Training Program: Veterinary Office Manager

New Career Training Program

Title: Veterinary Office Manager

This program is ideal for any students that show an interest in a career in animal care. In this program, your students will not only learn the essential skills of becoming a veterinary assistant, but also learn the business aspects of a veterinary practice, including understanding Microsoft Word, Excel, and QuickBooks.

Program Code: GES179

Hours: 485

Cost: $3595

Program SRP: $3995

Availability: Immediately

Why should you market this program?

Veterinary Assistant is one of the most popular programs in the ed2go catalog. We wanted to introduce a program that would prepare people to get into the practice management sphere of this profession. Additional the program allows the student to earn industry recognized credentials in two Microsoft Office products.

Why are we adding this program to the catalog?

We have had success adding Medical Office Manager to our catalog last year. This year we are introducing other management programs in the heath discipline. We have introduced Dental Office Manager and Optical Manger. Veterinary Office Manager is the last title of this kind to be introduced this year.

Why would a student take this program?

A student would take this program if they are interested in becoming a veterinary assistant but would like to prepare themselves to enter practice management. This program teaches the additional skills that are of value to an employer such as knowledge of Microsoft Office and QuickBooks.


What Partners Need To Do

New Programs: Partners only need to make catalog updates for new Career Training Programs in your Online Administration Center (OAC) if:

  • Your site is set up for ed2go to automatically add new courses/programs to your catalog, AND you do not want to offer the new program, or need to change your retail pricing.
  • Your site is NOT set up for ed2go to automatically add new courses/programs to your catalog, AND you want to add new courses/programs to your catalog.

For assistance with updating your catalog, read this article

Otherwise, no further action is needed on your end in the OAC.

Content or Hours Update: No further action is needed on your end in the OAC. Your catalog already reflects this change.


Please contact your Account Manager if you have any questions about the new program.

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New Test Prep Courses-Automotive Service Excellence and DEWALT Online Licensing
We would like to clarify some details about recently launched test prep courses in the Automotive and Trades categories. Please read below about this important information.
 
The ASE Technician self-paced training courses are only available for enrollment to students residing in the United States. These courses are not available to students located outside the United States.
 
The DEWALT® Online Preparation courses are not currently available for enrollment. We will send an update when these courses become available.

We are excited to announce the launch of new courses in the Automotive and Manufacturing categories. These courses are available for immediate enrollment.

For students interested in becoming certified Automotive Technicians and Service Professionals, we now offer 36 test prep titles. These courses are available in a self-paced format and offer practice tests to help students prepare for either an ASE or a DEWALT certification in a simulated testing environment like the actual test.

Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Tech Test Preparation

  • Automotive Series [8 Total]
  • Automotive – Bilingual (English/Spanish) [14 Total]
  • Medium/Heavy Duty Truck Electronic Diesel Truck Series [8 Total]

DEWALT Online Licensing Exam Preparation

  • Building Contractor
  • Business and Project Management
  • Electrical
  • HVAC
  • Plumbing

 

Program Titles and Cost

  • ASE Technician Test Preparation (TTP) Truck Series: T1 Gasoline Engines
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation (TTP) Truck Series: T2 Diesel Engines
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation (TTP) Truck Series: T3 Drive Train
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation (TTP) Truck Series: T4 Brakes
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation (TTP) Truck Series: T5 Suspension/Steering
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation (TTP) Truck Series: T6 Electrical and Electronic Systems
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation (TTP) Truck Series: T7 Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation (TTP) Truck Series: T8 Preventative Maintenance
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation 2.0: Medium/Heavy Duty Truck Electronic Diesel Diagnosis (L2)
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation 2.0 (TTP2): Auto Maintenance and Light Repair (G1)
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation 2.0 (TTP2): Automotive Heating and Air Conditioning
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation 2.0 (TTP2): Automotive Automatic Transmissions and Transaxles (A2)
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation 2.0 (TTP2): Automotive Brakes (A5)
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation 2.0 (TTP2): Automotive Electrical Electronic Systems (A6)
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation 2.0 (TTP2): Automotive Engine Repair (A1)
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation 2.0 (TTP2): Automotive Manual Drive Trains and Axles (A3)
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation 2.0 (TTP2): Automotive Suspension & Steering (A4)
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation 2.0 (TTP2): Automotive Advance Engine Performance (L1)
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation 2.0 (TTP2): Automotive Engine Performance (A8)
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation 2.0 (TTP2): Automotive Exhaust Systems (X1)
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation 2.0 (TTP2): Light Vehicle Diesel Engines (A9)
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation 2.0 (TTP2): Parts Specialist (P2)
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation 2.0 (TTP2): Automotive Service Consultant (C1)
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • DEWALT Plumbing Online Licensing Exam Preparation
    • Course Hours: 11
    • Wholesale Price: $39.95
    • SRP: $49.95
  • DEWALT Building Contractor’s Online Licensing Exam Preparation
    • Course Hours: 11
    • Wholesale Price: $39.95
    • SRP: $49.95
  • DEWALT Business and Project Management Online Exam Preparation
    • Course Hours: 4
    • Wholesale Price: $15
    • SRP: $20
  • DEWALT Electrical Online Licensing Exam Preparation
    • Course Hours: 11
    • Wholesale Price: $39.95
    • SRP: $49.95
  • DEWALT HVAC Technician Online Certification Exam Preparation
    • Course Hours: 11
    • Wholesale Price: $39.95
    • SRP: $49.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation H1-Compressed Natural Gas Engines
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation H2-Diesel Engines
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation H3-Drive Train
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation H4-Brakes
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation H5-Suspension and Steering
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation H6-Electrical/Electronic Systems
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation H7-Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95
  • ASE Technician Test Preparation H8-Preventative Maintenance
    • Course Hours: 7
    • Wholesale Price: $25.95
    • SRP: $29.95

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in July 2017 and has been updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness

 

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Program Updates: Mediator Programs

The following update is for partners that offer the Mediator programs in their catalog.

We would like to inform you that we are retracting the recent announcement about the price increase and reversed the pricing of the Mediator programs.

The suggested retail price will remain as it was prior to the announcement for the following programs:

·         Certified Family Mediator: $3,895

·         Certified Healthcare and Eldercare Practitioner: $3,895

·         Certified Mediator and Arbitrator: $3,695

·         Certified Mediator and Conflict Resolution Specialist: $3,695

·         Certified Mediator and Restorative Justice Practitioner: $3,895

Stay tuned for details as we will soon offer an opportunity to learn more about these programs and how to promote them to your students.

Please contact your Account Manager if you have any questions about this update.

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Seven New Career Training Programs: Electrical Technician and More

New Career Training Programs

Title: Electrical Technician 

This program will teach students math, inspection, safety, quality, electrical systems, automation, motor controls, and assembly to work as an electrical technician.

Program Code: GES773

Hours: 120

Cost: $1695

Program SRP: $1995

Availability: Immediately

Why should you market this program?

Within the U.S. workforce, there is a significant skills gap in the area of construction and trades and many employers are struggling to find qualified personnel to fill these positions. This program provides key foundational training to be an Electrical Technician and will allow students to be eligible for some of these jobs.

Why are we adding this program to the catalog?

We are adding this program to the catalog because we are trying to expand the programs we offer in the areas of Trades and Construction. We currently only have 18 programs within this category.

Why would a student take this program?

A student would want to take this program to become an electrical technician because electrical technician can earn an average of $20 per hour. This entry-level career also provides the stepping stone to become an electrician and earn even more if they decide to pursue a certification. There is significant room to grow in your career as the job growth rate for Electricians is 14%.


Title: Maintenance Technician

In this program, students will learn the following concepts and skills to become a Maintenance Technician:  workholding, math, inspection, safety, machining, quality, grinding, electrical systems, automation, mechanical systems, motor controls, rigging, and fluid systems.

Program Code: GES767

Hours: 250

Cost: $1395

Program SRP: $1695

Availability: Immediately

Why should you market this program?

Within the U.S. workforce, there is a significant skills gap in the area of construction and trades and many employers are struggling to find qualified personnel to fill these positions. This program provides key foundational training in maintenance that will allow students to be eligible for some of these jobs.

Why are we adding this program to the catalog?

We are adding this program to the catalog because we are trying to expand the programs we offer in the areas of Trades and Construction. We currently only have 18 programs within this category.

Why would a student take this program?

A student would take this program if they have an interest in problem solving and taking pieces apart in an industrial setting. This program provides working knowledge and use of common tool room equipment to manufacture and repair components for in-house maintenance purposes. The median wage is $17.31 for a Maintenance Technician.


Title: Press Operator – Cold Stamping

This program will provide students provides an intensive overview of skills necessary for cold stamping press work. Students will learn math, inspection, safety, materials, quality, stamping, forming, and automation to work at as a Press Operator: Cold Stamping.

Program Code: GES768

Hours: 100

Cost: $1195

Program SRP: $1495

Availability: Immediately

Why should you market this program?

Within the U.S. workforce, there is a significant skills gap in the area of construction and trades and many employers are struggling to find qualified personnel to fill these positions. This program provides key foundational training in press operations that will allow students to be eligible for some of these jobs.

Why are we adding this program to the catalog?

We are adding this program to the catalog because we are trying to expand the programs we offer in the areas of Trades and Construction. We currently only have 18 programs within this category.

Why would a student take this program?

A student would take this program if they are interested in working in an industrial environment. As a press operator a student would be able to earn $12 – $19. This is an entry-level career that can lead to higher earning industrial careers such as CNC Operator and Programmer and Tool and Die Maker.

ed2go offers both a hot stamping and cold stamping program. Cold stamping involves the transformation of a sheet of metal at room temperature inside a forming die under pressure. Hot stamping involves the heating of the steel blanks until they are malleable, followed rapid cooling.


Title: Press Operator – Hot Stamping

This program will students an intensive overview of skills necessary for hot stamping press work. Students will learn math, inspection, safety, materials, quality, stamping, forming, and automation to work at as a Press Operator: Hot Stamping.

Program Code: GES769

Hours: 100

Cost: $1195

Program SRP: $1495

Availability: Immediately

Why should you market this program?

Within the U.S. workforce, there is a significant skills gap in the area of construction and trades and many employers are struggling to find qualified personnel to fill these positions. This program provides key foundational training in press operations that will allow students to be eligible for some of these jobs.

Why are we adding this program to the catalog?

We are adding this program to the catalog because we are trying to expand the programs we offer in the areas of Trades and Construction. We currently only have 18 programs within this category.

Why would a student take this program?

A student would take this program if they are interested in working in an industrial environment. As a press operator a student would be able to earn $12 – $19. This is an entry-level career that can lead to higher earning industrial careers such as CNC Operator and Programmer and Tool and Die Maker.

ed2go offers both a hot stamping and cold stamping program. Cold stamping involves the transformation of a sheet of metal at room temperature inside a forming die under pressure. Hot stamping involves the heating of the steel blanks until they are malleable, followed rapid cooling.


Title: Process Technician

This program will teach students the necessary skills to become a process technician, including math, inspection, safety, machining, quality, electrical systems, automation, mechanical systems, motor controls, fluid systems, and joining.

Program Code: GES771

Hours: 165

Cost: $1695

Program SRP: $1995

Availability: Immediately

Why should you market this program?

Within the U.S. workforce, there is a significant skills gap in the area of construction and trades and many employers are struggling to find qualified personnel to fill these positions. This program provides key foundational training to be a Process Technician and will allow students to be eligible for some of these jobs.

Why are we adding this program to the catalog?

We are adding this program to the catalog because we are trying to expand the programs we offer in the areas of Trades and Construction. We currently only have 18 programs within this category.

Why would a student take this program?

Process technicians design new equipment or materials or recommend revision to methods of operation in order to improve efficiencies. With this program students learn about six sigma, lean operation and Total Productive Maintenance (TPM). According to BLS, the average salary is $53,330. Students can be eligible for these careers with just a high school diploma and some on-the-ground training.


Title: Robotics Technician

This program will provide students provides an intensive overview of skills necessary for the robotics industry, including math, safety, quality, electrical systems, automation, mechanical systems, fluid systems, and rigging.

Program Code: GES770

Hours: 155

Cost: $1395

Program SRP: $1695

Availability: Immediately

Why should you market this program?

Within the U.S. workforce, there is a significant skills gap in the area of construction and trades and many employers are struggling to find qualified personnel to fill these positions. This program provides key foundational training to be a Robotics Technician and will allow students to be eligible for some of these jobs.

Why are we adding this program to the catalog?

We are adding this program to the catalog because we are trying to expand the programs we offer in the areas of Trades and Construction. We currently only have 18 programs within this category.

Why would a student take this program?

According to BLS, the average salary is $55,610 for a Robotics Technician. Students can be eligible for these careers with just a high school diploma, associates degree, or some on-the-ground training.


Title: Welding Technician

This program will provide students an accelerated training that allow students to identify the required knowledge and skills for each worker and provide a pathway to upskill and validate worker’s competences.

Program Code: GES766

Hours: 125

Cost: $1695

Program SRP: $1995

Availability: Immediately

Why should you market this program?

Within the U.S. workforce, there is a significant skills gap in the area of construction and trades and many employers are struggling to find qualified personnel to fill these positions. This program provides key foundational training in welding that will allow students to be eligible for some of these jobs.

Why are we adding this program to the catalog?

We are adding this program to the catalog because we are trying to expand the programs we offer in the areas of Trades and Construction. We currently only have 18 programs within this category.

Why would a student take this program?

According to BLS, the annual wage for a welder is $38,150 and can be significantly more if the students decides to earn certifications in welding. Students can be eligible for these careers with just a high school diploma and some on-the-ground training.


What Partners Need To Do

New Programs: Partners only need to make catalog updates for new Career Training Programs in your Online Administration Center (OAC) if:

  • Your site is set up for ed2go to automatically add new courses/programs to your catalog, AND you do not want to offer the new program, or need to change your retail pricing.
  • Your site is NOT set up for ed2go to automatically add new courses/programs to your catalog, AND you want to add new courses/programs to your catalog.

For assistance with updating your catalog, read this article

Otherwise, no further action is needed on your end in the OAC.

Content or Hours Update: No further action is needed on your end in the OAC. Your catalog already reflects this change.


Please contact your Account Manager if you have any questions about the new program.

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Discontinued Program: iOS App Developer

The following update is for partners that offer the iOS App Developer program in their catalog.

Due to a few recent changes in the industry, ed2go is removing the iOS App Developer program from the catalog until it can be updated to ensure that students are receiving the best possible training experience. Students who are interested in application development may consider the Android App Developer program or the Web Applications Developer program. Both courses provide a great foundation for a career in software development.

Students enrolling in the Android App Developer program will learn application development on the Android operating system (which covers about 88% of the global smartphone market) and can lead to many job opportunities. Students enrolling in the Web Applications Developer program will learn marketable skills they can include on their resume such as HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, SQL, PHP, XML, and Ajax.

 The iOS App Developer program will be removed from the catalog effective 6/30/17.

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