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  • 1. 1 10:59 am, Dec 15, 2009 SetFocus • Catalog 2009 | 2010 • www.setfocus.com SetFocus • 4 Century Drive, Parsippany, NJ • www.setfocus.com
  • 2. 2 Table of Contents Table of Contents .................................................................................... 2 About SetFocus........................................................................................ 4 About The Master’s Program® ............................................................. 5 Career Services and Development ........................................................ 5 Career Services .............................................................................................................................5 Placement Services .......................................................................................................................5 Student Faculty Ratio ............................................................................ 5 Facility...................................................................................................... 5 Campus Facility ............................................................................................................................5 Classrooms ....................................................................................................................................5 The GRID®....................................................................................................................................5 Educational Equipment .......................................................................... 5 Virtual Machine ............................................................................................................................5 GRID Equipment and Set-Up .......................................................................................................5 Technical Support .........................................................................................................................5 Admissions Selection Process ................................................................. 6 Entrance Requirements .................................................................................................................6 Admission Requirements ..............................................................................................................6 Enrollment Deadlines....................................................................................................................6 Tuition and Fees ...................................................................................... 6 The GRID Rental Fee ...................................................................................................................6 Transfer Policy and Fee ................................................................................................................6 Withdrawal Policy.........................................................................................................................6 Financial Aid............................................................................................ 6 Attendance Policies ................................................................................. 6 Attendance ....................................................................................................................................6 Leave of Absence ..........................................................................................................................6 Cuts ...............................................................................................................................................6 Tardiness .......................................................................................................................................6 Student Conduct Policies........................................................................ 7 Sexual Harassment ........................................................................................................................7 Cheating ........................................................................................................................................7 Penalties ........................................................................................................................................7 Grading and Academic Progress Standards ......................................... 7 Makeup Work ................................................................................................................................7 Graduation Requirements .............................................................................................................8 Conditions for Readmission..........................................................................................................8 Recording Withdrawal from Course .............................................................................................8 Grievance Procedure .....................................................................................................................8 Probation .......................................................................................................................................8 Minimum Academic Standards .....................................................................................................8 SetFocus • Catalog 2009 | 2010 • www.setfocus.com
  • 3. 3 Table of Contents (continued) The Master’s Program: .NET Training Track ..................................... 9 The Master’s Program: SQL Server Training Track .........................11 The Master’s Program: Business Intelligence Training Track ......... 13 The Master’s Program: SharePoint Training Track ......................... 15 Accrediation and Membership ............................................................ 17 SetFocus Staff and Faculty................................................................... 17 Holidays ................................................................................................. 18 Academic Calendar 2009 | 2010 ........................................................... 18 Application for SetFocus Master’s Program ...................................... 20 This Catalog was prepared on the basis of the best information available at the time of publication. All information, including statements of course descriptions, curriculum, admission and graduation requirements, and financial aid, is subject to revision. SetFocus, therefore, reserves the right to change the requirements and regulations contained in this document with adequate notice and communication. SetFocus • Catalog 2009 | 2010 • www.setfocus.com
  • 4. 4 About SetFocus Since 1997, SetFocus has been a leader in selecting, training and placing Microsoft professionals nationwide. Working with a network of industry experts, SetFocus identifies areas where IT skill gaps exist, develops relevant training programs and then selects and sources qualified talent to its network of hiring partners seeking specialized skills. Individual Training Solutions | The Master’s Program® - Career Training and Development A Microsoft Certified Gold Partner for Learning Solutions, SetFocus provides an exceptional, in-depth training experience, known as The Master’s Program, in .NET, SharePoint, SQL Server and MS Business Intelligence technologies. Course curriculum is evaluated quarterly to ensure that it is current and relevant for the ever-changing needs of today’s businesses. Individuals seeking to break into IT, as well as experienced professionals seeking to advance their careers, will find that The Master’s Program will have a lasting and measurable impact on their careers. SetFocus • Catalog 2009 | 2010 • www.setfocus.com
  • 5. 5 About The Master’s Program® Facility The Master’s Program is a comprehensive training and SetFocus’ training facility is located in Parsippany, NJ, career devleopment program designed to have a lasting and approximately 45 minutes outside of New York City. Candidates can measurable impact on the careers of IT professionals. The focus of attend class on site or remotely via The GRID®. the program is on challenging real-world applications and rapid skills development which will provide graduates with a competitive edge in Campus Facility the job market. The handicap-accessible facility is located in a smoke-free Each Master’s Program consists of combination of lectures, labs, building at 4 Century Drive, Parsippany, New Jersey. exams and projects. The facility has two kitchen areas equipped with a refrigerator, a microwave, a toaster oven, and vending machines for beverages and snacks. These facilities are available for candidates to use. Career Services Classrooms and Development All classrooms have wireless high-speed internet access, GRID video-conferencing equipment, and personal computers with high An integral part of The Master’s Program’s success is the resolution 19-inch flat panel monitors. comprehensive, customized career development program. The Master’s Program includes individual career services, coaching and placement assistance. The GRID The GRID is a seamless, remote attendance, live, face-to-face instructor-led training solution. Career Services The GRID uses a combination of high quality audio and video. The Master’s Program includes career coaching on critical job Candidates attending via The GRID are able to participate in training, search and personal marketing strategies. SetFocus provides from a remote location as though they were in a physical classroom. guidance, support, and tools necessary to increase visibility, employability and career resiliency of candidates. Placement Services Educational Equipment SetFocus markets candidates, who meet the position Candidates attending class on-site will be provided with internet requirements, directly to its network of hiring partners and recruiters access and a personal computer. facilitating introductions, interviews and follow ups. Master’s Program candidates participate in one-on-one coaching Virtual Machine and attend interactive workshops covering the following critical job All candidates are provided a password to access the Virtual search components: Machine through a personal computer which allows each candidate to have the software and a full Microsoft professional environment • Self Assessments necessary for the course. • 60 Second Commercial Creation • Resume and Cover Letter Writing • Interviewing Skills GRID Equipment and Set-Up • Networking Skills Candidates choosing to attend class remotely must provide the • Public Speaker Skills following to enable GRID training. • Negotiation Skills • Online Presence and Profiles • Television A minimum of 13” diagonal display with Audio/Video (RCA) ports are required. If a TV is not available, To be eligible for career development services, candidates must an LCD or CRT can be used along with a video converter and meet the following requirements: computer speakers for sound. • Maintain at least an 80% average in class and project work • Router A Belkin Wireless G, model F5D7230-4 is • Attend Career Development Workshops (one absence recommended, but any router that is compatible with H.323 is acceptable) and H.460 will work • Complete online profile • Complete resume and portfolio link • High speed internet line For optimal performance a • Debrief Career Services after each interview in an effort to minimum upload speed of 512 kbps is recommended. assist in preparing for successful future interviews • Commit to a full time job search strategy upon graduation • Personal Computer and System Requirements • Advise Career Services immediately upon accepting a position Any PC or MacIntosh computer capable of running Microsoft Remote Desktop with a visible display resolution of at This program is designed to prepare each candidate for least 1024x768. conducting a successful job search. Any candidate who does not meet the requirements loses his or her privilege for Career Development Services. Technical Support • Technical support is available during the following hours: • Monday – Thursday 8:30 AM – 8:00 PM EDT Student Faculty Ratio • • Friday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM EDT Saturday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM ET A standard is set not to exceed more than 15 people per class. Instructors and Teaching Assistants are available to answer questions, hold one-on-one or group mentoring sessions or assist projects – by voice, by video, or by instant message. SetFocus • Catalog 2009 | 2010 • www.setfocus.com
  • 6. 6 Admissions Selection Process • Ten percent of the total tuition if withdrawal occurs within three-weeks prior, as well as within the first week of training commencement; Candidates seeking to enroll in The Master’s Program should • Twenty percent of the total tuition if withdrawal occurs in the submit a completed application form and current resume. second or third week; • Forty-five percent of the total tuition if withdrawal occurs after Entrance Requirements the third week but prior to the completion of 25 percent of Applicants will be required to complete a proprietary the course; online assessment test and technical interview to ensure that • Seventy percent of the total tuition if withdrawal occurs after 25 foundational skills and technical knowledge meet the minimum percent but not more than 50 percent of the course has been prerequisites of the program. completed; or • One hundred percent of the total tuition if withdrawal occurs Admission Requirements after completion of more than 50 percent of the course. • Passing score on the SetFocus Online Apptitude Test • Passing grade on the technical interview Enrollment Deadlines Financial Aid SetFocus adheres to a rolling admissions policy. It is strongly Financing is a concern for many individuals. There are financial recommended that all admissions materials be submitted within two aid programs available to help meet the expenses encountered in weeks of the start of the course. acquiring an education. Our financing department provides information and counseling to candidates on available sources of aid in accordance with federal Tuition and Fees and state regulations. Tuition for The Master’s Program will be determined based on the specific course. Attendance Policies • .NET Master’s Program – $19,000 Full-time classes are held Monday through Friday from 9:00am to • SQL Server Master’s Program – $19,000 5:00pm (ET), with a one-hour break for lunch and a fifteen-minute • Business Intelligence Master’s Program – $19,000 break during each of the morning and afternoon sessions. Unless • SharePoint Master’s Program – $15,000 excused, candidates are expected to be in class during these hours. Part-time classes are held two nights a week from 7:30pm to The GRID Rental Fee 11:00pm (ET) and every other Saturday from 10:00am – 6:00pm Candidates have the option to attend class remotely using a (ET). video-conferencing delivery solution known as The GRID. Part-time courses are delivered exclusively on the GRID. Attendance The rental fee is based on monthly GRID usage. Attendance is expected for the entire training session. It is the candidate’s responsibility to make up any missed work. • Full-time monthly fee – $300 If a candidate is unable to attend class due to illness or other • Part-Time montly fee – $100 legitimate emergency, it is the candidate’s responsibility to email or speak to their instructor as well as the Dean of Students. Transfer Policy and Fee A message may be left on the voicemail system,which The candidate must contact the Dean of Students to discuss is available 24 hours 7 days a week or email. a transfer, then request a transfer to another session in writing. All absence-related messages must be time-stamped no later than The request must include the reason for transfer and the session 8:00am (ET) on the day of the absence. A doctor’s note may be requested. Based on the circumstances and availability in the required before returning to class. Planned absences must be requested transfer session, the Dean of Students will approve or arranged and approved in advance through the Dean of deny the transfer request. Students. All work regardless of absences will be due on the The candidate understands that while there is no additional tuition specified due date. A documented incident report will be placed for the transfer they are responsible for any additional GRID rental into the candidate’s file if the candidate does not comply with the charges or any class materials that may have changed from the attendance policy. previous session. A candidate may transfer 3 times while enrolled in the training Leave of Absence portion of the placement program. Candidates accepted in The Master’s Program are expected to SetFocus reserves the right to charge a transfer fee for the work with continuity. The Dean of Students will consider candidate second and third transfer to cover the cost of the administrative work initiated requests for a leave of absence from studies in all programs. required to accomplish the transfer. There is no transfer fee charge Requests for a leave must be documented. for the first transfer. Cuts Withdrawal Policy Students are expected to attend all classes. Only one absence is In the event that a student needs to withdraw from the allowed during the session. program they must contact the Dean of Students to discuss and then submit a withdrawal letter stating the reason for withdrawal and an Tardiness explanation. Based on the time of the withdrawal from the session Punctuality to class is important to the student and the school. It is and the policy stated in the training agreement a tuition refund will the student’s responsibility to get to class on time. Students must be be calculated. on time at the start of each class. For full-time attendance in courses exceeding 300 hours in length but not exceeding 1,200 hours, SetFocus will retain: SetFocus • Catalog 2009 | 2010 • www.setfocus.com
  • 7. 7 Student Conduct Policies Grading and Academic Exemplary professional behavior is expected of all candidates. Following is a listing of the professional behavior Progress Standards requirements. Progress and performance will be monitored regularly through a series of online tests and development projects. Faculty will review • Exhibits a high standard of moral and ethical behavior. resulting scores. • Interacts with peers, faculty, and staff with attitudes and All candidates are encouraged to maintain a “B” or 3.0 averages behaviors that communicate respect and common courtesy. throughout their training period. Failure to do so could jeopardize a • Is honest in working with other candidates, faculty and staff. candidate’s position in the Program. • Respects individual differences regarding religious, GPA will be calculated the following guidelines have political, ethnic and sexual diversity, avoiding negative words been developed: and actions. • Understands that certain types of personal conduct seriously 1. All tests, projects, and professional reviews are based on the threaten the goals of SetFocus for each candidate. He or 100 point grading system with the following delineation: she recognizes that unacceptable behaviors, most notably, substance abuse and harassment need to be strictly avoided. A 90 – 100 points • Recognizes that any discussions with peers, faculty, and/or staff B 80 – 89 points will be carried out in a civil tone and volume. Shouting, cursing, C 70 – 79 points or personal attacks have no place in any discussion. D 60 – 69 points F 59 points and below Sexual Harassment Sexual harassment in class has been defined as unwelcome 2. Any test in which the high score in the class is below 90 points activity of a sexual nature when one or more of the following applies: will have the grading scale curved. The standard curve in such situations will be to adjust the high score to meet the 90-point minimum. The number of points added to the high score to 1. Acceptance or rejection of the conduct is used to make achieve this will then be added to each remaining test result. employment decisions: hiring, work assignments, and 3. Exams may not always be announced. It is the candidate’s project grades. responsibility to review the course offerings on a daily basis and 2. The conduct has the purpose or effect of unreasonably to be prepared to demonstrate your command of the material. interfering with candidate performance. 4. Exam materials and software are the sole proprietary property 3. The conduct creates an intimidating, hostile or of SetFocus and are not to be removed from the premises or offensive environment. copied in any way. 5. Projects submitted on time can earn a maximum grade of 100 We are governed by State and National employment and points. Projects submitted after the deadline will likely carry business conduct standards. SetFocus is committed to significant penalties. All requests for an extension on any providing an environment that is free from intimidation and project due date must be sent to the Dean of Students for harassment of any nature. We cannot permit Web content on approval prior to the original due date. personal computers that may be seen as offensive. It is imperative 6. Each candidate will have online access to his or her current that candidates refrain from visiting and downloading from sites that grades. The performance average used to determine contract may breach the moral guidelines and contain offensive content. compliance will be the curved test scores averaged with any projects completed according to the following schedule: Cheating The decision as to whether a candidate has cheated depends Component Weight on the intent of an assignment, the ground rules specified by the Class Exams 50% instructor and the behavior of the candidate. Two guidelines help an Class Projects 50% instructor decide if cheating has occurred: 7. Candidates who fall below 80% in their average may be given a 1. Program plagiarism will be suspected if an assignment that warning and put on probation. Once a warning has been given calls for independent development and implementation of a and the candidate put on probation, the procedures set out program results in two or more solutions so similar that one can under the probation section of this document will then apply. be converted to another by a mechanical transformation. 2. Cheating will be suspected if a candidate who was to Any grievances concerning candidate results in grading and complete an assignment independently cannot explain both the academic performance should follow the SetFocus Grievance Policy. intricacies of his or her solution and the techniques used to generate that solution. Makeup Work Unless an absence is valid and excused, there will be no makeup Penalties of exams or projects. Missed exams or projects will result in a score The penalty for a first offense of cheating or plagiarism is a grade of zero. of “0” on the project or test in which the offense occurred, and will result in a comment being placed in the Candidate’s Record. The penalty for the second offense of cheating or plagiarism is the candidate will be placed on Probation and lose any Career Development Services provided by SetFocus. If a further violation of the policy occurs, the candidate will be withdrawn immediately from SetFocus and will not be eligible for reinstatement. SetFocus • Catalog 2009 | 2010 • www.setfocus.com
  • 8. 8 Graduation Requirements d. The mediation concludes when the parties reach a mutually acceptable resolution or when the mediator determines that resolution is not likely to occur. Category Requirements Career Services 6. Candidate agrees that any complaint, issue or defense not Certificate of Dis- The student completed all Eligible for full career and raised in accordance with the grievance procedure, is waived tinction assignments, projects and alumni services. and candidate is barred from asserting such complaint, exams, and maintained an issue, or defense in any subsequent legal action or proceeding A average between candidate and SetFocus. Certificate The student completed all Eligible for full career and assignments, projects and alumni services exams and maintained the Probation required B average. At the discretion of SetFocus, candidates who fall below the minimum academic standards may be put on probation. Completed The student completed all Eligible for limited career During the probationary period, the candidate will be responsible the assignments, projects and alumni services. and exams but did not for meeting academic performance evaluations as well as any maintain the required additional requirements, as discussed in the probationary review B average. meeting. Faculty will work directly with a candidate to improve performance. A documented incident will be included in the Attended The student attended Not eligible for career or classes but did not alumni services. candidates’s file as to the terms and length of the probationary complete all assignments, period. Below is a summary of the minimum academic standards projects or exams and required to maintain attendance in our program: did not maintain a passing grade. Minimum Academic Standards • Candidates are encouraged to maintain a minimum of a Conditions for Readmission B average (80-84) for their course work during the If a student withdraws and decides to return they must do another Training Period. technical interview and write to the Dean of Students the reason for • Grades during the Training Period are determined by return. the following: Recording Withdrawal from Course Component Weight All withdrawals from the course must be made in writing stating Class Exams 50% the reason for the withdrawal as well as an explanation. Class Projects 50% • No more than one (1) absence will be acceptable during the Grievance Procedure Training Period. A grievance procedure has been established for correcting the • Letter grades will be based on the following point scores: misapplication of SetFocus’ polices and/or procedures. Among other things, the grievance procedure allows for the clarification of Grade Points SetFocus’ policies and procedures. A+ 96-100 A 90-95 1. Candidate must submit a written request (the “Request”) on the B+ 85-89 form provided by SetFocus for a hearing. The request must B 80-84 set forth a detailed statement of the known facts from which the C+ 75-79 grievance arose and a request for specific relief. The request C 70-74 shall be submitted to the Dean of Students (Dean). D 60-69 2. A review of the grievance shall be completed within not more F < 60 than five (5) business days after Dean’s receipt of the request, and within five (5) business days after the close of the review, the Dean shall provide his decision in writing. 3. If a candidate is dissatisfied with the result of the grievance process, all appeals thereof must be submitted to non-binding, expedited mediation. 4. If a candidate elects to pursue non-binding mediation, a written demand for mediation must be made to SetFocus within five (5) business days of the Dean’s decision. 5. Mediation shall proceed as follows: a. The parties shall either agree on a mediator or seek the assistance of a reputable neutral Alternative Dispute Resolution Services organization in the selection of a mediator. The costs of the mediator shall be split equally between candidate and SetFocus. Each party shall be responsible for its other costs associated with the mediation. b. The mediator will contact all parties to fix the date of the mediation session, which shall be held at SetFocus’ northern New Jersey office within twenty (20) days of the date the mediator is appointed. c. No less than seven (7) days prior to the mediation session, each party shall submit directly to the mediator a mediation statement not to exceed five (5) pages double-spaced, not including exhibits, outlining the key facts and issues presented in the mediation. SetFocus • Catalog 2009 | 2010 • www.setfocus.com
  • 9. 9 The Master’s Program: Course Length: 40 hours SF 6004 - Developing Windows Forms and WPF .NET Training Track applications using VS2008 Visual Studio 2008 and the .NET Framework 3.5 make it easier than ever to create robust, enterprise-level applications. Program Length: 560 hours You will learn how to build solid applications using structured exception handling, how to use the Visual Studio debugging Program combines technical training with proven career features, how to use MenuStrip and ToolStrip controls, and how search strategies. The .NET training program will cover the key to add unprecedented flexibility to your user interfaces using the components necessary to plan, build and roll out Windows, ASP. container controls. As you continue through this course you will NET, WCF applications using Microsoft Visual Studio 2008. learn about important development topics that aren’t normally Included in the program will be discussion of the latest covered in a beginning Windows application programming course technologies including WPF, LINQ, AJAX, Silverlight, WCF, querying such as an introduction to .NET interoperability, using .NET using MS SQL Server 2008 Transact-SQL and using Visual Studio Serialization, Windows Management Instrumentation Team Foundation Server for source code control. Also included in (WMI), and drawing your own user interfaces using the the .NET Master’s Program: Programming with C#, Windows Forms System.Drawing namespace. Programming and ADO.NET programming. • Introduction to Windows forms • Taking advantage of the Form Event Model Course Length: 40 hours • Common Windows Forms Controls SF 6001 - Programming with .NET • Handling Input / Output tasks The goal of this course is to provide students with the knowledge • Project Settings in Visual Studio 2008 and skills they need to develop C# applications for the Microsoft • Debugging your applications .NET Platform. The course focuses on C# program structure, • Container Controls language syntax, and implementation details. • Menus and toolbars • Deploying applications using ClickOnce • Overview of the Microsoft .NET platform • Introduction to WPF • Overview of .NET • Revisiting WPF • Using value-type variables • Statements and exceptions • Methods and parameters Course Length: 40 hours • Arrays SF 6005 - Customized Windows Project • Essentials of object oriented programming • Using reference-type variables • Creating and destroying objects Course Length: 40 hours • Inheritance in .NET SF 6006 - Writing Queries Using Microsoft SQL Server • Aggregation, Namespaces, and Advanced Scope 2008 Transact-SQL • Operators and Events This course provides students with the technical skills required to • Properties and Indexers write basic Transact-SQL queries for Microsoft SQL Server 2008. • Working with Types • Getting Started with Databases and Transact-SQL in SQL Server 2008 Course Length: 40 hours • Querying and Filtering Data SF 6002 - Framework 3.5 New Features & Intro to XML • Grouping and Summarizing Data This week dives deep into the new features that are • Joining Data from Multiple Tables revolutionizing .NET programming, covering query expressions, • Working with Subqueries lambda expressions, extension methods, collection interface • Modifying Data in Tables extensions, standard query operators, and LINQ as a whole. Plus • Querying Metadata, XML, and Full-Text Indexes the Intro to XML provides a technological overview of the structure • Using Programming Objects for Data Retrieval and programming techniques of XML. This course discusses the • Using Advanced Querying Techniques role of XML in the Microsoft .NET vision and the larger world of distributed standards-based computing. • .NET Classes • Garbage Collection • Interfaces • Generics • Generic Collections • Deployment and Versioning • Basic XML • Validating XML continued on page 10 Course Length: 40 hours SF 6003 - Customized Framework Project SetFocus • Catalog 2009 | 2010 • www.setfocus.com
  • 10. 10 Course Length: 40 hours see how to handle exceptions, maintain state between calls to SF 6007 - Visual Studio 2008: ADO.NET 3.5 and LINQ a service and use transactions. Subsequent topics include and This course provides students with the knowledge and basics of WCF security, integrating WCF with Windows Workflow skills using ADO.NET 3.5 to access and modify data stored in Foundation and building WCF services that support relational database systems and to access data in Representational State Transfer (REST) and syndication. By non-relational sources. the time you have completed the course, you will have a good understanding of how to build and use WCF services in your • Getting Started with ADO.NET 3.5 distributed applications. • Modifying Data by Using ADO.NET Commands • Querying and Maintaining Data by Using DataSets • Introduction to WCF • Introduction to LINQ • Hosting and Calling WCF Services • Language Enhancements for LINQ • Bindings and Contracts • LINQ to Objects • Exceptions, Diagnostics and Message Patterns • LINQ to SQL • Sessions and Transactions • More LINQ to SQL • Security • LINQ to DataSet • Workflow Services • LINQ to Entities • RESTful Services and Syndication Course Length: 40 hours Course Length: 40 hours SF 6008 - Customized ADO.NET and LINQ project SF 6013 - Customized WCF Project Course Length: 80 hours Course Length: 40 hours SF 6009, SF 6010 - Developing Web Applications Using SF 6014 - Customized Final Team Project Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 This course will teach introductory-level Web developers the fundamentals of Web application development and best practices for Microsoft Web development technologies, including ASP.NET 3.5, ASP.NET AJAX Extensions and Silverlight. This course focuses on using the Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 development environment and the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 to create a Web application that delivers dynamic content to a Web site. • Overview of the Microsoft .NET Framework • Creating Web Applications by Using Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 and Microsoft .NET-Based Languages • Creating a Microsoft ASP.NET Web Form • Adding Code to a Microsoft ASP.NET Web Form • Tracing in Microsoft ASP.NET Web Applications • Validating User Input • Creating and Implementing User Controls • Accessing Data with Microsoft ADO.NET and Visual Studio 2008 • Accomplishing Complex Data Access Tasks • Reading and Writing XML Data • Creating an ASP.NET AJAX Application • Delivering Dynamic Content with Microsoft Silverlight • Consuming and Creating XML Web Services • Managing State • Configuring, Optimizing, and Deploying a Microsoft ASP.NET Web Application • Securing a Microsoft ASP.NET Web Application Course Length: 40 hours SF 6011 - Customized ASP.NET Project Course Length: 40 hours SF 6012 - Windows Communication Foundation Using Visual C# 2008 In this course, you will learn how to use Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and you will see how it is a unified programming model for building service-oriented distributed applications. You will see how to build, host and call WCF services and you will gain a deep understanding of the basic building blocks of WCF, including endpoints, bindings and contracts. In addition, SetFocus • Catalog 2009 | 2010 • www.setfocus.com
  • 11. 11 The Master’s Program: • • Implementing Functions Implementing Managed Code in the Database SQL Server Training Track • Managing Transactions and Locks • Using Service Broker Program Length: 520 hours Course Length: 40 hours Program combines technical training with proven career search SF 8004 - SetFocus - Customized SQL strategies. The SQL Server training program will cover querying, Programming Project programming and administering MS SQL Server 2008. Included will be SQL Server Integration Services, SQL Server Reporting Services and SharePoint Administration. Also included is DRBMS Course Length: 40 hours Concepts Review, XML Overview, Windows Administration Review, SF 8005 - Advanced SQL Querying and Programming troubleshooting, tuning and optimizing SQL Server. The course focuses on writing and tuning queries and programming with T-SQL in SQL Server 2008. In this course you will learn the details and capabilities of T-SQL. Course Length: 40 hours SF 8001 - SetFocus Fundamentals • SQL 2005 new features workshop This first week is designed to give the student a review of RDBMS • SQL 2008 new features workshop concepts as well as an introduction to XML. • Hierarchies and recursive querying • Working with dates • Introduction to Database Management System • Concurrency and locking • The Relational Model • Query performance tuning • Data Modeling • Database security and encryption • Normalization • Spatial data • Data Integrity • Advanced Database Objects • Codd’s Rules Course Length: 40 hours • Introduction to DBA Concepts SF 8006 - Maintaining a Microsoft SQL Server • Basic XML • Validating XML 2008 Database • Windows Administration Basics This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to maintain a Microsoft SQL Server 2008 database. The course focuses on teaching individuals how to use SQL Server 2008 Course Length: 40 hours product features and tools related to maintaining a database. SF 8002 - Writing Queries using MS SQL Server • Installing and Configuring SQL Server 2008 T-SQL • Managing Databases and Files This course provides students with the technical skills required to • Disaster Recovery write basic Transact-SQL queries for Microsoft SQL Server 2008. • Managing Security • Transferring Data • Getting Started with Databases and Transact-SQL in SQL • Automating Administrative Tasks Server 2008 • Implementing Replication • Querying and Filtering Data • Maintaining High Availability • Grouping and Summarizing Data • Monitoring SQL Server • Joining Data from Multiple Tables • Troubleshooting and Performance Tuning • Working with Subqueries • Modifying Data in Tables • Querying Metadata, XML, and Full-Text Indexes Course Length: 40 hours • Using Programming Objects for Data Retrieval • Using Advanced Querying Techniques SF 8007 - SetFocus – Customized SQL Server 2008 Admin Project Course Length: 40 hours SF 8003 - Implementing a Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Database This SQL Server training class provides students with the knowledge and skills to implement a Microsoft SQL Server 2008 database. The class focuses on teaching individuals how to use SQL Server 2008 product features and tools related to implementing a database. continued on page 12 • Create databases and database files • Create data types and tables • Creating and Tuning Indexes • Implementing Data Integrity by Using Constraints and Triggers • Using XML • Implementing Views • Implementing Stored Procedures SetFocus • Catalog 2009 | 2010 • www.setfocus.com
  • 12. 12 Course Length: 40 hours SF 8008 - Implementing and Maintaining MS SQL Server 2008 Integration Services Microsoft Integration Services is a platform for building enterprise-level data integration and data transformations solutions. This course teaches students how to implement an Integration Services solution in an organization. The course discusses how to develop, deploy, and manage Integration Services packages. • Introduction to SQL Server 2008 Integration Services • Developing Integration Services Solutions • Implementing Control Flow • Implementing Data Flow • Implementing Logging • Debugging and Error Handling • Implementing Checkpoints and Transactions • Configuring and Deploying Packages • Managing and Securing Packages Course Length: 40 hours SF 8009 - Implementing and Maintaining MS SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services (SSRS) provides a full range of ready-to-use tools and services to help you create, deploy, and manage reports for your organization, as well as programming features that enable you to extend and customize your reporting functionality. This course teaches students how to implement a Reporting Services solution in an organization. It discusses how to use the Reporting Services development tools to create reports, and how to use the Reporting Services management and administrative tools to manage a Reporting Services solution. • Introduction to Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services • Authoring Basic Reports • Enhancing Basic Reports • Manipulating Data Sets • Using Report Models • Publishing and Executing Reports • Using Subscriptions to Distribute Reports • Administering Reporting Services • Programming Reporting Services Course Length: 40 hours SF 8010 - SetFocus – Customized SSIS & SSRS Project Course Length: 40 hours SF 8011 - Microsoft SharePoint 2007 for Administrators and Project Administering SharePoint teaches you the principles and practices of how to deploy, manage, and maintain SharePoint. It takes you through each phase of a deployment as you plan, install, rollout, and support SharePoint in the real world. • Planning • Installing • Configuring the server • Preparing • Roll-out • Providing support • Managing the server • Configuring external access Course Length: 80 hours SF 8012, SF 8013 - SetFocus – Customized Final Project SetFocus • Catalog 2009 | 2010 • www.setfocus.com
  • 13. 13 The Master’s Program: • • Error logging and handling Advanced Data Flow Business Intelligence Training Track • Package Deployment • Package Management • Introduction to scripting and custom components Program Length: 400 hours • Best Practices • Beyond ETL – Other scenarios for SSIS Program combines technical training with proven career search strategies. The Business Intelligence training program will cover designing an ETL Solution Architecture Using Microsoft SQL Server Course Length: 40 hours Integration Services and implementing and maintaining Microsoft SF 1027 - Customized SSIS Project SQL Server Integration Services. Included will be designing an Analysis Solution Architecture using Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services and implementing and maintaining Microsoft SQL Server Course Length: 40 hours Analysis Services. Also included will be MDX Queries and creating reports employing expressions, global collections and conditional SF 1027 - Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services In this course, you will learn how to use Microsoft SQL Server formatting using SQL Server Reporting Services. At the completion 2005 Analysis Services (SSAS) to design and implement OnLine of the course, candidates will plan, build and roll out an Enterprise Analytical Processing (OLAP) cubes and data mining models to Reporting Dashboard utilizing SharePoint 2007 as well as know support Business Intelligence (BI) solutions. This course includes how to leverage PerformancePoint Server 2007 for monitoring and concepts, procedures and practices based on real-world experience analysis purposes. giving both the novice and experienced SQL Server 2005 developer the tools to build data warehousing and decision support system solutions. This course also provides information on end-user tools Course Length: 40 hours including Microsoft Excel 2003/2007 and Microsoft SQL Server 2005 SF 1029 - Introduction to Data Warehousing and Reporting Services. Implementing SSAS solutions have shown to T-SQL Review boost data retrieval and report generation from SQL Server by up to This class will review data warehousing systems including 1000%. backend tools for extracting, cleaning and loading data from Online Transaction Processing 9OLTP) Databases and historical • What is Business Intelligence? repositories of data. Concepts on the data warehouse and data • OLAP Modeling marts and front end tools for mining, querying, reporting on data • Creating Data Sources will be explained. In addition, Transact-SQL will be reviewed. • Intermediate SSAS • Advanced SSAS • Intro to Transact-SQL • Cube Storage and Aggregation • Retrieving Data • Beginning MDX • Grouping Data • Intermediate MDX • Joining tables • SSAS Administration • Subqueries • Introduction to Data Mining • Modifying Data • Introduction to SSAS clients • Dimensional Modeling Primer • Office 2007 integration with SSAS • Retail Sales • Inventory • Procurement • Order Management Course Length: 40 hours • Customer Relationship Management SF 1005 - MDX Queries • Accounting This course shows data warehouse developers what they need • Human Resources Management to know to build effective multidimensional data warehouses. After • Financial Services a brief overview of the MDX language and a look at how it is used to access data in sophisticated, multidimensional databases and data warehousing, the class moves directly to providing practical Course Length: 40 hours examples of MDX in use. SF 1026 Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services The material covers changes in the MDX language itself as well as This course will enable technology professionals with little or no major changes in its implementation with the latest software releases ETL experience and minimal exposure to SQL Server 2005 and of Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services 2005 Also it covers more Visual Studio 2005 to be comfortable and productive with the SSIS advanced techniques, like aggregation, query templates, and MDX tools and technologies. In this course you will learn about the optimization, and shows users what they need to know to access SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) and building Database and analyze data to make better business decisions. Maintenance Plans. You will be introduced to the Business Intelligence Development Studio (BIDS) and working with • Introduction to MDX Control Flow and Data Flow. You will also become familiar with • Calculated Members and Named Sets SSIS package management and package deployment along with • Common Calculations and Selections learning to write solid code using debugging, error handling and • MDX Query Context and Execution logging techniques. • Named Sets and Set Aliases • Sorting and Ranking in MDX • Guided tour of SSIS • Introduction to Control Flow • Introduction to Data Flows • Variables and Configurations continued on page 14 • Advanced Control Flow SetFocus • Catalog 2009 | 2010 • www.setfocus.com
  • 14. 14 Course Length: 40 hours Course Length: 40 hours SF 4013 - Customized SSAS Project SF 1037 - Business Intelligence with SharePoint and PerformancePoint Server • Introduction to PerformancePoint Server Course Length: 40 hours • Performance Management SF 1003 - Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services • Creating Scorecards In this course, you will learn how to use SQL Server 2005 • Creating Reports and Scorecards Reporting Services to create, execute, and manage reports. You • Importing SSRS Reports will learn how to create tabular, matrix (cross-tab), and chart • Creating a SharePoint Site Collection reports using Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005 Business • Incorporating SSRS reports into SharePoint Intelligence Studio. You’ll explore creating reports with groups, • Incorporating Excel spreadsheets into SharePoint expressions, conditional formatting, and parameters. The reports via Excel Services you create in the course will employ shared data sources, interactive • Incorporating Excel spreadsheets into PerformancePoint sorting, and drill-down capabilities. You’ll explore the deployment and printing of reports and the export of reports to PDF, Excel, and other formats. You’ll gain a thorough understanding of Reporting Course Length: 40 hours Services security, report snapshots, subscriptions, and the use of SF 1037 - Customized SSRS/PPS/SP Project custom assemblies. You’ll also discover how to integrate reports into your ASP.NET and WinForms applications using URL access and the Reporting Services Web Service API, without requiring users Course Length: 40 hours to use Internet Explorer. Finally, you’ll learn how to empower your SF 1030 - Project 4 Customized Final team project users to create ad-hoc reports using Report Builder and Report Model projects. • Introduction to SSRS • Basic Report Creation • Intro to Relational Data Sources • Intro to OLAP Data Sources • Report Calculations, Formatting and Miscellaneous Report Editing • SSRS configuration, Deploying reports, URL syntax, and exporting • Report Globals • Report Parameters • Report Expressions and Dynamic Formatting and Images • Report Grouping and Sorting • Advanced Relational Data Sources (using T-SQL and Stored Procs) • Advanced OLAP Data Sources (using MDX) • Other Data Sources (XML services) • Matrix Control • Basic Charting • Advanced Charting • SubReports • Advanced Page Layout control • Extending with Code • Report Manager Overview • Report Manager: Roles and Security • Report Manager: Snapshots and Subscriptions • Sharepoint Integration SetFocus • Catalog 2009 | 2010 • www.setfocus.com
  • 15. 15 The Master’s Program: and deployment of solutions, security, debugging, workflows, custom site definitions, lists, documents libraries, and features. SharePoint Training Track Students who master the contents of this course will possess the knowledge to productively contribute on most types of SharePoint implementation because they will understand the Course Length: 296 hours tasks and building blocks required in all types of custom solutions. Program combines technical training with proven career search • Introduction to SharePoint Development strategies. Includes Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 (WSS) and • Site Columns and Content Types Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS) and • Extending Lists with Office 2007 customization through styles, themes and master pages, controls • Authentication and Authorization and web parts, custom pages, creation and deployment of solutions, • Forms Based Authentication and Anonymous Access security, debugging, workflows, custom site definitions, lists, • SharePoint Architecture documents, libraries and features. Includes the principles and • Features practices of how to deploy, manage and maintain SharePoint. The • Solution Development program covers each phase of a deployment – planning, installation, • Categorized Document Library roll out and support. Also included is assembling and configuring • Site Definitions business solutions by designing and architecting the portal and • Programming Fundamentals collaboration solutions, document and records management • Creating User Controls and Web Parts solutions and web content management solutions of MOSS, • Advanced List Concepts implementing search and indexing as well as other business data-oriented concepts such as the Business Data Catalog, Excel Course Length: 16 hours Services, Key Performance Indicators, Business Intelligence Dash- SF 7005 - Customized SharePoint Development Project boards and Reports. Course Length: 32 hours Course Length: 24 hours SF 7006 - Branding & Web Content Management SF 7001 - ASP.NET & XML Review In this course, you’ll learn about the web content management This course is aimed at providing a review of basic XML and features of Microsoft SharePoint 2007. The course starts from the ASP.NET features that are foundational for developing perspective of an end-user so that you will understand what the SharePoint solutions. authors and consumers of your SharePoint sites will see, and then goes beneath the surface to teach you to customize and extend the • Master pages and site navigation out-of-the-box features. • Web Parts You will understand how to implement sites that face the • Security Internet with branded look and feel so that your visitors will never • Profiles know they are looking at a SharePoint site; and you’ll understand • Themes, skins and localization how to configure the same site to support the creators and managers • Basic XML of content in your organization. You’ll also learn how to implement • Validating XML and customize things like security and navigation, how to deploy content to production environments, and how to target different audiences and different countries and languages. Course Length: 24 hours SF 7002 - SharePoint for Administrators • Introduction to MOSS Publishing Administering SharePoint teaches you the principles and • Branding practices of how to deploy, manage, and maintain SharePoint. • Creating a Publishing Site Definition It takes you through each phase of a deployment as you plan, • Content Types and Page Layouts install, rollout, and support SharePoint in the real world. • SharePoint Site Design • Content Management • Planning • Navigation and Search • Installing • Aggregation Information • Configuring the server • Preparing • Roll-out Course Length: 16 hours • Providing support SF 7007 - Customized SharePoint • Managing the server Branding & Web Content Management Project • Configuring external access Course Length: 16 hours SF 7003 - Customized SP Admin Project Course Length: 40 hours SF 7004 - SharePoint for Developers – I This course is designed to provide those who are responsible for customizing and creating new functionality continued on page 16 within the platform mastery of these common tasks, including: customization of look and feel through styles, themes, and master pages, controls and web parts, custom pages, creation SetFocus • Catalog 2009 | 2010 • www.setfocus.com
  • 16. 16 Course Length: 32 hours SF 7008 - SharePoint Business Processes Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 provides a wealth of services that you can use, customize, and extend to augment and streamline your business processes. This course covers these features and teaches you how to build on them to create business solutions. The beginning of the course orients you with the built-in capabilities and teaches how to customize them using SharePoint Designer. From there you will learn how to create custom forms using both ASP.NET and InfoPath. The last half of the course teaches how to build custom workflows in SharePoint using Visual Studio and covers sequential workflows, state machines, tasks, and custom workflow forms using both ASP.NET and InfoPath. • Out-of-the-Box Business Process Automation • SharePoint Designer Workflows • Working with SharePoint Designer and Custom ASP.NET Forms • Using InfoPath Forms with SharePoint • Custom Workflows and the SharePoint Object Model • Visual Studio 2008 Workflow Development Basics • Workflow Tasks • Workflow Forms Course Length: 16 hours SF 7009 - Customized SharePoint Business Processes Project Course Length: 24 hours SF 7010 - SharePoint Portal Management In this course, you’ll learn about the portal features found in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server’s Standard and Enterprise versions, MOSS. After completing this course, you’ll have a good understanding of the standard MOSS collaboration portal features including collaboration portals, user profiles, search, and information management policies, as well as the enterprise features including business data catalog, InfoPath forms services and Excel Services. • Collaboration Portals • Personalization and My Sites • Business Data Catalog • Office Forms Services • Excel Services • Customizing Search Center • Programming with the Search API • Document Management Course Length: 16 hours SF 7011 - Customized SharePoint Portal Management Project Course Length: 40 hours SF 7012 - Customized SharePoint Final Project SetFocus • Catalog 2009 | 2010 • www.setfocus.com
  • 17. 17 Accrediation and Membership SetFocus is certified by the Department of Education and Department of Labor and Workforce Development. SetFocus Staff and Faculty Telephone Numbers The general number for SetFocus is 973.889.0211. Academic and Administrative officers may be reached at the following numbers: Mike Landau Founder, Chairman & CEO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .973.889.0211 x117 Mike Simmons President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 973.889.0211 x115 Dave Landau Co-Founder, Chief Financial Officer / Loan Officer . . . . . . . . . . 973.889.0211 x116 Robert Witkowski Dean of Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 973.889.0211 x113 Theresa Billy Director, Client Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 973.889.0211 x132 Matt Uhrig Director, Finance and Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . 973.889.0211 x119 Vivian McMillen Vice President, Admissions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 973.889.0211 x127 Pat Rovner Director, Marketing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 973.889.0211 x151 Ananthalakshmi “Priya” Chidambaram Director, Training and Support.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 973.889.0211 x137 Mail SetFocus’ mailing address is SetFocus, 4 Century Drive, Parsippany, New Jersey 07054. Website SetFocus’ website is www.setfocus.com. SetFocus • Catalog 2009 | 2010 • www.setfocus.com
  • 18. 18 Holidays SetFocus observes six holidays each year: 2009 | 2010 • New Year’s Day – January 1st • Memorial Day – Last Monday in May • Independence Day – July 4th • Labor Day - First Monday in September • Thanksgiving Day - Fourth Thursday in November • Day after Thanksgiving, Fourth Friday in November • Christmas Day - December 25th Academic Calendar 2009 | 2010 .NET / .NET BI / Business Intelligence SQL / SQL Server SP / SharePoint Session Track Timeframe Days of Week Start Date End Date 2009Q3 NET Day MTWTF 7/6/2009 9/30/2009 2009D3 BI Day MTWTF 7/13/2009 9/18/2009 2009N3 NET Day MTWTF 8/3/2009 10/28/2009 2009B3 BI Day MTWTF 8/10/2009 10/16/2009 2009I3 BI Evening TTS2 8/18/2009 3/25/2010 2009H3 SP Day MTWTF 8/24/2009 10/15/2009 2009T3 NET Day MTWTF 9/7/2009 12/4/2009 2009R3 SP Evening TTS2 9/8/2009 3/11/2010 2009G3 BI Day MTWTF 9/14/2009 11/20/2009 2009S3 SQL Day MTWTF 9/21/2009 12/16/2009 2009E3 NET Evening MWS1 9/28/2009 6/23/2010 2009Q4 NET Day MTWTF 10/18/2009 1/20/2010 2009B4 BI Day MTWTF 10/26/2009 12/31/2009 2009H4 SP Day MTWTF 11/16/2009 1/11/2010 2009N4 NET Day MTWTF 11/29/2009 3/3/2010 2009G4 BI Day MTWTF 12/6/2009 2/12/2010 2009I4 BI Evening MWS2 12/14/2009 7/14/2010 2010S1 SQL Day MTWTF 1/4/2010 3/31/2010 2010Q1 NET Day MTWTF 1/10/2010 4/14/2010 2010R1 SP Evening MWS1 1/11/2010 7/7/2010 2010B1 BI Day MTWTF 1/18/2010 3/26/2010 2010E1 NET Evening TTS1 1/26/2010 11/11/2010 2010H1 SP Day MTWTF 2/15/2010 4/6/2010 2010N1 NET Day MTWTF 2/22/2010 5/26/2010 2010G1 BI Day MTWTF 3/1/2010 5/7/2010 2010S2 SQL Day MTWTF 4/5/2010 6/30/2010 2010Q2 NET Day MTWTF 4/12/2010 7/14/2010 2010I2 BI Evening TTS2 4/13/2010 11/4/2010 2010B2 BI Day MTWTF 4/19/2010 6/25/2010 2010R2 SP Evening TTS1 5/11/2010 11/11/2010 2010H2 SP Day MTWTF 5/17/2010 7/6/2010 2010N2 NET Day MTWTF 5/24/2010 8/25/2010 2010E2 NET Evening MWS1 5/24/2010 3/9/2011 2010G2 BI Day MTWTF 6/1/2010 8/4/2010 continued on page 19 SetFocus • Catalog 2009 | 2010 • www.setfocus.com
  • 19. 19 Academic Calendar 2009 | 2010 (continued) .NET / .NET BI / Business Intelligence SQL / SQL Server SP / SharePoint Session Track Timeframe Days of Week Start Date End Date 2010S3 SQL Day MTWTF 7/5/2010 9/29/2010 2010Q3 NET Day MTWTF 7/12/2010 10/13/2010 2010B3 BI Day MTWTF 7/19/2010 9/24/2010 2010I3 BI Evening TTS2 8/9/2010 3/2/2011 2010H3 SP Day MTWTF 8/16/2010 10/5/2010 2010N3 NET Day MTWTF 8/23/2010 11/24/2010 2010G3 BI Day MTWTF 8/30/2010 11/5/2010 2010R3 SP Evening MWS1 9/13/2010 3/16/2011 2010E3 NET Evening TTS1 9/27/2010 7/13/2011 2010S4 SQL Day MTWTF 10/4/2010 12/29/2010 2010Q4 NET Day MTWTF 10/11/2010 1/12/2011 2010B4 BI Day MTWTF 10/18/2010 12/24/2010 2010H4 SP Day MTWTF 11/15/2010 1/4/2011 2010N4 NET Day MTWTF 11/29/2010 3/2/2011 2010G4 BI Day MTWTF 12/6/2010 2/11/2011 2010I4U BI Evening TTS2 12/7/2010 6/30/2011 All dates may be subject to change. SetFocus • Catalog 2009 | 2010 • www.setfocus.com
  • 20. 20 Application for SetFocus Master’s Program Mail or fax application to: SetFocus Attn: Admissions 4 Century Drive Parsippany, NJ 07054 Fax: 973.889.0213 1. Personal Data Name: _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Last First Middle Former Last Name (one only) Mailing Address: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Number Street Apt. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ City County State Zip Home Telephone: _________________________________ Email: ___________________________________________________________ Work Phone: _____________________________________ Cell Phone: (______)_______________________________________________ Employer: _______________________________________ Position: _________________________________________________________ Are you eligible to work in the United States? ___________ If you are not a U.S. citizen, do you have the legal right to remain permanently in the United States? ___________ What is your visa status? (If no to the previous question.) ________________________________________________________________ 2. Academic History Have you ever applied to The Master’s Program? Yes No If yes, did you attend? Yes No List, in chronological order, ALL colleges, professional schools or universities you have attended. Institution City, State Dates of Attendance Diploma / Degree Completion Date 3. Additional Data Which Master’s Program track are you applying for? .NET SQL Server MS Business Intelligence SharePoint How many years of IT experience do you have? ___________ Why are you applying? ______________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________ 4. All Applicants I certify that the information I have given is true to the best of my knowledge. Applicant’s signature: ________________________________________________________ Date: ______________________ SetFocus does not discriminate on the basis of sex, physical handicap, race, age, color and national, or ethnic origin, in the administration of its admissions, educational policies, and loan programs, or other company policies including employment. SetFocus •SetFocus • www.setfocus.com Catalog 2009 | 2010 • www.setfocus.com