Computer support technicians are the people who troubleshoot computer problems and teach users how to make the most of their desktop computers and mobile devices. They're part technology expert, part detective and help find and fix the kinds of problems that other people simply give up on. They are really important members of IT teams and the companies they work for.
So how do you become one?
There are various paths to a career as a computer support technician. Jobs in this career require computer knowledge, but not necessarily a four-year degree. Many employers seeking candidates for their computer support teams accept applicants with an associate degree or postsecondary classes. Companies may also require their computer support technicians to hold certifications in the products the companies use.
YTI Career Institute's Computer and Data Management program
The Computer and Data Management program at YTI Career Institute combines qualified instruction with the facilities, computer equipment and tools you'd find on your first day of work. Graduates earn an Associate in Specialized Technology degree in as few as 21 months and prepare to pursue Security+, A+ and Network+ certifications.
If you're ready to begin training to be a computer support technician, check out the Computer and Data Management program at our campus in York, PA. Click here to get more info or call 717-757-1100 today!