New Horizons provides information technology training, and it operates hundreds of training centers worldwide. As of 2015, it is the official training partner for Microsoft, Cisco and CompTIA.
New Horizons offers both corporate and government training. The organization offers training solutions for small, medium and large enterprises. New Horizons delivers courses online and in conventional classroom settings. In 1998, it offered virtual IT training for the first time. Students receive one-on-one support and can study at their own pace.
Since the instructors of New Horizons possess solid understanding of issues important to military services, they can provide training for the employees of governmental agencies. New Horizons can help virtually every government department and agency maximize efficiency and satisfy the latest legislative requirements, notes the company's website.
The organization’s GSA Schedule offers U.S. federal buyers one of the most commonly used federal acquisition vehicles. The schedule enables fast and easy procurement for training.
The government team at New Horizons can thoroughly train the personnel of the Department of Defense to comply with the exact certification requirements of Directive 8570. New Horizons also offers Continuous Education training to renew certifications and further sharpen skills.
In 1982, New Horizons became the first firm to provide desktop application training. In 1994, New Horizons became the biggest network of Microsoft-Authorized Technical Education Centers, as it expanded its operations to Africa, South America, Asia and the Middle East.