Quick Tips

  •  An IT training program is not necessary to take a certification exam. If you have studied up with a textbook and feel ready for the exam—give it a try!
  • You may run into the word Linux as you work to find the course or the textbook right for you. Linux is a computer operating system that is installed on a wide variety of computer hardware and is a leading server operating system among businesses. Most training programs deal with this operating system so this is nothing to worry about, but rather something you will likely learn all about in your chosen training program.
  • There is a lot of diversity when it comes to IT training. Before you choose a program, make sure that you are positive about the field you are entering. If you know you want to do something in information technology, but still are not sure what, explore the different options before signing up for training. Talk to others in the field, take one or two classes first, or get a feel for the company you are working for and then specialize.

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