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Leading SAFe®

EA Principals, Inc. @ 580 California St, San Francisco, CA 94104

During this two-day course, attendees will gain the knowledge necessary to lead a Lean-Agile enterprise by leveraging the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®), and its underlying principles derived from Lean, systems thinking, Agile development, product development flow, and DevOps. They will discuss the five competencies needed to become a Lean Enterprise. They will also learn and practice the skills for supporting and executing PI Planning events,...

Wednesday Nov 8th, 9am–5pm Pacific Time

 (2 sessions)


2 sessions

Architecting on AWS

American Management Association

Learn to identify services and features to build resilient, secure and highly available IT solutions on the AWS Cloud. Architecting on AWS is for solutions architects, solution-design engineers, and developers seeking an understanding of AWS architecting. In this course, you will learn to identify services and features to build resilient, secure and highly available IT solutions on the AWS Cloud. Architectural solutions differ depending on industry,...

Monday Oct 2nd, 8:30am–4:30pm Eastern Time

 (3 sessions)


3 sessions

AWS - Architecting on AWS

Future Media Concepts

Acquire fundamental skills for building IT infrastructure on AWS! The three-day course enables you to optimize AWS Cloud and understand how AWS services fit into cloud-based solutions. It explains AWS Cloud's best practices and design patterns for architecting optimal IT solutions on AWS. You learn to build a variety of infrastructures in guided, hands-on activities. The AWS Architect training also covers creating fledgling architectures and building...

Tuesday Oct 17th, 10am–5:30pm Eastern Time

 (3 sessions)


3 sessions

ITIL (Online)

Computer Training Source, Inc. @ Online Classroom

ITIL is the most widely adopted approach for IT Service Management in the world. It provides a practical, no-nonsense framework for identifying, planning, delivering and supporting IT services to the business. This class prepares you to sit for the ITIL Foundation certificate exam. Course Outline Unit 1: Introduction Topic A: Course Objectives Topic B: Certification Requirements Topic C: ITIL Qualification Scheme Unit 2: Service Management...

Tuesday Oct 10th, 9am–5pm Central Time

 (3 sessions)


3 sessions

ITIL® 4 Foundation

American Management Association

This course provides IT leaders, practitioners, support staff and staff interfacing with the organization’s digital and information systems functions with a practical understanding of the key concepts, common language, principles and practices that enable successful management of modern IT-enabled services. It also prepares delegates for the ITIL Foundation Certificate Examination. The course is based on the ITIL 4 best practice service value...

Monday Sep 25th, 11:30am–7:30pm Eastern Time

 (3 sessions)


3 sessions

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Certified ScrumMaster CSM

Concepts & Beyond Inc

Guaranteed to Run, Interactive and engaging style - sample video in more details Learn the foundations of scrum mastery. Ignite High Performing Teams with Scrum ScrumMasters - a heartbeat of effective Teams Effective Scrum isn't just applying theory or process - it's about creating space for a Team to collaborate and deliver value, effectively. Not just in person, but even when the interactions are virtual and online. If you're ready to learn...

Wednesday Sep 27th, 11am–3pm Eastern Time

 (3 sessions)


3 sessions

ITIL® 4 Foundations Certification


In this course, you will receive detailed information about how to manage information technology in the modern service economy. The framework of ITIL® 4 is put together based on proven practices of ITSM and goes further to cover other aspects of customer experience, digital transformation, and value streams while at the same time exploring new working approaches like DevOps, Lean, and Agile. In this course, you’ll get to explore complete IT/digital...

Monday Nov 6th, 8am–4pm Pacific Time

 (2 sessions)


2 sessions

Application Security with Snyk

cPrime @ Virtual Classroom

Protect your application from malicious attacks from the start with Snyk a software intelligence product designed to help you find security vulnerabilities in your products. Security is one of the major pillars of your application, without this pillar, the chances of your application crumbling are high. The reason to focus more on security right from the earliest stages is simple: in order to stay secure, you need to get security right every...

Thursday Oct 26th, 10am–6pm Eastern Time

 (2 sessions)


2 sessions

AWS - Technical Essentials

Future Media Concepts

Learn the foundations of AWS cloud computing, storage, and networking! The one-day course helps you understand AWS products, services, and common solutions. It covers the fundamentals of identifying AWS services and enables you to make informed decisions about IT solutions as per your business requirements. The AWS Technical Essentials training could be helpful for anyone willing to explore the AWS certification path. Note: Lab time available only...

Monday Oct 16th, 10am–5:30pm Eastern Time

AWS Technical Essentials

TLG Learning

In this course, you will be introduced to AWS products, services, and common solutions with demos, knowledge checks, and hands-on lab activities. You will learn the basic fundamentals to become more proficient in AWS and be empowered to make informed decisions about IT solutions based on business requirements. Outline: Lesson 1 : Introduction and History of AWS Lesson 2 : AWS Foundational Services: EC2, VPC, S3, EBS Lesson 3 : AWS Security,...

Monday Oct 16th, 6:30am–2:30pm Eastern Time

Agile Project Management (ICP-APM)

cPrime @ Virtual Classroom

In this Agile Project Management training course you will learn advanced project management skills to help you, the servant leader of your Agile teams, enable your team(s) to deliver what your customers want faster and with better quality than ever before! This is an advanced course for those who are already familiar with agile methodologies who wish to take their skills in Project Management for Agile Teams to the next level. All of the Agile Project...

Wednesday Oct 4th, 12–4:30pm Eastern Time

 (3 sessions)


3 sessions

Collaborating and Communicating Agile Requirements

American Management Association

Rapidly changing business environments and priorities may have some incomplete or inaccurate requirements documentation. This onsite seminar would demonstrate alternative ways of documenting requirements and managing changes. Your staff will explore alternative ways that can allow for a leaner process in projects and reap the benefits without sacrificing project time, cost or quality. They will gain hands-on experience with techniques for gathering...

Monday Oct 23rd, 12–4:30pm Eastern Time

 (3 sessions)


3 sessions

Product Manager Certificate

Product School @ Online Class

Product Manager Certification (PMC)™ Land your first Product Management job by building the skills you need to get hired and succeed. Overview Land your dream Product Management job! Breaking into Product Management is hard—excelling at the job is even harder. To succeed as a Product Manager, you need to be strategic, influence without authority, manage processes tactfully, and generate insights; each alone is challenging, but mastering...

Tuesday Sep 26th, 8am–2pm Pacific Time

 (12 sessions)


12 sessions

Agile Testing (ICP-TST)

cPrime @ Virtual Classroom

Building on traditional risk-based test practice we are now challenged by incremental delivery. To address but not inhibit Agility, we examine concepts like pair testing and strengthening relationships in a team setting to build a sense of common purpose. Working in parallel with developers eliminates hand-offs and late stage testing, and enables incremental confirmed component delivery. This program builds on what we know and adapts to what we...

Wednesday Oct 18th, 12–4:30pm Eastern Time

 (3 sessions)


3 sessions

Programming in C# (20483)

Fast Lane - New York

Course Overview This five- day training course teaches developers the programming skills that are required to create applications using the C# language. During their five days in the classroom, students review the basics of C# program structure, language syntax, and implementation details, and then consolidate their knowledge throughout the week as they build an application that incorporates several features of .NET. The course aims to follow the...

Monday Oct 2nd, 9am–5pm Eastern Time

 (5 sessions)


5 sessions

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Best IT Classes in San Francisco

Introduced by the Harvard Business Review in 1958, the term “information technology,” or IT, applies to a variety of work roles involving both technology and business. Through the use of networks, computers, and other technology, IT professionals guide business decisions and help companies operate more efficiently. While related to computer science, IT is distinct in its focus on business, while computer science emphasizes creating digital products and systems. Many companies today even have dedicated IT departments full of workers who maintain the company’s applications, computers, networks, and cybersecurity. 

IT is a wildly diverse field encompassing numerous electronic activities, but it can be broken down into several high-paying subfields. In the cybersecurity division, workers focus solely on the upkeep of electronic security, while IT support professionals troubleshoot problems with software and hardware. Others work primarily with data: analyzing, processing, safely storing, and transmitting it. While some work alone, the majority of IT professionals work with a multi-talented team who can solve problems from multiple angles.

Planning for a long-term IT career? Give yourself the best shot at success by attending a local IT class or bootcamp. In addition to learning how to work with both hardware and software, your class can even get you up to speed on additional subjects you’ll need to know for your career. Depending on your chosen path, these might include network administration, business analytics, telecommunications, or database design and management.

Best IT Classes & Schools in San Francisco

San Francisco’s incredibly gifted IT community has made learning IT skills easier than ever by providing classes for every IT topic and learning style. Whether you’re simply looking for a brief beginner introduction or hoping to start an intensive career training program, you’ll be able to choose from a huge variety of courses offered both online and in-person. 

As one of the top resources for remote learners, Noble Desktop is your one-stop shop for every type of IT class. With shorter courses, such as the popular Excel Bootcamp, focused on one topic, and comprehensive certificates that explore many skills, you can take your training at whatever pace you need to succeed. In thorough courses like the Software Engineering Certificate and Data Analytics Certificate, you’ll build skills through hands-on practice while working one-on-one with an expert mentor. 

If cybersecurity is your dream career, you can prepare to become a Cybersecurity Analyst or Microsoft Security Operations Analyst by attending courses at TLG Learning. In addition to their online career training courses, they offer classes designed to train professionals to succeed at certification exams such as the CompTIA Security+ Certification Exam and the Network+ Certification Exam (N10-008). If you’re interested in exploring outside of cybersecurity, TLG also offers courses on other IT subtopics including Architecting on AWS and Excel.

Training for a career in big data? You can develop data analysis skills without leaving home when you participate in live online seminars through The American Management Association

After completing their beginner course, Data Analysis Fundamentals: A Hands-on Workshop, you can start utilizing Advanced Tools and Techniques for Data Analysis in their upper-level class.

Are you wondering if you can start preparing for an IT career before graduating from high school? With NextGen Bootcamp, you can begin building marketable skills by participating in online summer courses such as the Python: Data Science And Machine Learning Bootcamp

If you prefer a formally structured style of class, consider taking an online course at the Borough of Manhattan Community College. There, you can just as easily explore software in courses like Linux+ as you can learn about hardware in Introduction to Computers (A+ Certification). Additionally, you’ll have no trouble finding classes on all sorts of IT subtopics, from machine learning and Python Data Analysis to (AWS) Academy Cloud Architecting

San Francisco Industries That Use IT

There are thousands of businesses across San Francisco that are looking for IT professionals to help them smooth out operations and increase sales. Because of the positive impact IT services have on profits and data security, IT has become an essential building block in San Francisco’s key industries. You’ll find IT professionals working in industries like tech and business services as well as finance and healthcare. 


Host to household names like Apple, Microsoft, and Google, San Francisco supports over 300 IT firms and more than 70,000 IT professionals. This incredibly gifted workforce is the reason San Francisco was selected as a Tier One city for tech talent, next to Seattle and New York City.


Surpassed only by the internet sector of IT, healthcare receives more investments than any other industry in San Francisco. The city’s thriving HealthTech network offers plenty of work for IT workers who can manage data, provide natural language processing (NLP), and prevent cybercrime. San Francisco proudly claims its heritage as home of biotech by hosting more than 300 Life Science firms, along with research institutions at UC Berkeley, Stanford University, UC San Francisco, and the University of San Francisco. In addition to working one-on-one with healthcare facilities such as UCSF Medical Center and Abbott Laboratories, many IT professionals find work at local HealthTech companies like Vir Biotechnology. 


San Francisco is the West Coast’s most important focal point for financial services and entertains 30 of the largest international banks in America. Along with locally prestigious institutions like Silicon Valley Bank, IT professionals can digital systems, manage data, and provide cybersecurity for major banking organizations like JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo, and Goldman Sachs. 

IT Jobs & Salaries in San Francisco

Since IT solves problems in all industries, IT professionals are needed everywhere. In 2020, demand was so high that companies paid over 3.6 trillion dollars for IT services, and that demand will likely continue to swell by 11% through 2029. Furthermore, Jobs in IT fields are generally high-paying, flexible, and come with plenty of job security. 

The average IT worker earns approximately $100,000 each year, roughly $55,000 more than workers in other industries. However, IT is such a manifold industry, and it’s not uncommon to see workers with different job titles earning different salaries. For example, most Business Analysts in Seattle yield salaries of $99,000 per year, while Data Engineers earn $155,000. Additionally, more experience also equates to higher pay. Thus, IT Support Technicians who start at just $84,000 per year can raise their salaries to $125,000 after proving their proficiency. 

While most people associate IT with support alone, the field offers an array of satisfying careers for people with different talents. The highest-paying roles include titles like Cybersecurity Engineer, IT Director, IT Director, Software Engineer, IT Project Manager, System Administrator, Data Analyst, and Application Manager. 

If you’ve finished your training and are ready to land a job, you can fast-track your job search by looking for relevant openings on websites like Indeed, ZipRecruiter, and Glassdoor. You can make your search more intentional by using keywords such as the following:

  • Information Technology
  • Software
  • DevOps
  • FinTech
  • HealthTech
  • ​​Cybersecurity
  • Blockchain
  • Big Data
  • Cloud Computing
  • Digital Media
  • User Experience (UX) Design
  • Web Development
  • Business Services
  • AdTech
  • Ecommerce
  • Artificial intelligence (AI)
  • Augmented/Virtual Reality
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Machine Learning (ML)