Computer Careers

Certifications students can obtain through training at Carolina Career College include the CompTIA A+.  This credential is arguably the most essential certification for establishing computer careers.  It validates knowledge of the most common hardware and software technologies.  You will learn best practices in troubleshooting, networking, and cyber security.

An A+ certified IT professional may work in positions that include:

CompTIA A+
  • Technical Support Specialist
  • Field Service Technician
  • IT Support Technician
  • IT Support Administrator
  • IT Support Specialist

 


 

CompTIA’s Network+ validates knowledge and skills needed to design, configure, manage, and troubleshoot any wired and wireless network.

A Network+ certified IT professional may work in positions that include:

CompTIA Network+ Certification
  • Network Field Technician/Engineer
  • Network Administrator
  • Help Desk Technician
  • Network Support Specialist
  • Network Analyst
Network+

CCC grad JJ has his A+, Net+, and Security+ as well as his CCNA.

 


CompTIA’s Security+ validates knowledge and skills needed for network security and risk management.

A Security+ certified IT professional may work in positions that include:

CompTIA Security+
  • Security Engineer
  • Security Consultant
  • Network Administrator
  • Information Assurance Technician or Manager
  • Cyber Threat Analyst
Cyber Threat Analyst

CCC grad Matt is a Cyber Threat Analyst


Additional certifications, such as Cisco’s CCNA (Cisco Certified Networking Associate), are widely recognized and carry value in the Information Technology field.

At Carolina Career College, we help with certifications and experience.  Many of our students pursue internships and volunteer opportunities that help boost their resume even before that interview for their first paid IT position.

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