This 100-hour program prepares students to sit for their CompTIA A+ certification. They will learn practical job skills to help them work on computer hardware and operating systems. Skills taught in this program include:
- Installation, maintenance and troubleshooting of common devices such as desktops, laptops, network and wireless devices, printers and monitors
- Installation and troubleshooting of common components such as CPUs, memory, disks, power supplies and expansion cards
- Practical knowledge of security concepts, customer service processes, and business processes
- Troubleshooting of hardware, operating systems, and networks
- Implementation of security procedures and protocols
All of these skills are expected of an entry-level IT technician who will have a high level of interaction with clients.
Over 2 million Hoosier adults need additional skills to compete in today’s workforce. To help more Hoosiers gain these skills, Indiana has created a new financial aid opportunity for working-age adults: The Workforce Ready Grant. This class will be fully sponsored by the grant for those who qualify. Class starts on August 17th with limited seats.
Class Days: Tuesdays & Thursdays, August 17 – November 9, 2021
Class Times: 5:30pm – 9:30pm
Class Location: Harrison County Lifelong Learning – 101 IN-62, Corydon, IN 47112
Registration: Send an email to Ivy Tech’s Employer Consultant, Matthew Cupp Mcupp10@ivytech.edu
Download the Workforce Ready Grant (Non-Credit) Student Information Form