August 4, 2017 | Ontario
Hands-on training and industry certifications, including CompTIA, MCTS, MCSA, and MCSE help CDI IT grads get hired
Launching a career in the fast-paced and ever-changing world of technology requires a college education. With the IT programs at CDI College, you can start training for a new career today.
“To engage students and help them learn effectively, our courses provide a layered and scaffolded teaching approach,” said CDI College instructor Kamran Hassani-Espili. “This includes expert instruction, hardware and software demonstrations, instructional graphics, 2D and 3D animations, and our virtual lab.
“We teach practical skills students will use on the job. The hands-on component of our programs mixed with varied learning strategies helps our students develop the in-demand skills needed to succeed in the real world.”
CDI College offers several different programs for people looking to create a new career path or upgrade their skills to start working in IT, including:
- Information Systems Support Specialist
- Network Database Administrator
- Network Systems Administrator
- Network Systems Engineer with Internship
Each program is designed with the input of major employers, with a strong focus on professional certifications in the field.
“The curriculum is designed based on IT and networking professional certifications,” said Hassani-Espili. “This means each course supports student achievement in obtaining software vendor certifications such as CompTIA (A+, Net+, Security+), MCTS (Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist), MCSA (Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate), and MCSE (Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert).”
CDI College’s technology programs are the right fit for anyone looking to upgrade their skills or launch an entirely new career. We are currently accepting applications for our technology programs – apply today!