PC Support Specialist
More and more, companies rely on tech support positions to keep their businesses in running order. Because of this, the job market is wide open for those people considering a career in the IT field. A PC Support Specialist’s duties may consist of performing routine maintenance on computer systems, setting up equipment, training employees in the use of hardware, and answering questions for users.
Asher College prepares students for careers as PC Support Specialists through hands-on instruction from IT professionals with the knowledge to help them reach their goals. If you enjoy solving PC puzzles, interacting with coworkers, and helping others with computer problems, then a career as a PC Support Specialist might be just what you’re looking for.
Asher College’s PC Support Specialist program teaches the skills needed to become employable as an entry level computer technician or help desk specialist. Students enrolled in this program will learn PC hardware support skills such as PC repair, hardware installation, and computer, printer, and tablet networking, as well as the basics of Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and Outlook. Students
|Program Course – Details|
|PC Support Level 1 & 2 – CompTIA A+ Certification – Vendor Exam: 220-901 & 220-902|
|Career Success – Soft skills are more important than ever and this course will help you enhance the skills you have and then develop the ones you need.|
|Introduction to Networking – CompTIA Network+ Certification – Vendor Exam: N10-006 or MTA-98-366 – Microsoft Introduction to Networking|
|Advanced Career Development – Skill development|
|MS Essentials – Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook skill development|
Once you graduate you can start a career as one of the following:
- Computer Support Specialist
- Help Desk Administrator
- Desktop Support
- PC Support Specialist
- Customer Service Support Tech
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