Accredited vocational schools can offer an education in information technology which will train you for a variety of careers in technical support. Degrees and certificates are available at several levels for those looking to become a technical support specialist. Graduates are trained to repair and debug hard drives and other tasks in order to resolve computer problems.
With an accredited degree you will have the opportunity to find employment as a network manager, network specialist, network technician, PC support specialist, webmaster, programmer, help desk technician, and more. PC hardware and software, communication, information technology, network operating systems, database systems, and other coursework may be included in the curriculum.
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Network support technicians are trained to install and troubleshoot a variety of networks, install hardware, test and repair a variety of systems, maintain network systems, and other tasks. With an accredited degree in network support graduates will be prepared for employment in positions like technical support, help desk operation, network administration, and much more. Areas of study may include networking principles, business, report writing, network installation, operating systems, information technology
, hardware and software design, servers, network systems, computer programming, database management, and other relevant studies.
Degrees are available to those looking to become network technicians, network managers, systems administrators, network specialists, UNIX systems administrators, technical support representatives, help desk technicians, customer support, and networking
professionals. Accredited degrees and certificates in technical support will train students to write educational material, set up and maintain websites, solve software and hardware problems, keep the internet functioning properly, and other skills. Areas of study may consist of databases, applications, hardware, networks, programming, microcomputer maintenance, operating systems, and design and management.
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Accreditation helps to ensure that students receive a quality education from the educational program they attend. There are several accrediting agencies like the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC)
that are approved to provide accreditation to vocational schools.
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