Classes in main center (Sterling)

Courses we are currently offering are

Project Management Professional (PMP)

 

Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is one of the most valued and respected credentials in project management. The PMP was rated amongst the 10 most desired certifications. Companies and organizations around the world employ Project Management Professionals.

Our instructor, Mr. Falah is a CIO at the DC Government and an Adjunct Professor at ITT Tech. He is also a volunteer at United Muslim Relief serving as Chairman of the Board. Mr. Falah graduated with a degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Southern Illinois University and earned a Master of Science in Management of Information Systems from the University of Maryland. Mr. Falah is a Federally Certified Chief Information Officer from the CIO University and a Federally Certified Enterprise Architect from the Federal Enterprise Architect Council. He also holds a Certified Project Management Professional designation from the Project Management Institute.

To get PMP certificated, qualified students will have to pass the test offered by Project management Institute (www.pmi.org). Please visit the site for details. One of the qualifying requirement is that student must complete 35 hours of contact learning. After competing this workshop you will fulfill this requirement.  Our instructor will guide how to do self-study and take the PMP test. ADAMS will also offers a pre-exam boot camp (for additional fee).

QA and Software Testing Training

Our QA Training is introducing an Innovative way of learning. through experience. We are one stop solution for all Software Testing, QA trainings and Job placement needs. We will provide Onsite and Online trainings for Quality Assurance (QA) and Automation testing.

VMWARE VCLOUD

Learn the fundamentals needed to install, configure, and manage a small private cloud.

Through hands-on labs, you will learn to deploy VMware vCloud Director for

a small private cloud environment and manage the ongoing operation of the deployment. You will focus on the private cloud in an engineering or quality assurance solution, and you will cover the fundamentals needed to install, configure, and manage any small private cloud with vCloud Director

Hands on SharePoint

An introductory session to help you learn SharePoint through hands-on-labs. Ideal for those who want to know SharePoint beyond the book reading. Suitable for IT professionals and students who are exploring new opportunities, and office personnel’s looking to collaborate more effectively. Learn through combination of in class and remote instructions, assignments and hands-on virtual labs.

SQL

This course focuses on the fundamental concepts of Oracle SQL to prepare the students for the Oracle SQL Fundamentals I exam, 1z0-051. Opportunities for hands-on exercises will be provided. Concepts will be reinforced by giving homework assignments and exercises.

A+

Basic computer training and A+ is the CompTIA certification program. Our Basic computer training and A+ program is the industry standard for validating the skills expected of entry-level computer technicians. CompTIA™ A+ certification opens the door to an exciting career in computer technology

Introduction to Computer Programming – Using Python.

This beginner’s class will be useful to software developers and Testers..This course teaches the computer Programming basics, using hand-on tutorials and examples. These skills are useful with any computer language. However, Python will be used to write, run and test code.

No prior programming experience is required and students must bring their own laptop, for hands-on practice

Oracle Certified Associate

Prerequisite:

Familiarity with basic computer operation

Course Description

This course focuses on the fundamental concepts of Oracle SQL to prepare students for Oracle SQL Fundamentals I exam, 1z0-051. Opportunities for hands on exercises will be provided. Concepts will be reinforced by giving homework and exercises.

Course Goals/Objectives

1. Determine Key Business Data Elements

2. Identify Entities

3. Identify Relationships

4. Understand Ordinality

5. Understand Cardinality

6. Model Supertypes, subtypes, arcs and hierarchies

7. Understand Normalization

8. Create Normalized Entity Relationship Diagrams

9. Convert ERD’s to Relational Databases

10. Create Tables

11. Query a Relational Database

12. Discuss relational DBMS fundamentals, capabilities, limitations, applications and problems.

13. Retrieve Data Using the SQL SELECT Statement

14. Restrict and Sort Data

15. Use Single-Row Functions to Customize Output

16. Use Conversion Functions and Conditional Expressions

17. Report Aggregated Data Using the Group Functions

18. Display Data from Multiple Tables

19. Use Sub-queries to Solve Queries

20. Use the Set operators

21. Manipulate Data

22. Use DDL (Data Definition Language) Statements to Create and Manage Tables

23. Create Other Schema Objects

Cost  $199

The total duration of this class is 20 hours on the following dates:
September  18, 22, 29, 30, October 2 and 6 from 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm.
Location: ADAMS main center Computer Lab (room 107)