The Bay Area Search Engine Academy has officially opened their enrollment and registration for approaching Search Engine Optimization classes and internet marketing training for companies. Registration is limited to fifteen people in each of the training classes being held in San Ramon and Santa Clara (near San Jose), California.
The Bay Area Search Engine Academy will start the SEO training by teaching a six-step process that apparently will help their students get started rapidly without having to know a lot of technological code. “Anyone can learn our six-step process and get results,” Petty adds. The rest of the week is spent learning techniques that can get a business listed on the search engines many different ways.
Each student is encouraged to bring a wireless-enabled laptop and work on either their own Web site or their client’s web site during the search engine optimization training class. All SEO training students are given class time to show problems to the other students, get affirmative feedback, and help the other search engine marketing training students taking the course.
The Bay Area Search Engine Academy is part of the larger Search Engine Academy, started by John Alexander and Robin Nobles many years ago. They teach a standardized curriculum at all their academies around the world.
Once a student has finished the workshop and passed the exam, they receive a certificate showing they have have a thorough understanding in search engine optimization. In addition, pupils can request nationally-recognized continuing education units (CEUs) through the University of Southern Mississippi (an additional $60 fee covers the cost of the paperwork).
Here are the upcoming dates:
* San Ramon – February 22-26, 2010
* San Jose/Santa Clara – March 22-26, 2010
* San Francisco – Coming Spring 2010
* Sacramento – Coming Summer 2010
Interested students can register online at the Bay Area Search Engine Academy’s registration page or contact them directly toll-free at (888) 807-5658.