Field Nation and CSI Partnership Connects a Leading IT Educator with Vibrant Work Marketplace

9.13.2013, Written by Annie Wang
CSI Website

When it comes to projects that require technical expertise, hands-on experience and a strong educational foundation, a certified technician provider has certain advantages over their non-certified peers. Certifications allow potential clients to quickly assess skill and find the service professional that best fits their needs.  Certifications tell others that you, the service pro, are committed to understanding the latest industry practices. Most importantly, certifications demonstrate to others that you know how to deliver results by providing the skills that clients value.

Computer Systems Institute, CSI, is a post-secondary education provider committed to quality, career-focused training.  With instruction led by enthusiastic professionals who are inspired to transform an individual into a skilled professional, CSI has over 20 years experience and 10,000 graduates.  CSI programs emphasize hands-on learning, industry current technologies, and preparation for professional certifications – critical perspectives needed for launching a career as an IT technician. While offering programs in Healthcare and Business, the Networking program offers courses and certifications of special interest to Field Nation users.  CSI offers certifications in:


  • CompTIA A+
  • MCTS – Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist
  • MCITP – Microsoft Certified IT Professional

Field Nation is pleased to welcome CSI and its vast alumni network to our growing IT marketplace.  Current CSI students and alumni can find a new CSI community group where they can network and share perspectives on advancing their profession.  Other Field Nation users can check out CSI’s training and professional development opportunities, including a Networking Career Program. These are linked on CSI’s new Field Nation page.

Please join us in welcoming CSI to the Field Nation family of partners and give them a follow!

written by Billy Cripe and Terri Nierengarten for FieldNation