• Professional Development

    CTP's has a highly structured and highly effective approach to professional development and job search.

  • Computer Technician Training

    High tech training, networking, virtualization, and cloud services. Fully updated instructor-led remote sessions. Dedicated datacenter access.

  • CTP's History

    In 1974, CTP had an intensive computer programing class that was highly successful. Employers considered CTP's graduates equally qualified as traditional CS university graduates of the time.

  • Instructor Led Remote Classes

    Our entire program has been revamped for the COVID era and beyond. Access classes, learning materials, and our data center from anywhere.

Join the CTP Family!

Since 1974, Computer Technologies Program has provided over one million hours of training and support for thousands of people with disabilities taking steps toward their career goals. We work hand-in-hand with the Department of Rehabilitation so there is no cost for our program’s participants and they have access to a wide range of support services.

Recent Posts

And Now for Something Completely Delightful

After I finished my last blog about taxes, I thought I’d explore something more fun. Something visually pleasing. Something inspiring. It didn’t take long to find, and I enjoyed it so much I wanted to share it with you. What I found are some websites featuring a wide variety of art by artists with a wide variety of disabilities.  Really gorgeous stuff!  …

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Free Tax Preparation Help

I don’t know anyone who looks forward to doing their taxes, but fortunately for us, there’s a small army of volunteers out there waiting to help us–and for free, no less.  So what excuse do we have to procrastinate? Free tax preparation services are offered by various organizations, usually  targeting low-to-moderate income families and elderly taxpayers.  However, each organization has its own qualifications and …

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“Skills to Pay the Bills”

On the one hand, companies throughout the country agree that “soft skills” such as punctuality,  verbal communications, and working productively with others are essential to getting hired and staying hired.  On the other hand, recent surveys of employers also indicate that nearly three-quarters of high school graduates are deficient in these basic skills. In order to address this need, the Office of Disability Employment …

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The Inside Track on Federal Jobs

There are two ways to apply for a federal job, competitively and non-competitively.  The usual route most job seekers go is the competitive route by searching the official government jobs website USAJOBS. And that’s fine. But there’s also a lesser known way for people (including veterans) with disabilities to apply for federal jobs through a non-competitive hiring process called Schedule A.  As …

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Broadband Rebate

If are a California resident and have signed up for a new broadband account  in the past 12 months, you may be eligible for a $30 rebate from the Center for Accessible Technology (CforAT).   Not bad, huh? You can even take it a step further, if you choose, and  help kids with disabilities get access to technology by donating your rebate to CforAT’s Open Resource …

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