MCITP Server Administrator Training Courses in Seattle Washington

Seattle is a beautiful city and home to many security companies. Being a technology-oriented city we've held many courses in Seattle for specific companies. We don't have any public courses on the calendar, so if you're interested in our training, please let us know asap and our account reps will accommodate as best as possible.

Since 1997 Intense School has been a leader in providing Microsoft training for busy IT professionals in the United States, and has been a Microsoft Learning Partner through most of its history. We are known for the best trainers in the industry, we take pride in our team of warrior class boot camp instructors who have an unparalleled blend of hands-on real world experience as well as the uncanny ability to communicate very complex systems with ease and passion. Without a doubt, our customers know us for having the top tier of instructional expertise. Intense School is a Microsoft Learning Solutions Partner that offers the following Official Microsoft Authorized MCITP Boot Camps:

Companies in Seattle we've worked with:

  • Alaska Airlines
  • Antioch University Seattle
  • Bank of America
  • Boeing Company
  • CRI Career Training
  • Deloitte & Touche
  • Harborview Medical Center
  • IDX Systems Corp.
  • Inside Intelligence
  • King County - KCSO
  • Lasher Holzapfel
  • Merrill Gardens
  • Ogden Murphy Wallace
  • Protiviti
  • symantec
  • u.s. coast guard
  • University of Washington
  • Vulcan Inc
  • Washington Mutual

"I commend InfoSec Institute on the out-of-the-box thinking that goes into creating a training program to teach something that is so misunderstood. The instructor's knowledge of the information was exceptional. He presented the topics in a way that was accessible to even the most laymen of user. There was an incredible amount of information, but Keatron maintained focus and we were able to absorb a great deal of it through labs and exercises. The most rewarding of the exercises were the CTFs, pitting one side of the class against the other. I would definitely take another course"
William Clark
Department Of State