We design hardware, software and courseware materials for cybersecurity, IT, green technology and smart tech systems programs.


What Have We Been Doing the Past 40+ Years?

The Marcraft brand has been providing technical training solutions for more than 40 years. Today, we focus on Cybersecurity & IT, Green Technology, Connectivity and Smart Technology Systems training programs that excel in either a classroom or professional training environment. We are a brand of North Park Innovations Group, Inc.

We engineer and design the training hardware, software and courseware materials necessary for success in your school classroom, career/technical education facility, or professional training environments. Marcraft serves customers in all 50 states, the Canadian provinces and in more than 30 countries around the world.

Marcraft courses in cybersecurity, IT, green technology and smart tech systems programs

Incredible technological advances in the last few decades have created a flood of job opportunities for people possessing the right technical skills.

Marcraft’s mission is to develop products and curriculum of exceptional quality for use in effectively teaching and training individuals in careers such as Cybersecurity & IT, Green Technologies, Smart Homes, Connectivity and more. These programs are tailored toward today’s high-demand skill sets.

Marcraft stands above the rest as the premier technical training provider specializing in hands-on, real-world inspired labs and practicums. Marcraft’s approach to these subjects focuses on providing a comprehensive and integrated program tailored toward achieving the skills, knowledge, and certification necessary to begin and/or advance the career of choice.

Marcraft at the SkillsUSA Cybersecurity Competition 2023

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Marcraft is a proud supporter, contributor and judge at the National SkillsUSA Competition! We chair the national Cybersecurity competition.
SkillsUSA Cybersecurity Competitors - students participate
Cybersecurity Essentials Lab training program with eight stations.
Several tables filled with GT-1500 panels from the introductory course of generating clean electrons