When your computer goes down, who do you call? The information technologist (IT) is everyone’s hero when our technology goes on the fritz, whether we work in an office or study at home. The IT keeps businesses and institutions running by supporting and/or managing computer networks, analyzing, testing, problem-solving, and evaluating local area networks (LAN) and wide area networks (WAN). OCC Career Advantage offers a network technician program, along with a number of other specialized certificates that will help you enter or advance as a professional in this crucial, and exploding career field. Start building the skills you need to be the company hero – read on to learn more about your options.
A sampling of courses for these careers
Introduction to Networking
Database Design and Data Warehousing
Windows Desktop Administration
Network Infrastructure Administration
Fundamentals of Information Security