K12HSN Releases Technology Training RFP

  Thursday, February 2, 2017

K12HSN is seeking bidders to propose technology training in the area of network management.

The K-12 High Speed Network (K12HSN) program was selected to lead the work focused on assisting members of school district staff working in network management. The K12HSN has developed an implementation plan for the Technical Assistance and Professional Development (TAPD) program.  K12HSN, after conducting a needs assessment and consulting with peer advisors and stakeholders, has identified a significant need for professional development in the areas of network management and network security.

An important next step is for the K12HSN to identify one or more vendors to conduct regional and statewide training. Using this Request for Proposals (RFP), K12HSN seeks information and proposals for delivery of on-site and remote professional development activities to support the advancement of skills of technical staff members at school districts and county offices of education. Appropriate trainings will focus on network programming, administration, and management.

The plan to deliver statewide support will require an array of various training topics such as LAN/WAN configuration, Switches & Routing, CompTIA Network+, CompTIA Security+, etc. The K12HSN seeks skilled partners to assist in delivering the services needed to effectively support California's schools, districts, and county offices of education. This RFP invites vendors specializing in technical training to propose on-site and remotely delivered sessions to meet existing needs.

Select the following link to access the RFP documents: https://tinyurl.com/jkzdqad .