Work-terms & Projects
At IZUNA's High-Tech Professional programs, we take pride in producing the type of graduate that can quickly assimilate into the real world of information technology.
Our reputation for producing job-ready graduates continues at HTP with over 150 employers either hiring full-time or work-term students in addition to our graduates who have completed some innovative IT projects.
Contact us or check out our work terms and projects for more information on how to get a student working for you.
We have work-terms in three programs: NASP, OAT and TSP. Work-terms allow students to gain valuable hands-on experience onsite, in addition to alleviating your staff shortages, etc. Continuing reading for details about the work-term associated programs.
Network Administration and Security Professional (NASP) program
Work-terms should be networking, security and/or computing systems focused, whether with deployment or upgrading of networks, in addition to support and administration.
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Technology Support Professional (TSP) program
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Office Administrator with Technology (OAT) program
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Projects - Software Systems Developer (SSD) program
Students in the SSD program are available to work on 4-week web development and design projects. Students will be able to use formal software development methodology and design / implement / test / deploy software applications on a variety of platforms. This includes database applications, web applications, e-commerce sites, etc. on desktop computers, PDAs, web server, specialized hardware or other computing devices.
SSD students have knowledge of and experience with:
- Object Oriented (UML)
- Structured Analysis / Design
- Rapid Application Prototyping
- Rational Rose
- Graphics User Interface Design