Network Systems Specialist

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Network Systems Specialist

The Network Systems Specialist student will be exposed to technical skills such as computer hardware diagnostics, troubleshooting, computer software and network fundamentals, which are necessary to become A+, Network+, Security+, Server+, and MCSA/MCSE certified technician.

These skills will be learned through a series of hands-on lab exercises and book assignments. The labs and exercises are designed to teach and improve the student’s PC configuration and troubleshooting skills as well as develop the problem solving skills necessary to function as a PC support or helpdesk technician.

To Enroll, print and fill out the application, then contact the Program Manager to schedule a meeting.

Individual class modules may be purchased separately. Click here for availability. Sufficient enrollment is required for class to run.


Networking and Office Skills Training Manager

GreGory Browder

Phone: (419) 998-3053
Fax:
(419) 998-2994
Email:
gregory.browder@apollocc.org

The Networking and Office Skills Training department offers full time and part time classes to enhance your computer skills and technical knowledge. In addition to our regularly scheduled classes, we offer customized classes that address the needs of your organization. Classes can be held at your site or in our Corporate Center Computer Lab.

Network Systems Specialist Course Schedule

Start-End: TBA – Please call program manager listed at the bottom left
Days: Monday – Thursday
Time: 6-10 p.m.
Total Tuition: $7,200
Cost Breakdown
Length: Approx. 11 months
Hours: 600 (45 weeks)

According to the Department of Labor, www.lmi.state.oh.us, “Employment of computer support specialists is expected to increase by 14 percent from 2008 to 2018. Demand for these workers will result as organizations and individuals continue to adopt the newest forms of technology…and to resolve the technical problems that arise.”

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