Catalog No. Description Credits
10-150-175 IT:Network: Network Essentials
10-154-157 IT:Support:Advanced Projects
10-154-190 IT:Support:Help Desk/User Sup
10-107-194 IT:Documentation...plan documentation content and delivery methods; develop online, context-sensitive written documentation, become familiar with ISO 9000 standards, package PDF files, and create compiled help modules. Proficiency using Word required. (Prerequisite: 10-801-136, English Composition 1 or equivalent)
10-150-175 IT:Network: Network Essentials...develop the knowledge, skills, process, and understanding of client OS installation, configuration, administration, and troubleshooting; network connectivity; standard system maintenance procedures; command line introduction; and basic PowerShell script writing.
10-154-157 IT:Support:Advanced Projects...PC hardware, software, O.S. configuration, maintenance, I.T. resources, malware, bootable and unattended install media, data backups, disaster recovery plans, troubleshooting, virtualization, RAID storage , server farm build, emerging technologies. (Prerequisites: 10-150-175, IT:Network:Network Essentials;10-154-150, IT:Support:Hardware-Intro)
10-154-150 IT:Support:Hardware-Intro...computer network terminology, component identification, POST, computer/peripheral configuration and maintenance, basic operating systems concepts and installations, basic networking concepts and configurations and troubleshooting using the Cisco IT Essentials curriculum.
10-154-190 IT:Support:Help Desk/User Sup...describe the role of the help desk in technology support, use terminology, processes, and tools, and demonstrate the use of business, technical, communication, and self-management skills required for help desk support professionals.
10-154-160 IT:Support:Software-Intro...an introductory course for the Computer Support Specialist program and covers the fundamental capabilities and functions of Windows, Word, Excel, Power Point, and Access.
10-107-195 IT:Training...effective presentation skills, plan training content and delivery methods, write lesson plans, provide training materials, conduct training sessions, and assess learners' grasp of stated objectives. (Prerequisites: 10-154-160, IT:Support:Software-Intro OR 10-152-173, IT:Program:Part 1 (C#))
For more information, please contact: The Business & Information Technology Department,(920) 498-5435 or (800) 422-NWTC, extension 5435,or contact Enrollment Services at 888-385-NWTC.