Explore our Information Technology Programs
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What will I learn in an IT training course with AOLCC?
AOLCC information technology courses fully prepare graduates for IT careers. Instructors will teach current IT knowledge to meet the needs of modern-day employers. Learn to deliver quality tech support, troubleshoot computer issues, and create tech reports. Also, study the best practices for communicating with clients and business stakeholders.
In courses, we use the same software and hardware as top tech organizations. This practice ensures that our students gain practical, hands-on experience.
You will graduate prepared for industry certification, including Comp TIA A+ and Microsoft Windows certifications. Students will also be equipped to further their qualifications, such as becoming a Microsoft Certified Engineer.
What to Expect From a Career in Canada’s IT Industry
Information Technology is a thriving field across Canada. It offers many benefits and opportunities to dedicated specialists. Indeed, the tech sector will continually expand into the future. Thus, there will be a growing demand for IT roles. What’s more, these jobs offer higher-than-average salaries.
On the job, careers in IT can be dynamic and fulfilling. You will solve new problems and ensure company systems are running securely. For example, you might analyze technical problems and identify the required computer solutions. Or, you may need to install workstations and equipment for the company. Further, you may install and manage computer hardware and software applications. These are just a few of the tasks you may find yourself working on in an IT career.
As demand is high for trained IT employees, you will be able to find full-time work in-office or remotely. Some IT graduates may even decide to become self-employed. What’s more, IT certification courses can help get you there!
Careers After Completing our IT Training Programs
There are a variety of positions that you will be able to move into after completing our information technology programs, such as:
- Customer Service Help Desk
- User Support Technician
- Computer Help Desk Representative
- Software Technical Support Analyst
- Network Administrator
- Network Operator
- Local Area Network Administrator
Salary Range For Careers in IT
Graduates of the IT training courses can expect earnings between $43,000 and $93,000. However, salary can vary based on the company, job title, and career experience.
Why choose an information technology training course with AOLCC?
Our world-class integrated learning system (ILS) focuses on each student’s learning needs. The curriculum allows you to learn at your own pace and set your own schedule.
Our students receive one-on-one, personalized support from an on-campus learning coach. So they will have guidance for every step of their career journey.
Our training offers the best of both worlds – a safe learning environment and flexible schedule. Thus, our courses stand above basic online IT courses.
From the west coast to the east coast, we have a campus near you! 50 locations across the country make us Canada’s largest college network.
Once you graduate, our job placement assistance can help you find job opportunities. We work with you to develop job-hunting skills and resume-building techniques. So you can get hired in your chosen career.
How can you get started?
Why take an average information technology course online? With AOLCC’s training, you have the same flexible schedule, along with high-quality course material, affordable training, and campus support. Our training can set you on the right path to a successful and exciting career in IT.
Find out if our information technology programs are right for you. Contact an admissions advisor for a free consultation today!
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