Computer Repair and Networking
Lebanon Technology & Career Center
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The Computer Maintenance/Networking Program prepares individuals for entering occupations in the information technology (IT) field that involve troubleshooting, repair, and maintenance of personal computers. Skills are developed by hands-on practice in computer assembly, computer upgrades and configurations, and computer networks.
Customized Training Business Classes
The Tech Center Adult Education Program Director, Mr. Keith Davis, can customize a course of Business Technology, Accounting or Computer Technology for you. You can take some or all of these classes or have a major emphasis in one of the above listed areas.
Name: Brian Jackson
Degree and Certification: Bachelor of Science
Education: Southwest Baptist University, Bolivar, Missouri
Years in Education: 2 years
Areas of Training
Computer Repair--The Computer Repair curriculum is designed around the CompTIA A+ test. Students who successfully complete Computer Repair will be on their way to take the A+ certification test. Students will learn the components of a personal computer, their function and uses. In addition, the students will learn operating system installation and setup for Windows XP, and Linux. Ultimately, students learn troubleshooting techniques and how to repair computers. It is recommended that students enroll in other computer application oriented courses to supplement the Computer Repair course.
The students for the above mentioned class must complete an LTCC application and receive approval from LTCC.
Computer Networking--The Computer Networking curriculum is designed around the CompTIA's Network+ certification. Students will learn how to setup and configure a local area network, develop an understanding of network cabling, as well as how to install and document a network. It is recommended the students enroll in other computer application oriented courses to supplement the Computer Networking course. Students will learn the hardware and software that make up a computer network and have the opportunity to prepare for certification examination. Students will further develop problem-solving skills, continue to work in a team environment, and become a life-long learner to succeed in this career path. During the second semester, students may have an opportunity to participate in an internship program.
The students for the above mentioned class must complete Computer Repair and complete an LTCC application and receive approval from LTCC.
Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2008-2009 Edition
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The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a publication of the United States Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics that includes information about the nature of work, working conditions, training and education, earnings, and job outlook for hundreds of different occupations. The Handbook is released biennially with its companion publication the Career Guide to Industries. The current 2008-2009 edition was released in December 2007 and includes employment projections for the period 2006-2016.
Because the Occupational Outlook Handbook is a U.S. government publication it is not under copyright and is reproduced in various forms by other publishers, with additional information or features.