Computer Technician Training

IT Support Specialists Keep Businesses Running

Quick Class Facts

Network and Technical Support Training (NTST) prepares you for a career as a computer support specialist. According to the Department of Labor, employment opportunities as a Computer Support Specialist (SOC 15-1151.00 | DOT 032.262-010) are “expected to grow 18 percent from 2010 to 2020” and for Network or System Administrators (SOC 15-1142.00), “expected to grow 28 percent from 2010 to 2020, faster than the average for all occupations.”

To get started in these fields you need to have practical hands-on experience and that is exactly what NTST is designed to do.

NTST is much more than a technical training class. It is a comprehensive vocational training program that offers students a chance to learn real workplace skills that are both technical and professional. Students will learn what will be expected of them on the job, from troubleshooting computer and networking problems to reporting to their supervisor in a professional way.

NTST graduates hold a variety of jobs in the broad IT support field. Some of the job duties recent NTST graduates perform include

  • In-person & Phone user support
  • Network Troubleshooting
  • Drive Imaging
  • Hardware Repair