TCCI's greatest strength is that we are "systems" people, able to become subject matter experts (SMEs) on many facets of a system (whether a single software or hardware module, an entire operating system or server, or a network of devices) in a very short time, then developing and delivering relevant courseware on the requisite pieces.
Our team has developed the skills to do this quickly and with precision because of our long and rich background in the fields of computer science and instructional development combined with plenty of practical classroom delivery experience. With every resource having 20+ years of experience, we have developed and delivered very successful courses targeted at the full spectrum of technology students:
We are also able to develop and deliver tangential training for non-technical learners, from administrative assistants using productivity applications to first and second-line managers focusing on planning and plan execution.
Another strength is our broad experience working with organizations ranging from one-person small businesses to Fortune 100 global organizations and state and federal agencies, including the IRS, NSA, NHS, etc. Whether you need personal or small-group coaching, intensive laboratory mentoring, traditional classroom delivery, or large-scale training or seminar presentations for hundreds of learners in person or online, TCCI can fill the bill.
Finally, TCCI is well positiond to develop and deliver courses that involve strategic planning. Because of our exposure to a wide range of technologies, products and organizations, our team has broad insight into the pros and cons of many popular technology trends. For example, our organization has been working on projects involving VMware and other virtualization technologies for several years now. And we recently completed a project involving cloud-based services. The insights gained stem from our systems-level core competency coupled with real-world applications enable us to develop and deliver strategic planning courses targeted at executive decision makers.