Ready or Not?

Do you desire to set your son or daughter on a path of success? Do you want them to have a set of tangible, income-producing skills? Just as you can’t flip a switch to make a person mature, skills don’t happen by themselves.

When ITonRamp began in 2011, it was Nathan’s desire to equip young people with income-producing skills. He wanted them to be prepared for entering the workplace; he wanted them to be free of debt; and he wanted them to enter marriage without financial worries. Four years later, the vision is still strong.

DSC_2836Maybe you’ve been thinking about options for your young person this summer. The A+ is an industry-recognized credential for desktop technicians. Simply put, the 12-week A+ course will teach the ins and outs of computer hardware, repair, maintenance, the Windows operating system, software, networking, and security. A+ comes to life as students watch a live weekly webinar, study course materials, answer questions, and apply what they’ve learned through practical hands-on experience. We’ve not only had young men and young ladies take the course, but dads, wishing to change vocations!

Nathan is an incredible teacher and mentor, having worked in the field for 20 years. He has real-life experience.

We currently have one A+ scheduled this year, and the course begins in two weeks, June 2nd, and finishes in August.

Read thoughts from two A+ students.

What would you say to other young people considering A+?

That it will be tough, but it will be well worth it. If you are planning your career, this is where you will need to start. Patrick

If you are considering a career in IT, it is extremely important. It is one of the basic foundational, certifications that you can get. It’s also helpful just in a home environment. Gabriel

“This is the day which the LORD hath made;
we will rejoice and be glad in it.”
Psalm 118:24

6 thoughts on “Ready or Not?”

  1. I absolutely LOVE the pic!!!! What a beautiful family!!! Was it taken by the Aunties’ play set? 🙂 😉

  2. Would this be a “first” good course for someone who hasn’t had a lot of experience with computer work but does know the basics? Thanks.

    Probably not. Computer Essentials would be the best: The Computer Essentials course is July 13th. You can also check out the Scope of A+ by going to this link,, and then clicking Scope. That should give you a good idea of what we cover.

  3. I highly recommend Nathan’s classes to anyone looking for computer skills and knowledge. We had a great experience taking the Home Track class and learned so much!

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