CompTIA N+ Certification
In just 18 weeks, the Takoda Institute will prepare you for a career in technology support. Students will learn the concepts and skills needed to effectively maintain operating systems and networks and will be prepared for CompTIA exams and credentialing.
Upon graduation, students are qualified for entry-level technology careers working in positions like computer support specialist or help desk technician. Takoda’s career counselors will help you find employment in your field of study once you graduate.
MOST TAKODA INSTITUTE STUDENTS COMPLETE TRAINING AT NO-COST THANKS TO GENEROUS PUBLIC & PRIVATE SCHOLARSHIPS.
Takoda’s vocational education programs start regularly. Class instruction is generally provided Monday-Friday from 9am-4pm. The Computer Support program is offered on a quarterly schedule with the following start dates for the 2020-2021 academic year:
- October 5, 2020
- January 4, 2021
- April 5, 2021
- July 5, 2021
PLACEMENT AND CAREER PATH
Computer User Support Specialists are in the top 15% of in-demand jobs in the Twin Cities Metropolitan Region with expected growth of 6.7% (Minnesota Department of Employment & Economic Development, 2019).
Information Technology (IT) continues to change the way we live, play, and do business, so it should come as no surprise that computing and IT is the fastest growing career field, and will continue to be for years to come.
The dominance of the IT job market is due to numerous factors, including the rapid growth of the Internet and e-commerce, lower hardware prices allowing more businesses to upgrade their technology, increased demand for information security specialists spurred by the escalating frequency and sophistication of cyber crimes, the advent of smarter applications enabling companies to analyze data for unprecedented business intelligence, cloud computing revolutionizing the way IT departments operate, and the continued proliferation of mobile devices.
For established information technology professionals or those beginning an IT career path, this is great news. However, despite rapid growth and increased opportunity, simply showing up will not guarantee success. The IT job market will continue to get more competitive as people follow the money and jobs. This is why it’s important to clearly identify your career objectives and develop a learning plan with the necessary skills.
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Contact Andrea Peterson
1845 E Franklin Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55404
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