LIMITED NUMBER OF SCHOLARSHPS AVAILABLE FOR UPTO $3000 ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS. APPLY TODAY.
EARN YOUR NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR SPECIALIST DIPLOMA IN ONLY 12 MONTHS!
If you are constantly spending time at the computer and are thrilled by the opportunity to problem solve and are looking to jump into one of the fastest growing industries out there, then Centre for Arts and Technology’s Network Administrator Specialist program is for you!
The program is developed by working professionals and begins by educating you on the foundation of computer networking and administration skills then further expands upon these skills in order to assist you in successfully launching your career in the IT industry.
You will learn how to fully manage network systems as well as provide desktop support for any organization. As a graduate, you will be able to write your Microsoft, CompTIA and Cisco certification exams.
With the guidance of our industry professional instructors you will gain both professional skills as well as the interpersonal skills needed to excel in the industry.
PROGRAM JOB OUTCOMES
- Network Administrator
- Computer Network Technician
- Network Support Technician, LAN Manager
- Network Engineer
- Network Analyst
- Computer and Network Operator
- User Support Analyst
- IT Support Technician
- Desktop Support Specialist
- Hardware Installation Coordinator
- LAN Technician
PROGRAM START DATES
There are four starts within the calendar year: January, April, July, and October. Many of our programs have multiple starts, however, not all campuses offer all four starts and not all programs are offered during each start. For the most up-to-date information, contact a Program Advisor.
Although the Centre encourages applicants to submit applications a minimum of six weeks prior to program commencement, with permission, late applications may still be allowed. All applications received less than six weeks prior to program start require the seat reservation deposit paid in full as well as all other admissions requirements to be completed at the time of the application.
Last updated October 9, 2015