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IT CAREER IN LESS THAN A YEAR

Programs pending approval in Pennsylvania

BUSINESS ADMIN PROGRAM | SITA/NSAP PROGRAM

New Horizons Computer Learning Center Career Development

Security IT Associate
Computer Support Specialist
Help Desk Technician
IT Consultant
Network Technician
Security Analyst
Our 2.5-Month Program

SITA - Assistant Program

The Security IT Associate (SITA) program will utilize security concepts, tools, and procedures to react to various security incidents regarding network, compliance, operational vulnerability, and access control identity management. Graduates will know how to provide IT assistance to people and organizations using computer software and equipment.

 

Combat Attackers
In a time of escalating security threats, computer crime and cyber warfare, organizations must be proactive in combating attackers and protecting information assets. IT Security Specialists leverage an in-depth understanding of information security risks, threats, technologies and procedures to design and implement secure computer systems.

 

They install, configure and upgrade security software, educate employees on computer security, monitor networks for security breaches, and ultimately develop plans to safeguard computer files against unauthorized modification, destruction or disclosure. In the event of a successful attack, IT security specialists must respond with the appropriate countermeasures.

 

Start your IT Career in Less Than a year

Certifications

Certifications are included with your Program
CompTIA Network+
CompTIA Security+
MTA Networking Fundamentals
MTA Security Fundamentals

Career Opportunities

Computer Support Specialist
Help Desk Technician
IT Consultant
Network Technician
Security Analyst

Assistant Program Courses

Entry Level IT Professional Track
SITA

COMPUTER NETWORKING & SECURITY ASSISTANT

Students will acquire the essential skills and information needed to install, configure, optimize, troubleshoot, repair, upgrade, and perform preventive maintenance on PCs, digital devices, and operating systems. Students will also learn networking concepts to help prepare for potential careers in network support or administration. Lastly, students will learn to evaluate and examine security policies, implement account management security controls, and how to utilize security measures to protect data and information.
Network Systems Administrator Professional
Network Administrator
Network Engineer
Network Specialist
Systems Administrator
Systems Engineer
Our 7-Month Program

NSAP - Professional Program

The Network Systems Administrator Professional (NSAP) Program is designed to teach students the knowledge and skills required to work with various computer systems within a business environment. Graduates of this program will know how to oversee the performance of computer systems, maintain system functioning, perform data backups, troubleshoot and ensure network security. They will also learn how to oversee the day-to-day operations of an organization’s computer network and communication system by installing, supporting and managing networks and systems.

 

An Essential Career
Network Systems Administrators are responsible for the day-to-day operation of an organization’s computer networks and communication systems. They implement and maintain network hardware and software, troubleshoot network problems, and ensure network security, availability, and performance standards.

 

In some cases, administrators help network architects design and analyze network models. They also participate in decisions about buying future hardware or software to upgrade their organization’s network. Some administrators provide technical support to computer users, and they also may supervise computer support specialists who help solve users’ problems.

 

Start your IT Career in Less Than a year

Certifications

CompTIA Security+
CCENT (Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician)
CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate)
MCSA (Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate)
 MTA Security Fundamentals
 MTA Windows Server Administration Fundamentals

Career Opportunities

Information Technology Specialist
(IT Specialist)
Network Administrator
Network Specialist
Systems Administrator

Professional Program Courses

Advanced IT Professional Track
NSAP

MICROSOFT SERVER FUNDAMENTALS

Students will get hands-on instruction and practice with items such as installing and configuring Windows Server, describing AD DS, implementing storage and group policy, and securing servers by using Group Policy Objects (GPOs). This is an introductory course to the Microsoft Server 2016 program.
NSAP

MICROSOFT SERVER ADMINISTRATION

Students will get hands-on instruction and practice with items such as installing and configuring Windows Server, describing AD DS, implementing storage and group policy, and securing servers by using Group Policy Objects (GPOs). Students will also learn how to configure and troubleshoot domain name system, manage user and service
NSAP

CISCO ROUTING & SWITCHING

Students will learn how to describe network fundamentals and build simple LANs, establish Internet connectivity, manage network device security, expand small to medium-sized networks with WAN connectivity, and describe IPv6 basics. Additionally, students will implement scalable medium-sized networks, troubleshoot basic connectivity, and implement various types of solutions associated with network management.
NSAP

COMPUTER NETWORKING & SECURITY

Students will learn the basic skills and information needed to install, configure and repair PCs, digital devices, and operating systems. Students will also learn basic networking concepts to help prepare for potential careers in network support or administration. Lastly, students will learn the basics of security policies and security controls.

Careers in Networking and Security are growing at a fast pace.

Below are stats on the rate of job growth, and annual median income according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Job Growth

13 %

New Jobs

557100

Annual Median Income

84580

Project Management 3 month program
Executive Assistant
Office Manager
Operations Manager
Customer Service Supervisor
Our 3-Month Program

BAA - Assistant Program

The Business Administrative Assistant (BAA) program is a comprehensive course designed to teach students the skills and knowledge necessary to successfully perform administrative duties in office and business environments. Graduates of this program will be able to draft messages, organize files, maintain accurate records, and utilize Microsoft Office products.

 

What you will learn Students will also learn effective time management and business etiquette skills. Our programs are designed to teach you everything you need to excel in a business environment. Each program includes free exam vouchers for certifications that will set you apart and showcase your skills
Start your IT Career in Less Than a year

Certifications

Certifications are included with your Program
Microsoft Office Specialist Excel
Start your IT Career in Less Than a year

Career Opportunities

Administrative Assistant
Office Assistant
Secretaries
Executive Assistant
Office Manager

BAA Courses Include :

BAA

MICROSOFT OFFICE COURSE

The goal of this course is provide a deeper understanding of how to use Microsoft Windows effectively through navigation techniques, multitasking, accessing and storing files, and launching Microsoft Office software. Additionally, students will learn to use Microsoft Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word from the perspective of common business usage best practices. By the end of the Microsoft Office course, students will understand how to create and save files, how to format and edit various file types based on the Office product being used, how to compose and send messages and maintain calendars in Outlook, as well as how to collaboratively work with multiple people on the same file.
BAA

BUSINESS SOFT SKILLS COURSE

The goal of this course is provide a deeper understanding of how to use Microsoft Windows effectively through navigation techniques, multitasking, accessing and storing files, and launching Microsoft Office software. Additionally, students will learn to use Microsoft Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word from the perspective of common business usage best practices. By the end of the Microsoft Office course, students will understand how to create and save files, how to format and edit various file types based on the Office product being used, how to compose and send messages and maintain calendars in Outlook, as well as how to collaboratively work with multiple people on the same file.
BAA

ACCOUNTING ESSENTIALS COURSE

The goal of this course is to provide basic knowledge of key accounting concepts for students who do not come from an accounting background. Student will learn what a financial statement is and how to review it, how to read balance sheets and income statements, what margins are and how they are calculated, define costs and what is meant by fixed, variable, and mixed costs, and how to maximize profit through cost minimization, pricing best practices and how the market influences pricing models.

Careers in Business Administration Continue to Grow!

Below are stats on the rate of job growth, and annual median income according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Job Growth

10 %

New Jobs

310200

Annual Median Income

94019

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