What is IT?
Information Technology (widely known as “IT”) is the use of technology to manage and process information, typically at a large company or organization. From protecting sensitive data to troubleshooting and fixing problems with computers or mobile devices, all businesses benefit from an expert-led team of IT professionals. As a result, demand is continuously high for employees with a diploma in IT across all sectors.
Explore our Information Technology (IT) Programs in Ontario
This program provides students with the necessary skill and in-depth knowledge to plan, install, and provide routine control over and manage exceptional situations in relation to quality communications network services in an information system.
This program prepares students to address the problems they may encounter when servicing personal computers. It provides in-depth knowledge of computer hardware. Students will have practical, hands-on experience in troubleshooting computer problems and assembling a computer. This program prepares students to take the CompTIA A+, Network+, and Server+ certification exams.
This program prepares students to deal with the problems they may encounter when supporting personal computers in an office environment. The program provides in-depth knowledge of both computer hardware and software and prepares students to take the CompTIA A+, Network+, and Server+ certification examinations.
The IT Security Specialist program prepares students to work in business establishments’ IT departments troubleshooting PC’s, installing and upgrading hardware, and ensuring that businesses are working on a secure IT network. The program prepares students to write the industry certified IT exams for CompTIA A+, Server+, Network+, and Security+.
This entry-level program is designed to prepare students for the CompTIA A+ Certification. Students obtain the skills required to assemble components based on customer requirements; install, configure, and maintain devices, PCs, and software for end users; understand the basics of networking and security/forensics; properly diagnose, resolve, and document common hardware and software issues.
Data is becoming increasingly large, complex, and unstructured, becoming “big data”. This program will provide students with sufficient knowledge and skills in the areas of big data analysis, analytics, machine learning, and other related technologies.
The Database Administration and Big Data Predictive Analytics diploma program will prepare and enable students to manage, maintain big data — large, complex, and unstructured data — and better realize and unlock its value.
Students will learn tools and techniques to aid organizations and decision-makers in the technical design, implementation, and support of all network and application solutions, including initial server access throughout the entire lifecycle per ITIL standards.
Why learn about information technology?
IT is a highly skilled and hugely competitive industry – which means your CV needs to stand out from other applicants.
Our IT training programs in Ontario provide graduates with that all-important edge over the competition, opening up more job opportunities in a variety of sectors. Whether you want to become a Network Administrator or an IT support technician, our IT classes offer the invaluable knowledge and experience you need to succeed.
Even if you are not in an IT-specific role, our IT training in Ontario is your first step towards improving your computer literacy – a vital skill in any industry.
Why choose an IT training course with AOLCC?
- An AOLCC IT diploma gives your resume a competitive edge.
- Our IT diploma courses are designed to suit your learning style.
- Wherever you choose to study AOLCC IT diploma in Ontario, you can always count on the support of our expert course advisors to guide your learning journey.
Careers after studying an IT diploma in Ontario
Our IT training courses in Ontario focus on increasing computer literacy across a range of technological disciplines, such as security, operating systems and server support.
As such, those with AOLCC IT diploma courses can follow many different career paths, including:
- Software developer
- IT technician
- Network engineer
- Systems analyst
- Project manager
- Cyber security specialist
- Web developer
- Business analyst
- Technical Sales Engineer
Ways to study IT at AOLCC
With AOLCC, you can study IT training courses in Ontario on a flexible schedule that’s convenient for you. We have 16 local learning locations spread across Ontario.
Should you need any help on your IT diploma or course, you can rely on the support of our expert advisors.
Available IT courses in Ontario
At AOLCC, we offer a wide range of IT courses that enhance your career prospects. Get training as a Network Administrator, Computer Service Technician, IT Security Specialist or PC Support Specialist.
No matter which IT training in Ontario you choose, our IT diploma courses provide the skills and know-how you need to succeed in an IT career.
Want to know more about our IT training courses and programs? Just get in touch for a free, friendly career consultation with one of our training experts today!
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