Learn more about becoming a PC Support Specialist
A PC Support Specialist typically provides technical help and advice to organizations and its users. PC support is an important business. Since support services may need to be available 24 hours a day, most support specialists may not have to work a typical 9-5 schedule and often have the opportunity to enjoy a flexible work schedule.
A job as a PC Support Specialist can mean a future filled with security and stability. More PC Support Specialists will be needed as companies upgrade their computer equipment and software.
CTI can help students attain a wide range of skills needed for various PC support jobs. CTI offers five comprehensive (long-term) programs organized into 720 clock hours and 36 quarter credits:
- PC Specialist Plus – Generalist Specialization
- PC Specialist Plus – Bookkeeping Specialization
Each of these programs, which are 36 quarter credits in length, are delivered in 16 Modules. Modules consist of 45 clock hours and 2.25 quarter credits. Students are scheduled to complete a Module every two weeks, for day morning and afternoon courses; every three weeks for evening courses. Students in these programs complete training in 32 weeks attending the day session or 48 weeks attending the evening session.
CTI’s PC Specialist Plus Program is also offered online nationwide (except California). CTI’s online educational program consists of a web-based course management and collaboration portal that enables educators to manage course materials and to communicate with students.
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