Analytical skills: Learn to evaluate network and system performance and detect and monitor changes to computer systems.
Computer skills: Work with a variety of technologies, including local area networks, wide area networks, network segments, intranets, hardware and software. Administrators up-to-date in cloud computing and mobile technology will be especially in high-demand.
Communication skills: Provide IT support and communicate problems and solutions to administrators and less tech-savvy employees.
Problem-solving skills: Learn to quickly resolve problems that arise with computer networks.
Multitasking skills: Manage multiple problems and projects at once for an organization.At University of the Potomac, we can teach you how. Browse one of more than 100 technology-based Education 2 Employment programs offered through The Potomac Workforce Training & Development Center to get started in your career as a computer network professional today. Expert instructor-led training modules allow you to cover a range of topics at your own pace. Get started today with a flexible, online course to become a Cisco Certified Network Associate or Cisco Certified Network Professional. Courses are also available to prepare you to become a Security and Network Specialist with CompTIA A+ certification or CompTIA Network+ certification. Whatever certification you chose, University of the Potomac can help. Talk to a training advisor about a new career as a computer network professional. Call 1-844-235-9108 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit the Potomac Workforce Training & Development Center for more information online at https://potomac.theknowledgebase.org.