According to the U.S. Census Bureau, more than 75 percent of all households and virtually all businesses in the United States have at least one computer. As information sharing gets more and more sophisticated, the number of business and even home computer networks are increasing. As the number of computer networks increase, so does the need for trained personnel to design, set-up, trouble-shoot and maintain these networks.
About computer network training schools
Computer network training schools vary from relatively short courses, sponsored by computer systems vendors like Cisco systems, to two-year community school programs that result in an Associates Degree to four-year Bachelors degree programs at a college or university.
Shorter course focus on intensive training about specific computer networks, such as LAN, WAN, intranet, extranet, and internet, and topics like how to set up a network and which type of network works best in which circumstances. Longer, degree programs add course work on general studies and business.
What types of careers will I be prepared for?
Completion of a basic computer network training course will qualify a person to work in a company as a computer network support technician. Additional training will help you grow to positions such as computer network architect and even supervisory positions.
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