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Information Technology Administrator


- Grade 12 or equivalentOR- Mature student status (18 years of age or older) and a passing score on the entrance examination

Benefits of this program

- Prepares you for valuable industry certifications- Market-driven programs- Growing demand for professionals in this area

Employment Opportunities

- PC Support Technician- Desktop Administrator- Security Specialist- Windows Server Administrator- Cybersecurity Administrator and Penetration Tester

Did you know that information technology is one of the fastest growing fields in the technology industry? To meet the growing demand of employershas developed an Information Technology Administrator program to give students a kickstart in the field.

The Information Technology Administrator program enables you to become qualified to implement and maintain computer systems, mobile devices, databases and more. In addition to Desktop and Network administration, students will receive training and gain experience in Windows Server, Database, Email, Mobile, Wireless, Linux and Security administration (depending on the courses chosen).

Students enrolled in this program will receive:

  • 8-week internship for hands-on experience.
  • Certification exam vouchers including designations from Microsoft, CompTIA, and Cisco.
  • Microsoft Azure for Education is included in the tuition fee, which includes access to versions of Windows 10 and Windows Server, as well as Office 365.

Students who successfully complete this program will be eligible to write certification exams leading to the following (depending on the courses chosen):

  • CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, CompTIA Project+, CompTIA Security+, CompTIA CySA+, CompTIA Linux+, Microsoft MDAA and Cisco CCNA designations.
  • Students are provided with certification exam vouchers to write the certifications they wish to pursue.


Qestions & Answers

An Information Technology Administrator, often referred to as an IT Administrator, is a professional responsible for managing and maintaining the computer systems, networks, and software within an organization. They ensure the smooth operation of IT infrastructure, provide technical support, and implement security measures.

The responsibilities of an IT Administrator typically include managing user accounts and permissions, installing and configuring hardware and software, monitoring system performance and troubleshooting issues, ensuring data backup and recovery, implementing security measures, and providing technical support to users.

 Important skills for an IT Administrator include knowledge of computer systems, networks, and operating systems, proficiency in hardware and software installation and configuration, troubleshooting abilities, familiarity with cybersecurity practices, strong communication and problem-solving skills, and the ability to work in a team.

 Qualifications and certifications that are useful for an IT Administrator include a degree in information technology, computer science, or a related field. Additionally, certifications such as CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP), or Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) can enhance job prospects and demonstrate proficiency in specific areas of IT administration.

Information Technology Administrators can find employment in a wide range of industries and organizations, including businesses, government agencies, educational institutions, healthcare facilities, and non-profit organizations. They can pursue career paths such as network administrator, system administrator, IT manager, or specialize in areas like cybersecurity or cloud computing. With the increasing reliance on technology, the demand for skilled IT Administrators remains strong.

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