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  • I completed the Network Support Specialist Course at CyberTex in the fall of 2007. The training program was excellent and by the time the course ended, I was able to obtain my CompTia A+ and Microsof... Read More

      Tim Willis
  • A lot of times people find themselves wondering . . . . “What will I do for the rest of my life in regards to a career? There are so many avenues that I can take, I’m really not sure which one would ... Read More

      
  • Hi my name is Terry Bachelor. I have spent the last thirty years servicing copy machines. Over the last few months copiers have evolved into the digital era becoming capable of being networked. This m... Read More

      
  • Hi, my name is Anthony Hall and I just want to thank Cybertex staff and teachers for the IT training I received. This will help me get a job that I can now make a living. Before I started here I was w... Read More

      
  • had been working in the manufacturing field making average pay for my qualifications and experience. CyberTex Institute gave me the ability and knowledge to achieve a new and exciting career in the ... Read More

      Arthur Zachary
  • This was a different learning experience in a field I had no idea how to proceed. My biggest fear was that I wouldn’t succeed in this field, but I have learned a lot. My instructor Tim Pullan is a rea... Read More

      Catherine Nuñez
  • Before I came to CyberTex, I was stuck working minimum wage jobs while trying to put myself through college. I decided to take a chance after learning all the things that the education from CyberTex ... Read More

      Chris Castillo
  • I came to CyberTex with no previous experience in the Computer or IT field. The family atmosphere really helped me grasp how computers work and how to keep them running. I received my A+ Certificati... Read More

      Herman Taylor
  • I recently relocated from a different state to Austin, TX. I already had an associates degree in computer networking, but I didn’t possess any certifications. So, I decided to enroll in the certificat... Read More

      Kenneth McKenzie
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    My Name is Laurie and I am writing this letter to tell everyone about my complete wonderful experience with CyberTex Institute of Technology. If you are here to decide if this is the rig... Read More

      Laurie Long
  • By not having a bachelors or masters degree in the computer field I could not land a well paying, long-term career even though I have prior experience in computers electronics from the U.S. Air force.... Read More

      Michael A. Thompson
  • In my situation, I was working odd jobs and not getting paid what I needed. So I took a leap of faith with Cybertex and it paid off. My fears were that I was not going to understand, but my instructor... Read More

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IT TRAINING:

These programs is designed to provide learning experiences that prepare graduates with a solid background of practical training directly related to the computer service, network engineering, network administration, and network security job markets. Students tailor their curriculum to local market needs and individual interests through selection of electives leading to specialization in network management or network security. These programs provide an advanced understanding of client/server computer concepts, with emphasis on the engineering practices used on modern networks. Students will learn to operate, install, configure, secure, troubleshoot, upgrade, and maintain PCs and complex networks. Students will obtain the skills necessary to provide high-end, solution-based technical support for a variety of inter- and intra-network situations.

Network Support Specialist – 10 Weeks (A+, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008r2)
Network Support Specialists design, install and support an organization’s LAN (local area network), WAN (wide area network), network segment, internet, or intranet system. Their job is to provide day-to-day onsite administrative support for network users. They are employed in a variety of work environments, including professional offices, small businesses, government, and large corporations.  

This course of instruction prepares individuals for jobs as Network Support Technician, Network Administrator, and Project Manager found in IT organizations and small and medium businesses. Network Support Specialists are utilized by a wide variety of private industries, as well as government, educational and non-profit agencies. Students will learn to describe the features and functions of networking components, and possess the knowledge and skills needed to install, configure and troubleshoot basic networking hardware, protocols and services.  Students will also install, configure and troubleshoot problems on windows Server 2003/2008r2 and Windows Vista/7 environments.

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Network Engineer – 37.5 Weeks (A+, Security+, MCTS, MCTIP Enterprise Admin, Linux+, Project+)
This course of instruction prepares individuals for advanced computer networking & security jobs. The course prepares students in the most advanced networking certifications and software available including Windows Vista and Windows 7. The student will learn the skills and abilities necessary to setup, install, configure, repair and manage modern computer networks and their security. Student will also learn how to connect Microsoft and Linux networks as well learn how to manage IT projects. Graduates of this program may find employment as a Systems Administrator, Network Administrator, Network Engineer or Technical Support Representative.

Students will learn the skills necessary to lead organizations in the successful implementation, administration, and maintenance of the most advanced Microsoft Windows desktop platform and Microsoft server products. Students will also learn how to maintain, install and manage network security. Network Administrators, Computer Network Analysts are currently employed nearly everywhere computer networks running Microsoft Networking software are used and are employed in a wide variety of private industries, as well as government, educational and non-profit agencies.


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