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Cybersecurity Job Training Program Announcement

New Cybersecurity Job Training Program Announcement

In 2022 the US will have an estimated 265,000 more Cybersecurity jobs than skilled workers.  To help prepare the future workforce LeapFox is pleased to announce a Cybersecurity job training program.  The program lasts three months and gives participants the opportunity to earn three recognized Cybersecurity industry certifications:

  • CompTIA Security+
  • ISC2 Certification Information Systems Security Professional CISSP
  • EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker CEH
Training will be in the evening Monday-Thursday from 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm.  The next program start date is August 13, 2018 .

 Hands-on Learning

The training program will feature many hands-on learning opportunities–particularly in the CEH course where participants will learn to use hacking tools of the trade.

GI Bill Approved

The Cybersecurity program is approved for GI-bill funding.  The training is considered full-time school by the VA and qualifies for 100% Basic Housing Allowance stipend BHA. 


Participants should have the CompTIA A+ and Net+ certifications–or approximately two years of working experience. 

Great Career Opportunities

Cybersecurity analysts have a lot of great career opportunities.   In the US the median starting salary for a data-security analyst is $121,000.  For an information-systems security manager, it’s $137,000. 


Q. Are these classroom live courses?
A.  Yes, the courses are held live at the Meridian, Idaho training center.

Q. Can students participate remote?
A. Yes, students can join the class from a remote location.

Q. How much does the program cost? 
A. The full program, which includes one exam voucher for each course, is $10,950.  Individual components (Security+, CISSP, CEH) of the course may be taken for less. 

Q. Are scholarship seats available?
Q. Yes, we have partial and full-time scholarship seats available. To fill out an application visit

Scott Galloway
Program Director

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