SYS-ED Training Service and IBM
|IBM Mainframe Software Environment|
|Computer Education Techniques and SYS-ED have provided training services for IBM in the 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.
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 hands-on machine exercises. SYS-ED reserves the right to deny enrollment in its courses.
|SYS-ED and IBM Corporation - Mainframe Training Services|
|CICS Transaction Server||IMS File-AID Software 1||Attendance and Evaluation: |
SYS-ED DB2 and CICS courses. 2
|IBM - COBOL Training Program|
|IBM - DYL-280(VISION:RESULTS)||IBM - REXX||IBM - Spiffy||IBM - WebSphere MQ|
|SYS-ED Mainframe Environment - Student Course Evaluations|
|Assembler Programming||CLIST and REXX Programming||COBOL Programming||VSAM|
|CICS Transaction Server||DB2 Relational Database||UNIX and Linux||WebSphere MQ Middleware|
|Scarcity of Up to Date Mainframe Textbooks and Courseware|
and SYS-ED Mission
|CETi Review and Extension
Courseware and IBM
|Teaching WebSphere MQ for the NRV: Nationally Recognized Vendor 3|
|Mainframe Courseware and CETi Courseware as a Learning Center|
|z/OS JCL Courseware and Legacy Programming Languages||PL/1 Programming Courseware and IBM System Software Environment||Mainframe Training Aids|
|Mainframe Training Programs|
|Entry Level Mainframe||Assembler Programming||COBOL Programming||Java Programming|
|PL/1 Programming||CICS Transaction Server||z/OS Operations and System Programming||UNIX and Linux|
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 the source contracting consulting company.
Footnote 2IBM personnel audited SYS-ED CICS and DB2 courses conducted through the USDA Graduate School; this information was reported by David Silverberg and Jonathon Clarke.
|IBM Corporation does not provide 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.|