Information Technology

Instructor: Mr. Jerome Mick
 jmick@ccctc.edu
1-814-765-5308

The Information Technology program prepares students for an entry level position in the computer field or continuing education at a post-secondary institution. Students will learn computer maintenance and programming. The program takes a broad-spectrum approach to teaching the computer field.

The Information Technology program prepares students for an entry level position in the computer field or continuing education at a post-secondary institution. Students will learn computer maintenance and programming. The program takes a broad-spectrum approach to teaching the computer field.

Areas of Instruction:

  • Computer Fundamentals
  • Computer Repair
  • Computer Maintenance and Troubleshooting
  • Productivity Software
  • Office Procedures and Customer Service Skills
  • Database Administration
  • Safety
  • Networking
  • Security

Career Certification:

The IT program prepares students for the IC3 Computer Fundamentals, CompTIA Starta, and CompTIA A+ Certifications.

What are the Benefits?

The IT program will prepare you for a  future career path in computers and business-related occupations. Types of jobs available for IT students are:

  • Computer Technician
  • Network Technician
  • System Administrator
  • Telecommunications
  • System Analyst

What is Information Technology?

The Information Technology  program at the Career Center helps prepare students to enter into an entry-level position or to go on to post-secondary schooling.    Students will learn computer maintenance and programming. The following topics are  taught in the IT program:

  • Productivity Software
  • Computer Maintenance & Troubleshooting
  • Safety-Related to Computers
  • Office Procedures & Customer Service Skills
  • Computer Fundamentals
  • Computer Repair
  • Networking
  • Security
  • Network Cabling Installation

Skills Needed:

This course is taught with hands-on training and theory. Students must be able to work independently, using verbal and textbook instruction.  Required skills for IT are:

  • Strong reading and writing skills
  • Basic computer concepts
  • Able to work independently or in a group setting
  • Organization

College Credits available in Information Technology from:

 

 

Adult Education Information

Cost:
$6,800.00 – Includes books, NOCTI and OSHA Certification
Estimated expenses not included in tuition:
Criminal Record Check – $22.00
Child Abuse Clearance – $8.00
Federal Criminal History Record-$22.60
2 Industry Certifications (CompTIA A+ and CompTIA Strata-optional) – $300.00

Academic Year:  9 months/900 hours
Start Date: August 

Schedule:   Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-2:30 pm

Book included in tuition
ISBN 9780071795913
Mike Meyers’ Comp TIA A+ Guide to Managing and Troubleshooting PCs, 4th Edition
Mike Meyers

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