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Computer Network & Security

Central Career School’s Computer Network & Security Program provides you with the necessary knowledge and hands-on skills to be successful in today’s technological environment.

You will be prepared to handle the general and specialized assignments that require strong computer hardware, systems software, applications software and configuration skills.

Graduates from our Computer Network & Security Program are prepared to seek employment opportunities in any of the vast number of modern office settings that call for computer and technological support.

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Learning Outcomes

As a Computer Network and Security student at Central Career School you will be trained in the software applications that are used regularly in today’s modern office environment:

  • PC Hardware
  • Computer Network Infrastructure
  • Technological Software
  • MS Windows Server Administration
  • Computer and Technology Security
  • Computer Routing
  • Computerized Switches
  • MS Office Applications
  • Web Design
  • Internet Marketing
  • And much more!

During the Computer Network & Security Program, you will receive intensive practical application training in technology support as well as general Business Skills training. Importantly, you will be taught the job search skills and strategies needed to successfully compete in today’s job market. Resume preparation, interviewing techniques, etc. are also covered.

Career Opportunities

Graduates from our Computer Network & Security Program are prepared to seek employment opportunities in any of the vast number of modern office settings that call for computer and technological support.

These may include businesses of all sizes, from Fortune 500 companies to small, growing entrepreneurial firms as well as government offices, non-profit organizations and many others.

Did You Know?

What the U.S.Bureau of Labor Statistics says about Computer Support Specialists.

  • Employment of computer support specialists is expected to grow 18 percent from 2010 to 2020, about as fast as the average for all occupations.
  • Computer support specialists work in many different industries, including IT, education, finance, health care, and telecommunication.

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LS Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11 Edition: Dental Assistants (Selected excerpts).

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Central Career School's Computer Network & Security Program

Acquire the skills to satisfy the needs of modern office settings that call for computer and technological support.
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