Computer Technician

Computer Technician

The three month Computer Technician online training program prepares students for entry-level jobs in information technology and CompTIA A+ certification. The program teaches computer basics, system hardware and software, troubleshooting, security techniques, networking, and operational procedures. Students have access to unlimited student support, and, upon graduation, will receive CompTIA A+ exam vouchers.

What Do Computer Technicians Do?

There is a growing demand for well-trained computer technician as technology plays an increasingly important role in almost every aspect of society. Specific responsibilities vary from position to position, but often include:

• Installing hardware and software systems
• Maintaining or repairing equipment
• Troubleshooting a variety of computer issues
• Setting up computer security measures
• Configuring computer networks
• Offering technical support on-site or via phone or email
• And much more

Where Do Computer Technicians Work?

Computer technicians can be found working in a variety of industries. Possible positions range from a computer technician in a retail electronics store who helps repair hardware and software, to a technical support advisor who helps people over the phone with their computer issues, to a member of an internal IT team within large and medium sized companies.

Program Overview—Module Hours

Program Orientation

 1 Operating Systems  80
Computer Fundamentals  5  Security 10
Hardware Essentials  80  Mobile Devices 5
Networking  40  Troubleshooting 45
Laptops  5  Practical Skills Lab 10
Printers  5  Final Exam 1
Operating Procedure  5  TOTAL 305
Midterm  8


Upcoming Classes

Computer Technician–INTERNET

Course No. Date(s) Time Day Room Instructor
CECOMP 1000 IN Enroll Anytime Online Online Online TBA

Tuition and Fees
In-District: $2,600.00
Out-of-District: $2,620.00
Other Fees: $55.00

To learn more about this program call 281.756.3787. To register visit room 103 in H building at ACC main campus.