Break into tech without coding – learn Sales Engineering and earn $100K a year on average!
to secure your place in this round
6 weeks of studying + 3 weeks of Internship Simulator
no prior sales or tech experience needed
Sales Engineers support companies by successfully turning customers’ pain points & expectations to proposed solutions. They play a key role in tech companies as they gather extensive knowledge about the product and share it with prospects and customers.
Earn a high base salary plus bonuses! Graduate and apply to high-paying positions such as Tech Sales Rep, Sales Engineer, Software Sales Representative, Business Development Representative, Sales Development Representative, and more!
Meet your Career Advisor and start your journey toward a successful career in Tech Sales. Ask about financing options!
Join live or learn via self-paced recorded training. Practice new skills with hands-on assignments, homework and quizzes
Get experience for your resume and LinkedIn with an internship. Gain confidence for your upcoming job interviews
Your 1:1 Career Coach will help you improve your resume and LinkedIn profile and prepare for job interviews
Get a job faster with our Job Search Tools. Our tools accelerate and simplify your job search process, saving you time. Exclusively available for Careerist students
Our graduates achieve an average starting salary of $75-100K per year within months of finishing the program
Learn how to ace any job interviews
Upgrade your online presence
New, most relevant jobs. Every day
Focus on important, we ensure most effective experience
L1. Intro to Sales Engineering
L2. Tech Industry Mindset
L3. Sales cycle and roles
L4. Chalk talk
L5. Effective Sales Presentations and Proposals
L6. Product demo
L8. Needs Assessment
L9. Chalk talk
L10. Customer Negotiation
L11. Overcoming Objections
L12. Product demo workshop
L13. Communication, meetings and events
L14. Chalk talk
L15. Customer records and CRM
L16. IT & Computing basics
L17. Software Development Concepts
L18. Software Design Concepts
L19. Chalk talk
L20. Data & AI
L21. Network and Security Foundations
L22. The Evolution of Cybersecurity
L23. Cloud computing
L24. Chalk talk
L25. Tech Topic recap
L26. Personal Branding and LinkedIn profile
L27. Job Search Strategy
L28. Mastering Interviews
L29. Chalk talk
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When choosing to study at Careerist, we choose an opportunity already in the process of learning to work out in practice all the basic skills
Take part in team meetings, identify customer pain points and discover solutions
Present your demo to a panel of instructors and sharpen your sales skills
Get constructive feedback from your Internship Lead to improve your performance
Employ the daily tools used by Sales Engineers like HubSpot, Salesforce, and Jira
Earlier this week I did complete my resume and completed the overhaul of my LinkedIn account. We (my coaches and I) were working on the About Me section, and I noticed a huge change in views on my LinkedIn page after making all those adjustments in a matter of three days. So with the proper adjustments, I can honestly say it makes a difference. My coach made some suggestions to use specific terms to make sure that my page pops out, and that’s been very helpful.
I went through the course and I learned a lot. And this is the biggest thing I’ve learned--I didn’t really have too much experience in sales or tech at the time, but I learned that in interviews and things like that it doesn’t really matter. You do need to understand it (i.e., the requirements of the job and the tech field in general), but it’s more about how you story-tell. The biggest thing is painting the picture for people and just being able to have a good conversation with whoever is interviewing you.
My background has been sales my whole life until COVID happened, so I decided to become a behavioral analyst, which was a very stressful job. I work for Verizon now, and I’ve always been intrigued by tech. I saw Careerist, I did my research, and I also knew a person who had gone through the program, and I was really excited to be a part of it and just jump in.
Because Careerist is fully committed to your success, we now offer a 100% money back guarantee if you don’t land a job in tech within 1 year of graduation. Read the complete terms and conditions here.
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