Are you interested in computers? Do you have a passion for technology? Do you want to be part of the IT world? Branford Hall’s Computer Networking Management program prepares students for the high-tech world of computer support and networking.
In our program, you will become skilled in areas such as installation, preventative maintenance, networking, network administration, network security, and trouble-shooting. The training will give you the qualifications to become a bench technician, desktop support technician, network specialist, IT support technician, or other similar IT role.
Graduates of this program go on to seek employment in entry-level positions such as computer repair technicians, help desk technicians, desktop support, computer systems administrators, or network technicians.
No computer experience is required to enroll in our program. With the Computer Networking Management program at Branford Hall, we will help you gain the essential foundation you need to enter the IT field and build your career.
If this career field sounds like a good fit for you, you may want to read more about the Computer Networking Management program at Branford Hall.
A Day in the Life of a Computer Networking Management Technician
Working in computer networking management is never dull, since the day-to-day operations of many businesses rely so heavily on a smoothly functioning computer network. Some of your daily tasks might include:
- Installing operating systems
- Performing preventative maintenance
- Configuring networks
- Adding and deleting users
- Backing up servers
- Loading new software applications
- Maintaining network security
- Trouble-shooting when programs are not working
Train Close to Home
The Computer Networking Management program is available at the following campuses:
For more information about this, or any other program offerings, contact the campus nearest you. Our knowledgeable staff can help you on your career path.
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