Workforce Wayne – $2000 available for Information Technology Training


Up to $2000 available for Information Technology training, made possible through funding from the Pike/Wayne Business Education Partnership, facilitated by Workforce Wayne

Wayne and Pike County, PA, August 25, 2010 —A recent state grant to Workforce Wayne has made possible new computer training for Wayne and Pike County businesses and individuals. Up to $2000 can be reimbursed for CompTIA A+ and CompTIA Net+ training, including included a CompTIA A+ certification test. New Horizons Computer Learning Center will provide the training in the Wayne and Pike County region.

This training is something new and exciting that is coming to Wayne and Pike Counties. CompTIA is the IT industry’s largest developer of vendor-neutral IT certification exams. Their certifications are recognized worldwide as a trusted indicator of qualified and competent professionals in the IT industry. Since establishing their certification program in 1993, more than 1 million people have earned a CompTIA certification.

To reserve your space today contact Heather Musanti at New Horizons Computer Learning Center via phone at 570-602-2729 or e-mail

New Horizons Computer Learning Centers of Wilkes-Barre/Scranton has been a local presence for 10 years. They are a locally owned and operated training facility located in Pittston, PA, and offer training at their locations, as well as provided training onsite for businesses within the area. New Horizons is the world’s largest independent IT training company. New Horizons of Scranton | Wilkes-Barre | Allentown | Reading delivers a full range of technology and business skills training from basic application, desktop productivity tools, and complex IT systems.

Workforce Wayne is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to create a more effective workforce delivery system through developing career opportunities; strengthening the skills of the workforce; and supporting lifelong learning in Wayne and Pike Counties.  The initiative is innovative in nature – calling for collaboration, communication, and cooperation of many “non-traditional” workforce entities – and regional in that it encompasses the entire county and includes regional partners, such as the Pocono Counties Workforce Investment Board and NEPA Alliance. Included in the Workforce Wayne model are business, education, government, economic development, employment services, and community entities. Since its inception in 2005, more than 100 entities have participated.

For additional information, Contact: Heather Musanti at New Horizons Computer Learning Center via phone at 570-602-2729 or e-mail, or Jennifer Porter of Workforce Wayne via phone at 570-253-5334 or e-mail