Computer Network Technician

Program Description

At ICoHS, we pride ourselves in helping our students create better lives and begin new careers. We are committed to our students’ future success and we consider ourselves responsible for teaching students the skills they need to be masters in their chosen specialization. That is why we are proud to announce that this commitment now extends to new professions never before offered at ICoHS. In our newly offered program, students at ICoHS may gain the knowledge and skills necessary to become Computer Network Technicians.

We are excited to offer a computer technology program that teaches students how to work with computers and prepares graduates for entry level positions in computers and Information Technology. Our Computer Network Technician program is driven for today’s technological world, yet still encompasses ICoHS’ philosophy of holistic education. We offer small class sizes, teachers who care about and support their students, and a sense of family within our school. If you’re analytical, enjoy problem-solving and new technology, and you’re looking to establish a challenging new career, training as MCTS Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist at ICoHS could be a great option for you.

Program Details

The objective of the Computer Network Technician program is to prepare graduates for jobs in a broad spectrum of computer networking services in a technically-oriented environment. Our new computer technology program gives students a strong foundation in selecting, installing, and configuring basic personal computing hardware and installing various Windows and Linux operating systems, installing basic productivity applications (such as Microsoft Office), setting up simple wired and wireless networks, creating and managing active directory domain, and working with virtualized systems. In today’s technology-driven society, computer specialists are in high demand, and a graduate of ICoHS’ program can look forward to a rewarding career as a Computer Support Technician, Network Support Technician, Computer or Information Technology Services Administrator and more.