Program Type

Training Program

Delivery Method

On Campus

Course Length

Approximately 2 Months

What is a Computer Support Specialist?

Computer Support Specialists provide technical support and maintenance for computer networks and their users. They are extensively trained in the latest technology and equipment necessary to provide appropriate IT solutions for their employers. They may work across organizations and industries, including the healthcare field.

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Program Objective

This program provides the technical and customer service training necessary to equip students for a position as a Computer Support Specialist within the healthcare field. This training includes hands-on experience, intermediate and advanced knowledge, and the configuration and installation of operating systems.

While we present that this program can lead to multiple job opportunities, please understand that it is not guaranteed and that our programs are not meant to lead to any particular outcome. We do offer job placement assistance, but finding a job is ultimately the responsibility of the student. The school does not guarantee that any student will be placed in a training-related job or at all.

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This program will equip graduates in intermediate to advanced PC repair and maintenance. Students will also perform advanced PC software repairs while providing excellent customer service and industry-aligned service to employers. Additional knowledge that students gain includes advanced configuration and installation of operating systems and troubleshooting personal computers.

We help students become qualified computer support specialists, no matter where they live in the Rio Grande Valley, whether they are in Mission, McAllen, Pharr, Edinburg, Weslaco, Mercedes, Harlingen, or Brownsville. We also serve students virtually through our online distance courses.

In order to enroll, you must Pass a criminal background check. Be at least 17 years of age. Have proof of a GED or high school diploma. Pass the Ability to Benefit Test in lieu of a high school diploma. Pass the employee misconduct registry check (EMR). Pass a drug screening.

Job Outlook

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Are you looking for viable career options after finishing high school? Are you currently in a job and looking for change? Regardless of your circumstances, our affordable courses equip you for successful careers in medical facilities and labs across the nation. Conveniently located in the Rio Grande Valley in South Texas, we also have virtual course options available to help you learn on your schedule.

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