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Keystone Technical Institute

Keystone Technical Institute

Campus Programs

Computer Network & Internet Technologies

The successful student will learn the hard and soft skills pertaining to the use of computers on the Microsoft operating platform. These hard skills will prepare the graduate to define, install, implement and maintain computer hardware, software and peripherals to the level which would position the graduate to pursue certifications offered by Comp-Tia, Microsoft and CISCO.

More specifically the student will learn to build and maintain computers, install networks on various topologies in use and troubleshoot the operation of a various number of software packages, gain a working knowledge of the latest technology and ultimately be able to enter the workforce with an in depth working skill set related to the field of computers, networking, internet, security and wireless technologies.

Furthermore the student will be taught the importance of soft skills in the computer industry. The successful graduate will possess soft skills such as human relations in the workplace, customer service, verbal communications, research, career search techniques and the work ethic expected by employers as those skills refer to attendance, respect and critical thinking skills.

This program is a continuation of our Computer / Network Technician program.

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Keystone Technical Institute is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology (ACCSCT). The Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology is listed by the U.S. Department of Education as a nationally recognized accrediting agency.