John Mason Institute offers training solutions for individual, corporate, and government clients. For the individual student we provide a low student-teacher ratio, hands-on learning, online resources, self-paced training, superior teachers, access to computer labs, and flexible payment options. For our corporate and government clients we offer training at one of our seven New Hampshire locations or on-site training, budget conscious pricing, and experienced instructors. John Mason Institute believes hands-on learning is the best way to support the theories and concepts taught in the classroom. Students are engaged in the learning process during their classes through various interactive techniques.
John Mason Institute, formerly TechMarket Training Inc., has been successfully involved in the higher education community for over a decade. Established in 1999, TechMarket Training provided high quality technical certificate programs to hundreds of successful candidates seeking their vendor established credentials in Microsoft Administration, CompTIA, Cisco Technologies, and more.
In January of 2010, TechMarket Training reorganized it’s management structure and became John Mason Institute. With the new school name and vision came the addition of a Business Management curriculum which included new certificate programs to include Project Management, IT Management, as well as all the Microsoft Office products that are used daily in today’s business environment.
John Mason Industries has also diversified with the addition of two prosperous divisions. JMI-Services provides short term and long term project management, facilitation, and technical services to organizations and government agencies throughout the United States. JMI-Testing Center has been in operation at the Nashua facility since late 2010 and is now contracted to proctor Technical, Healthcare, Government, and Food Industry certification tests for 6 of the major US testing facilitating companies. With the expansion of the Merrimack NH facility, the Testing Center will add 10 additional seats for testing purposes and is positioned to become one of New Hampshire’s premiere testing facilities.