Our History

Password Training Center, Inc. was founded and incorporated in the year 2000 as a computer information system training center specialized in information technologies professional certifications, such as the ones from CompTIA (Computer Technology Industry Association), Pearson Vue Testing Center Provider, and Microsoft Business Partner.


After recognizing the need to create a postsecondary institution in the south-western geographical are that base its curriculum on postsecondary occupational programs based in the industry standards, a new division was established on 2004 with the name of Password Technical College (PTC) and with a license to operate at the postsecondary non-degree level with technical, vocational and high skills programs. The License Number is V 51-06 and was issued by the Council of Education of Puerto Rico.


Currently, PTC offer courses in the information technology, healthcare, medical electronic billing, electricity with photovoltaic systems and refrigeration and AC areas using classroom and distance education methodologies.


Recently, PTC expanded their partnership as a Cisco Networking Academy and as a Mile2 Academic Partner.


Since its inception, we have worked hard our offer of vocational program for adults in order to develop occupational trained people and encouraged them to improve the quality of their life in the family and communities’ environments.


As an educational institution we have grown, currently our facilities meet favorably with our offer. We are highly motivated to continue working as we have done in the last 18 years.


Since it foundation, the school have been managed by its current President and Administrative Director, Mr. Javier P. Irizarry Riveiro.


Password Technical College is postsecondary proprietary schools authorized to operate at this level by the Council of Education of Puerto Rico (PO Box 195429, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico 00919). The school is approved to provide academic and occupational training by the Veterans Affairs Department students under the various GI Bill programs and “Consorcio Sur-Oeste” under the “Work Inforcerment Act” (WIA).