Computer Technician

The average computer technician earns more than $21 an hour, and this program can put you on that career path in as little as a month. Train for a career repairing and maintaining computers and network servers in almost any small or large business or government. This program prepares you to obtain your CompTIA A+* and Network+* certifications, and puts you in the driver’s seat toward becoming a successful help desk technician, computer support specialist, information technology specialist, or network technician.
To earn this certificate, students must successfully complete the following courses within a two-year period.  Courses should be taken in the order listed below.

*Additional Testing required for certifications.

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Take the following courses in order starting with A+ IT Technician

A+ IT Technician

ID: CEDST-528

Learn to install, remove, upgrade, maintain, and troubleshoot computer hardware while building your own computer to take home after class, from the provided kit. An essential course for if you are or want to be an entry-level computer service technician. Prepare for the latest A+ certifications.

  • Total Hours: 60.00
  • CEUs: 6.00
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Network +

ID: CENET-747

Acquire the fundamental skills and concepts that are used on the job in any type of networking career. Work with the major networking technologies and systems in use in modern PC-based computer networks as you prepare for the Network+ certification exam.

  • Total Hours: 60.00
  • CEUs: 6.00
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