Traditional Classroom Training

Without a highly-trained IT staff, business can’t happen. In today’s technology-heavy environments, it’s important to partner with an IT training company you can trust.

Systems IT is committed to delivering the highest quality training on the most advanced technologies. This commitment extends into every aspect of our business. From the customer service representatives who can help you identify the most effective courses for your needs to the Vendor-Certified Instructors who lead every session; our goal is improving your business via training.

Our open enrollment courses cover popular technologies such as Cisco, Microsoft, VMware and more. IT Managers trust Systems to deliver leading-edge courses that prepare their staff for real-world situations on the job. This class to job transition requires instructors who go above and beyond the course books and labs to create an educational environment that caters to the unique needs of each student.

Traditional classrooms have been competing with the increasingly popular virtual classrooms ever since information technology started to develop. Online courses are an alternative to regular classrooms for students who want to obtain a degree cheaper and faster. However, many students consider traditional classrooms a more efficient way of learning and improving social skills.


Most students consider the traditional classroom environment beneficial for learning because they can interact with the teacher and their classmates. Especially for people who learn better through cooperative activities and group work, the possibility of asking questions and receiving immediate answers is important. Many students prefer face-to-face interactions to technology-mediated conversations. Some students need constant reassurance that what they do is correct and that they are going in the right direction, so they need feedback to keep them moving.


The learning atmosphere of the traditional classroom helps them to stay focused and keeps them motivated; unlike virtual classrooms, where procrastination can become a common attitude, traditional classrooms preserve a feeling of “now and here” all through the learning process


In a traditional classroom environment, learning begins with the teacher sharing his knowledge with students, proceeds with discussions between the teacher and the students and ends with the new information written in notebooks. For students of specializations that have nothing to do with technology, printed courses and books from the library are, in most cases, enough.