Prepare For a Tech Career Today
Looking for an opportunity to learn new skills and prepare for an entry-level IT support role? We've partnered with Google to offer the Google IT Support Professional Certificate to individuals throughout Maricopa County at a discounted rate.
Fall Registration Will Open By May 1, 2021!
If you're looking for a more advanced IT program, check out our Amazon Web Services (AWS) Academy courses!
Google and CompTIA, the non-profit trade association, have teamed up to help learners gain the skills and credentials needed to launch an IT career. With this comprehensive program, students that successfully complete the Google IT Support Professional Certificate will gain the knowledge needed to sit for the CompTIA A+ Certification Exam and learn skills required for entry-level IT support positions! No prior IT experience is necessary.
- Job Prospect: 215,000 unfilled IT support jobs across the U.S.
- Median Annual Wage: $53,470
- Course Timeframe: Less than 6 months when dedicating around 10 hours per week
- E-certificate: Students will receive an e-certificate upon completion of the program
- Success Coaching: Participants will be assigned an instructor/success coach who is dedicated to helping you achieve success every step of the way
- Discounted Cost: Take advantage of this $400 savings now
Start Date: TBA
Dates/Times: Class is self-paced, meaning you can start at any time!
Cost: $99 + taxes and fees ($400 off the original course price!)
Want to learn more about this program? Check out our FAQ Guide and our Student Timeline Expectations!
The program includes five courses, each with a dynamic mix of video lectures, quizzes, and hands-on labs and widgets. Individuals will learn about troubleshooting, customer service, networking, operating systems, system administration, and security.
Course 1: Technical Support Fundamentals
Course 2: The Bits and Bytes of Computer Networking
Course 3: Operating Systems and You: Becoming a Power User
Course 4: System Administration and IT Infrastructure Services
Course 5: IT Security: Defense Against the Digital Dark Arts
- Access to a computer with internet access and a webcam
- Required to upload images of a government issued ID card
||Meet The Instructor: Stephen Bowes|
Professor Stephen Bowes joined the United States Navy in 1983 as a Cryptologist and rapidly promoted through the enlisted ranks and achieved the rank of Command Master Chief while earning both a Bachelor’s Degree at the University of North Florida and his first Master’s Degree (MBA). After retiring from the Navy and working for the US Forest Service as a Radio Program Supervisor, Professor Bowes worked as a high school teacher for 5 years where he maintained the Navy JROTC Google program for website development and Google applications for the Southwest Region and the national program while providing annual training on systems for newly hired instructors. After retiring from teaching high school, Professor Bowes earned his second Master’s Degree (MS) in Data Analytics from Grand Canyon University.
||Meet The Instructor: Nick Rouse|
Professor Nick Rouse has thirty years' experience in several aspects of technology, including programming, cybersecurity, networking, Web development, data analytics, applications, operating systems, and desktop support. Mr. Rouse has taught many subjects within IT areas for Phoenix College since 2005 and is now the department chair of Computer & Information Technology at Phoenix College. Mr. Rouse is also the director of the IT Institute @ Phoenix College in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. Mr. Rouse achieved his bachelor's degree at Arizona State University within the W.P. Carey School of Business and his master's degree at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona. Professor Rouse has also worked as an IT corporate trainer, training employees at major corporations like Cox Communications, Salt River Project, McKesson Corporation, and Shell.
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