COMPUTER NETWORK TECHNICIAN

Training Program

Summary

  • Duration: 11 months
  • Prepare for entry-level computer networking and support positions
  • Learn hands-on with current computers systems
  • Tech is a growing field
  • Learn system troubleshooting, maintenance, repair, design, and analysis
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Computer and Network Technician

Are you interested in technology? Do you enjoy using computers? Florida Career College’s Computer and Network Technician program can teach you the skills you need to troubleshoot, analyze, and repair computer systems. In as little as 11 months, you can train and pursue an entry-level career as a Computer and Network Technician.

Summary

  • Duration: 11 months
  • Prepare for entry-level computer networking and support positions
  • Learn hands-on with current computers systems
  • Tech is a growing field
  • Learn system troubleshooting, maintenance, repair, design, and analysis

Career Outcomes

The Computer and Network Technician program will train you in the tools and techniques used by today’s computer-networking professionals. With these new skills, you’ll be prepared to turn your interest in computers into the beginnings of a career designing, maintaining, and repairing systems. Here are a few of the entry-level positions our graduates qualify for:

  • Computer Support Specialist
  • Electrical Technician
  • Electronics Technician
 

Campus Locations

Businesses always need skilled computer network and support professionals. That’s why Florida Career College offers this program at most of our locations. Turn your career dreams into reality at one of the following campuses:

About the Program

Your education will consist of hands-on training in the knowledge and tools currently used by networking professionals in the industry. You’ll learn how to analyze and find system resolutions and how to enhance network operating systems. Network security is also an important subject covered in the program, along with the following courses:

Courses in the Patient Care Technician program include:

Course Title
Applications and Information Technology
Windows Operating System
Computer Support and Maintenance
Networking Essentials
Introduction to UNIX/LINUX
Guide to A+ Software
Administering Windows and Exchange Servers
Guide to A+ Hardware
Managing Users in a Network Environment