As technology continues to grow, so does the need for qualified computer networking specialists. Take advantage of industry growth by entering the field. Cambridge College of Healthcare & Technology provides students with an in-depth Computer Networking program. Yet, what happens next?
Obtain National Certifications to Help Boost Your Career
After you complete your Computer Networking program, it’s time to obtain some national certifications to solidify your skills. Our program prepares you for various industry certifications such as:
- CompTIA IT Fundamentals
- CompTIA A+
- CompTIA Network+
- CompTIA Project+
- CompTIA Cloud+
- Cisco Certified Technician (CCT) Routing and Switching
Each certification will prove that you have the skills necessary to perform in your position. These industry certifications are a fantastic addition to any resumé. We’ll help you decide which certifications are best for you to pursue.
Land the Perfect New Job in Computer Networking
With a new degree or diploma and certifications in hand, you’re ready to start looking for the perfect new job in computer networking. While you can easily search for open positions online, we also make it easy through our Career Services department.
We’ll help you improve your resumé to truly showcase your computer networking skills. We’ll also teach you tips for job interviews and how to present yourself in a way that connects with potential employers. Cambridge also partners with local facilities to provide job placement services. We might have an open position perfect for you.
What career path will you choose? In computer networking, you have a wealth of options, depending on what interests you. Some of the most common careers in healthcare and other industries include:
- Network Technician
- Wireless Network Specialist
- Helpdesk Technician
- Junior Network Administrator
- Computer Repair Technician
Computer Networking: A Day in the Life
Regardless of your career path, one thing’s for sure: You’ll spend a lot of time getting to know your company’s computer networks from the inside out. Specific responsibilities will depend on the computer networking career path you choose.
For example, as a network technician, you’ll spend your day troubleshooting and fixing network issues. Or, as a helpdesk technician, you’ll help others perform simple troubleshooting to fix issues with their computers and software.
Ready to Start Your Computer Networking Program?
Cambridge College of Healthcare & Technology offers a certificate and Associate program for those interested in a career in computer networking. To learn more about our programs or to apply today, give us a call at 877-206-4279 or send us a message.