Byte Back offers FREE TECH TRAINING in Washington, DC and Prince George’s County, Maryland. Beginner courses start with email lessons and move up a pathway to official Microsoft and IT certifications. At Byte Back, you will get the skills you need to get hired!
How to Register
We host in-person registration and Info Sessions for beginner, intermediate, and advanced certification courses throughout the year. With a full pathway of computer training, you can find the course that’s right for you.
See the Info Session schedule below. Don’t see the class you’re looking for? Explore all of our class options, and fill out an interest form for the level that’s right for you. We’ll email you when there are classes and spots available.
You must pass an assessment to qualify for intermediate and advanced certification courses. You must also pass an in-person interview with admissions staff to qualify for advanced courses.
NOTE: You must be able to sign into your email as part of the assessment.
Prospective students need the following to register:
- Government-Issued Photo ID
- Proof of Social Security – Social Security card, W-2 form*
- Birth Certificate, Passport, or Voter Registration Card*
*Students who enroll in a class at a DC Public Library do not need to provide these documents.
Registration Events for DC Certification Classes
Get information and take the first step toward enrolling in Byte Back’s FREE training pathway, starting with intermediate training and leading to the IT Professional Track or Administrative Professional Track – click here to learn more about Byte Back Professional Tracks. These classes will being in January 2019. This Info Session is the first step on your pathway to a new living-wage career working with tech!
Please register at this link to attend an Information and Testing Session. You must be a DC resident, attend an Information and Testing Session, meet eligibility requirements, pass an assessment, and successfully interview to register for this advanced course.
Note: These classes are for DC residents only – you must bring a government-issued ID to the Info Session. Maryland residents should call the Byte Back office for more information about classes for non-DC residents.