PC Network Technician
Quick Program Facts
- Continuing Education Certificate: 384 certificate hours
- IT Fundamentals & A+: 16 weeks
- Network +: 8 weeks
- Number of courses: 6
- Day classes meet Monday–Thursday, 1–5 p.m.
- Night classes meet Monday–Thursday, 6–10 p.m.
- Open lab access on Friday
- Financial aid:
- Campus: Northwest
PC Network Technician (PCNT) is an intensive set of certification preparation courses designed to prepare you to be an entry-level Information Technology professional.
Plus, you will be prepared to sit for the IT Fundamentals, A+, and Network+ certification exams after successfully completing PCNT.
We are a Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA)-certified academy. Our goal is to prepare you to succeed on your certification test.
Our graduates are work-ready and prepared to hit the ground running in the information technology field.
What is CompTIA?
CompTIA is a non-profit trade association that serves as the leading provider of vendor-neutral IT certifications in the world.
Graduates of our PCNT courses have gone on to careers in corporate IT departments and major networking facilities in companies such as:
- Lockheed Martin
- American Airlines
- Dallas Cowboys
- Tarrant County College District
- Various insurance companies
Other graduates choose to start their own businesses.
Do I need computer experience?
No, you do not need to have PC knowledge or experience.
Our courses are specifically structured to start by establishing a strong foundation in basic functionality. Then you build on those basics to reach the technician level.
Credentials in Detail
You will receive a TCC Certificate of Completion for each course you successfully complete.
CompTIA Certification Exams
You can use the vouchers included in your tuition to take the CompTIA certification tests at these locations:
- TCC Professional Certification Testing Center on Northwest Campus, which is a state-of-the-art PearsonVUE testing facility
- Any PearsonVUE facility worldwide
How to Apply
Get started: Apply & register for class
Updated October 24, 2019