As a Computer Technician, you would:
- Install hardware and software systems
- Maintain or repair equipment
- Troubleshoot a variety of computer issues
- Set up computer security measures
- Configure computer networks
- Offer technical support on-site or via phone or email
- And much more
Where do Computer Technicians work?
Computer technicians can be found working in a variety of industries. Possible positions range from a computer technician in a retail electronics store who helps repair hardware and software, to a technician support advisor who helps people over the phone with their computer issues, to a member of an internal IT team within large and medium sized companies.
How much do computer technicians earn?
Department of Labor reports that the middle 50% of professionals in the field earn between $37,000 and $62,000 a year.
Is the Computer Technician field growing?
The 2012-2013 edition of the Occupational Outlook Handbook, published by the U.S. Department of Labor estimates a growing job market as industry employment is projected to grow by 18%, or over 110,000 new jobs, by 2020.
ONLINE AND ON DEMAND With online training, you can minimize the challenges of taking time out to return to school. The online training format offers distinct advantages, including the opportunity to study on a schedule that fits your life. Enjoy the flexibility to adjust the time and effort you devote to your coursework each day and progress at the pace that matches your learning style.
The Computer Technician program includes access to three professional support teams – student support, technical support, and graduate support. All these teams are committed to helping you graduate quickly, prepare for CompTIA A+ certification, and successfully move into the workforce.
Cost is $1,650* plus $30 Registration fee
*Cost includes books, online materials, a computer kit, and two exam vouchers for the CompTIA exams.
PROGRAM OVERVIEW & COMPLETION HOURS
CMP 361-7101 - Computer Technician Program
|Troubleshooting, Repair, and Maintenence Essentials||15|
|Operating Systems & Software Essentials||35|
|Operating Procedure Essentials||5|
|Practical Hardware Application||35|
|Practical Operating Systems Applications||35|
|Practical Networking Applications||10|
|Practical Security Applications||10|
|Practical Skills Lab||10|
|Final Exam Preparation||1|
For more information
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