With a myriad of IT certifications available in the world of technology today, many students know they want to enter the workforce in this field but they are not sure how pursuing IT certification can help them in the process of starting their career. At CyberTex, we help walk you through beginning your vocational training in your choice of an information technology specialty like computer network engineer or network support specialist, and we also provide guidance in regards to whether IT certification is recommended for your particular career goals. CyberTex instructors and counselors stay abreast of the latest developments in the industry, and can advise on your best course of action after graduation to make sure you're the most qualified candidate for the job you want!
At CyberTex, we strive to provide our students with a well-rounded education as well as prepare them for a career in the real world. It is with this kind of holistic approach that our teachers and staff also help guide each student through the process of developing the best curriculum and possible certification plan to serve their needs. We are here to help you succeed in your chosen career, a process that may incorporate supplemental qualifications and/or IT certifications, which can be tough to decipher yourself. Learn more from the helpful staff at CyberTex here.
Types of IT Certifications
Depending on which career you aspire to, various IT certifications are available within this field. While individual certifications are not typically mandatory, many candidates opt for certifications to show specialized experience and/or exceptional skills in an area of particular concentration. For example, graduates of the CyberTex network engineer program may want to become certified in A+, Linux+, or Windows7, just to name a few, while network support specialist program grads may pursue A+, Windows7, or Windows Server 2012 certification. To further assist students who are interested in pursuing IT certifications to support their career ambitions, CyberTex provides vouchers to qualifying students that allow for discounted certification exam fees.