After attending classes as a student in New Horizons’ pilot career retraining program, James began his career at New Horizons in 1998. He is now one of New Horizons’ longest tenured trainers.
He attended his first college computer programming course (BASIC Programming) in 1981, built personal computers and business PC system networks, and worked as a database and computer applications programming consultant since the 1980’s.
During his tenure at New Horizons, James has traveled to various locations to train many New Horizons clients, including military organizations and large Fortune 500 companies.
Training based on guidelines and best practices, James provides real-world examples that students identify with. Technical courses are taught with hands-on practice labs for real solutions students face, rather than simply following a step-by-step guidelines. James believes this allows students to take theoretical concepts and apply them to their own personal and professional lives.
“I add TRAINING VALUE, for those who VALUE TRAINING!”