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The IT Support Technician certificate prepares technicians for work in a wide variety of computer-related industries with a strong emphasis on A+ Certification and Open Source Operating Systems. Upon successful completion of the certificate, students will be prepared to continue their Computer Security and Network Technology education at the Associate's degree level. Earning the IT Support Technician certificate, students can apply for entry-level jobs such as computer field service technicians, software technicians, computer operators, installers, troubleshooters, technical salespersons, help desk support, and network technicians.
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