Realize Your Ambitions with CompTIA Network Security Tech w/ Linux+ Training at MMC-Wilmington

Are you interested in learning more about computers? Do you have a concern for network security and keeping files secure? Are you looking for an exciting career? With training in Wilmington’s CompTIA Network Security w/ Linux program**, you will be well on your way.

Students from Leland, Carolina Beach, Burgaw, Hampstead and Wilmington have all started their careers with a CompTIA Network Security w/ Linux Technician Certificate of Completion. This program will prepare you for many career opportunities such as a Network Support Specialist and Systems Administrator in which you will utilize your knowledge of cyberspace and information technology to help businesses and organizations operate effectively.

COMPTIA NETWORK SECURITY TECH WITH LINUX* 37%

Projected job growth 2012 - 2022*

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What You Can Expect to Learn in Wilmington’s Network Security Training Program

Successful completion of IT classes in Wilmington will prepare you for work in the business world. These classes will give you the knowledge and skills necessary to hit the job market with confidence in your understanding of how businesses utilize information technology and computer systems.

The following are a few examples of classes that will prepare you for your certification exams:

  • Security+: The Security+ exam will cover topics such as risk identification, cryptography and security policies. You will be prepared to take the Security+ exam when you have finished the course.
  • Network+: This class will prepare you for the Network+ exam and will teach you how to create protocols while giving you the technical skills needed to offer network support.
  • PC Operating Systems: This introductory class will teach you more about the various operating systems used every day in companies and organizations, including Microsoft, Apple, Linux, and DOS.

For more information about Wilmington’s CompTIA Network Security Tech w/ Linux Certificate of Completion and the five exams recognized by the computer industry, download the Course Catalog.

Careers in Information Technology (IT)

The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that by the year 2022, the demand for Information Security and Network Security Analysts will be raised by 37%.This means that your certification will qualify you for a job you’ve always wanted, and Wilmington’s CompTIA Network Security Technician w/ Linux program will give you the assurance you need to be successful.

The following jobs are only a few of the career opportunities that will be available to you:

Network Administrator

Your ability to analyze and repair network problems will make you a crucial team member in this career. Your expertise will help companies and organizations run smoothly.

Network Support Specialist

A career as a Network Support Specialist will make you the go-to person for working with employees to manage their network and computer needs. Network Support Specialists also often work in IT departments.

Network Security Analyst

Your work as a Network Security Analyst will provide companies and organizations digital and cyber-security. Your protection against cyber-threats will be invaluable in an increasingly vulnerable world.

Network Security Training is Your First Step to a Better Future

In as little as three months your training at Wilmington in the CompTIA Network Security Tech with Linux program will help you start your new career as an essential team member. To get started call us at 800.705.9182 or click here to request more information.

*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, Information Security Analysts,
on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/computer-and-information-technology/information-security-analysts.htm (visited July 29, 2015).

 

**This program is not within the scope of ACICS accreditation. This program is not eligible for Title IV funding.