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Information Technology Specialist

Fee: $100 (Covers all 3 courses)
 
 
Info-Tech Specialist (Pre-requisite)
Days: Part 1 Tu, Wed & Th 08/24-9/16
Time: 5:30-8:30pm
Location: Liberty High School Room 1704
 
Network Cabling (Pre-requisite)
Days: Part 2 Tu, Wed & Th 09/25-10/27
Time: 5:30-8:30pm
Location: Liberty High School Room 1704
 
Cybersecurity
Days: Tu, Wed & Th 10/28
Time: 5:30-8:30pm
Location: Liberty High School Room 1704
Wherever computing technology is at work, IT plays an active role in the way software and computer systems are implemented. With an Information Technology Specialist (ITS) certificate from Bakersfield Adult School, you'll be prepared to apply your knowledge of computer science, business, and project management principles and techniques, as well as your specialized skills as an IT certificate holder.

  • The Information Technology Specialist course helps students understand technical concepts underlying current and future developments in the information technology field.
  • There will be a special emphasis on networks (wired and wireless) and telecommunications.
  • Students will gain some hands-on exposure to powerful, high-level tools for making computer networks, phones, and audiovisual systems perform. Information Technology Specialist (ITS) is an academic discipline that continues to evolve as computers and communication technology change.
  • Students will learn various techniques involving computer networking, audio/visual systems, telecommunications, conflict management, project management, and blueprint/CAD review and design.
  • Students will earn a certificate upon completion of an introductory course demonstrating the ability to understand and utilize various tools in the following areas.
  • The Introduction to Networking and Cabling Fundamentals course helps students understand technical concepts underlying current and future developments in the networking and cabling field.
  • Students will gain a strong understanding of structured Copper (CAT6) and Fiber Optic (Multi-Mode and Single-Mode) Cabling Application and Standards.
  • This course will provide the student with specification and technical knowledge of Enterprise Based Cabling solutions that support Network, Wireless, Audio, Video, and Voice Services.
  • Students will install, terminate, and test in a lab environment all aspects of network infrastructure and gain knowledge of switch, router, and wireless programming.
  • Students will earn a certificate upon completion of an introductory course demonstrating the ability to understand and utilize various tools in the following areas.
 
Our Information Technology classes will begin registering on Aug 2nd, 2021 in-person only. 
 
Please stop by our main campus at 501 South Mount Vernon to register.