IT challenges and solutions for a nonprofit for adults seeking a career in the Electrical Construction industry.
Nonprofit IT Challenge
The nonprofit apprenticeship center is located in Indiana and provides adults with apprenticeship programs and training to start their career in the electrical field. The organization has a back-office, six trainers, and a computer lab.
The nonprofit educates apprentices through supervised training and relevant classroom instructions. Completing the theoretical training takes hundreds of hour of practice in the nonprofit’s labs and computers where students can hone their skills before going out in the field. The in-class training portion of the apprenticeship requires many computers with users who will regularly switch computers with other students.
The biggest issues they struggle with are as follows:
The nonprofit organization reached out to us due to our specialization in nonprofit IT Support services, fast response times and affordable rates. Our team started by analyzing their current IT setup, evaluating their workflow and noting on improvements to the IT infrastructure.
We put together a plan of what would help serve more apprentices, leverage security and provide a reliable data backup strategy.