Computer Technician

  • 134 Course Hours
  • $2,499

Overview

Computer technicians help develop and maintain network technology, debug issues, resolve server problems, and identify viruses that cause trouble for users. In healthcare, where these complications can wreak havoc on a provider’s ability to serve their patients, the role of computer techs is absolutely essential.

If you’re super tech-savvy, you might love being a computer technician.

Job Outlook

How much does a computer technician make? Great question. According to Burning Glass, the middle 50% of working professionals earn more than $42,000 a year.* And that’s just the center-point average computer technician salary, meaning there’s lots of room to move up and make more.

Additionally, the computer tech field offers clear advancement and income-boosting opportunities as you gain experience, earn additional certifications, and further specialize your skills over time. You can also continue your training and move up to become a higher-paid network administrator or programmer.

Overview

Computer technicians help develop and maintain network technology, debug issues, resolve server problems, and identify viruses that cause trouble for users. In healthcare, where these complications can wreak havoc on a provider’s ability to serve their patients, the role of computer techs is absolutely essential.

If you’re super tech-savvy, you might love being a computer technician.

Job Outlook

How much does a computer technician make? Great question. According to Burning Glass, the middle 50% of working professionals earn more than $42,000 a year.* And that’s just the center-point average computer technician salary, meaning there’s lots of room to move up and make more.

Additionally, the computer tech field offers clear advancement and income-boosting opportunities as you gain experience, earn additional certifications, and further specialize your skills over time. You can also continue your training and move up to become a higher-paid network administrator or programmer.

Registration Information

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