Team Caveo partnered with Frederick County Workforce services to make the program available to displaced veterans and the unemployed/underemployed residing within Frederick County.

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COMPUTER TECHNICIAN

This 16-week program will provide students the skills they require to provide Help Desk support to computer user communities.  Students will learn the fundamentals of computer technology and become proficient with PC installation and repair.  Students will also learn how to install and configure computer operating systems, and basic networking.  The course is a combination of lecture and practical exercises, allowing students to apply the theory to real hardware. 

Skills:  PC Installation and Repair, Windows Operating Systems, Ethernet Switching

Associated Certifications:  CompTIA A+

Career Starts:  PC Technician, Help Desk Technician, Junior System Administrator

By providing our students with a well rounded education in computer repair, OS installation, basic networking, and troubleshooting; our graduates will be equipped to support a small to medium sized business environment day one.
— Jeff Colburn, Instructor

NETWORKING

This 16-week program will provide students with the knowledge and skill set to perform entry level tasks on network switches and routers.  Course is a mix of lecture and practical exercises where students are able to apply what they learn to real-world scenarios.  Graduates will be prepared to pass the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA).  

Skills:  Ethernet Switching, IP Addressing & Subnetting, IP Routing.

Associated Certifications:  Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT), Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA).

Career Starts:  Network Technician, Network Implementation, Network Operation Center (NOC) Technician.

The industry is full of paper engineers who are more concerned about earning the certification than understanding the technology. Team Caveo is committed to producing quality network technicians who will have the knowledge and the experience to perform.
— Jeff Colburn, CCIE #12496