NetCom Learning's New Washington DC Location Will Enable Substantial Growth for the Company in 2012
New York, NY - January 6, 2012 - NetCom Learning, the leader in IT and business training, has seen the success of their new location since the grand opening on December 12th in Arlington, Virginia. NetCom has trained approximately 40 students only in the first week of its opening in Washington DC. Not only were the students enamored by the brand new facility, but they were also very pleased with the classes and the NetCom staff.
There is an increased demand for IT security related learning programs in the DC area. NetCom Learning plans to offer its top notch IT security training classes such as Security+, CISSP and CEH, to prepare companies for these security risks. NetCom Learning also provides more than 1,000 IT and "soft skills" business training courses. With all of these offerings, NetCom Learning is poised to become one of the top providers for all Government IT and business learning programs in the DC area. NetCom Learning has served a very prestigious group of clients, including Lockheed Martin, the Department of Defense, the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI.
Chairman and CEO Russell Sarder emphasized that NetCom Learning would be able to service more clients in line with its mission -- continue to grow the company profitably every year by becoming the most trusted and respected learning organization. "We are very excited about the new location and the success it has had over one month. This location will be very successful in 2012. The students are happy about it and so are we," said Sarder. NetCom Learning is further projecting a 70%-100% revenue increase in the DC metro area in 2012.
This new location is specifically designed to reach out to NetCom Learning's major clients who are located in the DC region. However, it is only a 15-minute drive from the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport -- making the commute easy for out-of-state clients as well. It is in a prime location, and it is serviced by all major public transportation. The surrounding area offers plenty of hotels and fine dining options within walking distance. Furthermore, the facility will also have a Testing Center -- so students can immediately obtain a certification once they've completed their training.
Sarder has both the present day and the future in mind with this new facility. "It's positioned NetCom Learning for major revenue growth in the coming years," Sarder concluded.
To learn more about NetCom Learning, visit: http://www.netcomlearning.com