BATH ‚Äď¬† Burgess Computer presents a 4-week, 36-hour CompTIA Network and IT Technician training class beginning from 8:30 to 2pm, Tuesday, July 13. The Comptia Network and¬† class is an excellent way to upgrade your technical skills to design and support business network infrastructures. Network and Certification gives IT professionals a defining credential for employers, and gives employers confidence that IT employees are proficient in proper network maintenance and troubleshooting. An industry-independent curriculum, Network and training is an excellent prerequisite for further technical education, such as Cisco‚Äôs CCNA and Microsoft‚Äôs MCTS/MCITP programs.
Through the end of 2010, CompTIA will issue ‚Äúlifetime‚ÄĚ certifications. However, beginning in 2011, many certifications will require renewal every 3 years. Students are encouraged to complete their certifications in 2010 while lifetime certification status is still available.
Enrollment forms, course objectives, and further information about requirements, costs, and materials can be found on the Burgess Computer training site at www.burgesscomputer.com/training, or by calling Kate Carpenter or Iman Poeraatmadja at 207-443-9554.
Burgess Computer is licensed by the State of Maine Department of Education and is an approved education provider for the Veterans Administration GI Bill and the Maine CareerCenters. Burgess Computer is also an Authorized Prometric Testing Center. Burgess is immediately off Route 1 in downtown Bath, with ample onsite parking.
CompTIA, the Computer Technology Industry Association, is the IT industry’s largest developer of vendor-neutral IT certification exams. CompTIA certifications are recognized worldwide as a trusted indicator of qualified and competent professionals in the IT industry.
Contact Name: Iman Poeraatmadja
Telephone Number: 2074439554