Today’s students need tomorrow’s skills, but keeping up with the Digital Economy isn’t easy.
Trilogy is a Continuing Education Program Manager (CEPM) for the world’s leading universities. We create and manage skills-based training programs that are university-run, student-tested, and employer-approved.
Last year, U.S. companies struggled to fill more than 1.3 million job openings—just in software development. To develop their skills, thousands of students are turning to alternative credential programs when they could be turning to you. Traditional universities need a non-traditional approach to career education.
That’s why there’s Trilogy.
Trilogy Education Services is a Continuing Education Program Manager (CEPM). Our mission is to empower universities to prepare students for high-growth careers in the Digital Economy. We create and manage skills-based training programs, each of which is individually designed to meet the needs of regional employers and to ensure that students graduate with both the technical skills and personal confidence needed to succeed in their careers.
We believe that there are multiple ways to learn skills, but only one place to gain the most relevant, valuable experience–universities. Trilogy combines experienced instructors, innovative employers, and top universities to design each and every program. This is serious intellectual horsepower and, working together, we create the most advanced, cutting-edge training programs, with the jobs to back them up.
Flexible and Market-Driven
We know you have a reputation of quality to uphold. That’s why our programs integrate easily into your institution. Working with Trilogy, you develop and deliver skills-based training programs that meets the unique demands of local employers and students.
Student Tested. Employer Approved
What good is a training program if it doesn’t lead to new opportunities? Our programs incorporate employer feedback into all aspects of the program. From curriculum development, to student mentoring, and more, Trilogy is helping to re-shape the modern workforce. In fact, employers work side-by-side with students to design practical solutions to real-company challenges.