In the high tech world we live in, computer hardware and software support are two of the core competencies required for building the next generation of IT technologies. A+ Certification is an industry recognized credential that certifies the competency of PC Service Specialists. After completing this program, the student will have a working knowledge to build, repair, troubleshoot and configure a computer and its software. Simulated test engines will help prepare the students for each CompTIA certification exam.
The BICSI Installer Level I Certification is the industry recognized credential that certifies the competency of cabling installation. Students should be able to install cable support systems, prepare wall and floor outlet locations, prepare utility pole and modular furniture station locations, perform cable pulling setup, Pull backbone cable in riser from top down and from bottom up, pull horizontal backbone cabling, pull horizontal station cable in conduit, pull horizontal cable in open ceiling spaces, firestopping products and installation practices, perform cable pre-termination functions, perform copper and coaxial terminations, and remove abandoned cable. The goals of this program is to provide students with the foundation not only necessary to master the information and skills required to successfully pass each exam, as well as the skills and knowledge necessary to acquire an entry position in IT.