Computer Repair / A+ Certification

A+Certification/1 74-15-50 $90

(180 hours)

This competency-based course is the first in a sequence of three designed for computer installation, preventive maintenance, networking, security, and troubleshooting. It provides students with project-based experiences in basic computer and peripheral servicing. Technical instruction includes an orientation, workplace safety policies and procedures, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on computer mathematics and the features and functions of the hardware components of a computer system: storage devices, motherboard, power supply devices, central processing unity, display devices, peripherals and input devices, adapter cards, and printers as well as laptops.

A+ Certification/2 74-15-60 $90

(180 hours)

This competency-based course is the second in a sequence of three designed for computer installation, preventive maintenance, networking, security, and troubleshooting. It provides students with project-based experiences in basic computer and peripheral servicing. Technical instruction includes an introduction and reviews of workplace safety policies and procedures, as well as employability skills. Emphasis is placed on current Windows-based operating systems and software and their operational procedures.

A+ Certification/3 74-15-70 $180

(180 hours)

This competency-based course is the last in a sequence of three designed for computer installation, preventive maintenance, networking, security, and troubleshooting. It provides students with project-based experiences in basic computer and peripheral servicing. Technical instruction includes an introduction, reviews of resource management and computer math, and basic entrepreneurship. Emphasis is placed on networking technologies/devices/protocols, basic security concepts and technologies, and troubleshooting, repair, and maintenance techniques and their relevance to the structure and function of a computer system.

Computers

Computer Operations/1: Foundation 77-65-50 $100

(180 hours)

This competency-base course is the first in a sequence designed for computer operation. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in basic computer operation. Emphasis is placed on the computer and its parts, computer operating systems, word processing, file management, Internet applications, e-mail, computer ethics and security, and virus and spyware protection.

Computer Operations/4: Presentations 75-45-50 $90

(90 hours)

This competency-based course is the fourth in a sequence of five designed for computer operation. Emphasis is placed on the different types of presentation graphics software, understanding the parts of the PowerPoint screen, navigating an existing presentation, creating a new presentation using the basic principles of design, filling in text boxes, inserting and formatting objects to edit and improve the presentation graphics, adding private notes for the speaker, printing the slides, and tips to maximize the effect and utility of the presentation.

Networking

Networking/1 77-65-50 $100

(180 hours)

This competency-based course is the first in a sequence of two courses designed to prepare students to pass the Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT) examination. Emphasis is placed on data bus, memory, network storage devices, communication ports, input and output devices, communication with other computers, portable computer, hardware configuration, operating systems, introduction to computer networking, introduction to network operating systems, connecting to the network and logging in, accessing data files on the network, OSI model, IEEE networking specifications, networking architecture, network layout design, networking media, networking interface cards, network protocols, and the network operating system.

Networking/2 77-65-50 $100

(180 hours)

This competency-based course is the second in a sequence of two courses designed to prepare students to pass the Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT) examination. Emphasis is placed on setting up user accounts and log-in security, setting up the network file system, managing the file system, file system security, multi-vendor networks, network transmission, network management, setting up network printing, creating login scripts, configuring network applications for users, network fault tolerance, the internet, backing up servers and workstations, preforming a simple network installation, and network test review including study guides and simulated online testing.

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