Do you have what it takes to become a computer network professional?

Computer network professionals manage the day-to-day operation of computer networks. Demand for these skilled information technology workers is expected to grow as more companies invest in newer, faster technology. A successful computer network professional will have a variety of skills they use to support an organization’s computer systems, including:

1. Analytical skills

Learn to evaluate network and system performance and detect and monitor changes to computer systems.

2. 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.

3. Communication skills

Provide IT support and communicate problems and solutions to administrators and less tech-savvy employees.

4. Problem-solving skills

Learn to quickly resolve problems that arise with computer networks.

5. 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 trainingadvisor@potomac.edu. Visit the Potomac Workforce Training & Development Center for more information online at https://potomac.theknowledgebase.org.