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- Provides students with the knowledge, skills, and hands-on training to become successful entry-level computer network technicians (CNTs)
- Teaches students how to troubleshoot, repair, and maintain computer systems and networks
- Instructs students on how to enhance the security of computer systems and networks
Computer and Network Technician Training Program
The Computer and Network Technician Training Program at Florida Career College (FCC) provides students with the knowledge, skills, and hands-on training they need to pursue a rewarding, entry-level career in technology. As a computer and network technician, you will be tasked with setting up, maintaining, and repairing computer systems and networks. The course covers basic computer components, operating systems, computer networks, and basic security concepts.
Computer and Network Technicians are responsible for setting up computers and internet connections, establishing various types of networks, and ensuring optimal connectivity. A typical day in the life of a computer network technician might involve troubleshooting computer software and hardware issues and proceed to make the necessary adjustments so that the software and hardware work together in harmony. Oftentimes, CNTs are tasked with offering support to clients and end-users over the phone or via email.
FCC’s CNT Training Course covers the fundamentals of computer networking, enabling graduates to pursue entry-level CNT career options upon completion of the program. The great thing about FCC’s program is that it can be completed, and you can earn your diploma in as few as 10 months, placing you on the fast track to pursue your career in technology. Additionally, the course prepares students for three important certifications: the CompTia, CompTia Network+, and Security+ certifications.
What Does This Program Teach You?
The program teaches students how to ensure operating systems and applications are working properly and how to troubleshoot and repair common computer hardware and software problems. As students continue through coursework, they will take a deeper dive into developing a well-rounded set of technological skills that computer network technicians need to succeed in their careers.
Here is a summary of the topics covered by the computer and network technician training program:
- 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
Computer and Network Technician Outcomes
Graduates who complete and graduate from the Computer Network Technician Training Program enter the candidate pool equipped with a level of knowledge, skills, and hands-on training that employers are looking for when seeking to hire entry-level CNTs. The skills you’ll earn from this program will turn your interest in computers into the beginning of a new career designing, maintaining, and repairing computer systems and networks.
Here are a few of the positions that you might qualify for after completing the CNT Program:
- Computer Support Specialist
- Electrical Technician
- Electronics Technician
About This Program
FCC’s Computer and Network Technician Program provides students with the knowledge, skills, and hands-on training they need to pursue a rewarding career in information system technologies. This hands-on training utilizes the tools currently being used by networking professionals. You will learn how to analyze computer systems and network problems as well as find resolutions to the issues.
The program will also teach you how to enhance the security of network and computer systems, as network security is covered in depth by our program. Upon successful completion and graduation from the program, graduates will be prepared to earn the following three important certifications: The CompTia, CompTia Network+, and Security+ certifications.
Applications and Information Technology
Windows Operating System
Computer Support and Maintenance
Introduction to UNIX/LINUX
Guide to A+ Software
Administering Windows and Exchange Servers
Guide to A+ Hardware
Managing Users in a Network Environment