Earn Your Network+ Certification from Miller-Motte College in Wilmington, North Carolina

Are you the one your friends and family come to for help with their computer troubles? Do you have a knack for working with computers? If so, then the CompTIA PC and Network Technician program at Miller-Motte College could be the first step towards a new career doing what you love. Our campus is conveniently located to serve students from Wilmington, Carolina Beach, Hampstead, Burgaw and Leland, and we also have online programs available for students whose location or schedule makes the trip to campus difficult.

In as little as three months, you can earn your CompTIA PC and Network Technician Certificate of Completion with Miller-Motte College, whether you choose to take your classes online or on campus. By acquiring your CompTIA Network+ Certification, you will be well on your way to an exciting new career.

COMPTIA PC AND NETWORK TECHNICIAN 12%

Projected job growth 2012 - 2022*

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Get Your CompTIA Network+ Certification

At Miller-Motte College, you won’t just graduate with Network+ Certification training; our Lifetime Career Services will also prepare you for the job market so that you leave us ready to find the perfect job to suit your interests. Some of the classes you’ll take on your way to your exam and Certification include:

  • PC Hardware & Software A+: This class will prepare you for the A+ Certification exam. You will study material such as microcomputer hardware and supported peripherals.
  • Network+: In this class, you’ll study protocols and standards, media and topologies and network implementation. When you complete the course, you’ll be ready for the Network+ Certification Exam.
  • PC Operating Systems: Here, you will become more familiar with a variety of operating systems, such as Apple, Linux, Microsoft and DOS, and you’ll cover data security, software installation and directory organization.

These classes will prepare you to sit for an exam that is recognized by the computer and IT industries. For more detailed information about the CompTIA PC and Network Technician program, download our Course Catalog.

Discover Your New Career with CompTIA Network+ Certification

Your Network+ training will enable you to find a job in a high-demand field as soon as you complete the CompTIA PC and Network Technician program. Unlike with many other fields where it may be difficult to find jobs, the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts a 12% increase in demand over the next few years for Network Technicians in jobs like these:

Computer & Information Systems Manager

When you become a Computer & Information Systems Manager, it will be your job to keep the network systems running smoothly for your company or organization, and you will implement, analyze, test, troubleshoot and evaluate the integrity of computer network systems.

Computer User Support Specialist

Employees and customers alike turn to the Computer User Support Specialist when they have issues with their computers and their networks. You’ll gain a wonderful sense of accomplishment as you help them both in person and over the phone.

Learn More Information about Network+ Certification

We at Miller-Motte College are ready and eager to help you get on the career path that works for you. We believe that every student can learn and find exciting new opportunities in fields that match their individual interests. Call us today at 800.705.9182 so that we can help you get started right away, or click here to request more information

*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, Network and Computer Systems Administrators, on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/computer-and-information-technology/network-and-computer-systems-administrators.htm (visited August 20, 2015).

 

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