SYS-ED and Compuware Software
|Compuware Corporation Software|
Computer Education Techniques and SYS-ED provide training services on Compuware software in the IBM mainframe environment.
A SYS-ED distance-learning course is 65% lecture with pre and post course assessment, review questions, examples, workshops, and website support services.
IBM has rebranded WebSphere MQ to IBM MQ and DB2 to Db2. CETi is updating its urls to reflect these changes.
|Enrollment requires a consultation with the manager sending the employee for the training. The prospective trainee needs to be qualified for the course and service transmission to the client location tested: bandwidth, firewall, base operating system, software requirements, web browser, and set up of machine exercises. SYS-ED reserves the right to deny enrollment in its courses.|
|SYS-ED Training on Compuware Mainframe Software|
|Communication Between Compuware and SYS-ED||SYS-ED Courses on Compuware Mainframe Software||IMS File-AID Software 1||
|SYS-ED Training Service - Student Course Evaluations|
|File-AID Family||TSO Xpediter||TSO/ISPF||z/OS JCL|
|Assembler Programming||COBOL Programming||VSAM||Mainframe Utilities and Development Tools Software|
|SYS-ED Distance-learning Service|
|Scarcity of Up to Date Industry Standard Textbooks 2||z/OS JCL Courseware
as a Learning Center
|COBOL Debugging with Abend-AID||File-AID for Analysts|
|File-AID: Db2||File-AID: IMS||CICS Xpediter||File-AID Batch|
|File-AID/RDX||File-AID: TSO||TSO: Xpediter||Guidelines and
|Mainframe Training Programs|
|Entry Level Mainframe||Assembler Language||COBOL Language||PL/1 Language|
Footnote 1A CETi technology partner provided tailored training on Compuware IMS File-AID software for IBM software developers; the course evaluations are on file with source contracting consulting company.
Neither IBM Corporation or Compuware provides a mainframe NRV: Nationally Recognized Vendor curriculum. In conjunction with teaching
industry standard and tailored courses, Computer Education Techniques has developed and incrementally refined its own courseware for teaching. These
curriculum are being prepared for submission and evaluation by the New York State Department of Education.