Are you Interested in Computers and Networking?
If you enjoy helping family and friends resolve computer problems, or simply love learning new technology, you can turn your interest into a career! In only seven months, MTTI will train you to work as an entry-level Computer and Network Support Technician. Employment for computer support specialists is expected to increase by 14 percent from 2008 to 2018, which is faster than average for all occupations.1
1 Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Handbook 2010-2011
Hands-On Training Taught by Industry Experienced/Certified Instructors
Through a combination of classroom and hands-on training—all taught by your primary instructor—you’ll gain the skills to assemble, configure, troubleshoot and manage PCs and networks. Graduates work for businesses, schools, and health care organizations, in both field support and help desk environments.
Build Your Own Computer
When you obtain training related employment within 90 days after graduation, you’ll be eligible to keep the computer you build during class as a tool bonus.
Internships Provide Real-Life Experience
You’ll complete an internship toward the end of the program that will prepare you with the additional IT experience employers want. You’ll have the opportunity to earn a positive reference for future employment, and may receive an offer of employment.
MTTI is a CompTIA Authorized Partner Program
CompTIA recognizes MTTI as a training facility that provides the most comprehensive certification exam preparation. During the program, you will be preparing and practicing to take the A+ Certification exam, which is a credential that is highly valued by many employers.
The A+ Certification exam is the industry standard for computer support technicians. Two exams are necessary to be certified:
CompTIA A+ Essentials, tests for technical understanding of computer technology, networking and security, as well as the communication skills and professionalism now required of all entry-level IT professionals.
CompTIA A+ Practical Application, is an extension of the knowledge and skills identified in the Essentials exam, with a more “hands-on” orientation focused on scenarios in which troubleshooting and tools must be applied to resolve problems.
Get more details about our Computer Service/Network Technician program and MTTI’s tool bonus.
For information on graduation rates, median debt of graduates completing this program and other important information, please visit the Program Consumer Information page.
For Gainful Employment information about this program, view the Gainful Employment Disclosure for the Computer Service Technician/Network Installer program.