Monday, January 17, 2022

Introducing Certifications from IT Service Provider University

Great Little Seminar has been training IT consultants on managed services and more since 2013. That's when I offered my first class on Standard Operating Procedures. Beginning immediately, we are now

IT Service Provider University

Please plan to join us for an introductory webinar: 

January 25th

11:00 AM Pacific / 2:00 PM Eastern

Register now for the Zoom webinar! 

Please watch the short announcement video.

You can also learn more by exploring

More than a name change: We have certifications!

We have moved over all of our classes and student logon information from our Great Little Seminar site. So if you've ever taken classes from us, you should be able to log in and view your course history.

We have also added quizzes to the old courses. So, you can access the courses you've taken and now complete the associated quizzes. Very soon we'll be adding certifications associated with all courses.

We have a GREAT selection of courses - twenty in all. This really has become the greatest source of information you can find on building a successful and profitable IT business.

AND our instructors include some of the brightest and most successful people in the SMB IT community. Every course is guaranteed to be many times what you pay for it.

One successful exam qualified you as an ITSPU Certified Professional.

We have five pathways to success, based one the various departments in your business:

  • Technician (service delivery)
  • Management/Ownership
  • Service Management
  • Sales and Marketing
  • Front Office/Admin

If you complete the right combination of FIVE certification exams within a pathway, you will be an ITSPU Certified Specialist. For each Pathway, there are core (required) exams and general exams.

Join the webinar next week - We'll explain the details and take all of your questions.

And we'll see you January 25th.

Action Steps:
1) Register for the webinar
2) Watch that quick video
3) Join us on January 25th


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