PC & Network Technology Students Receive Certification

Career Center Students Receive Certification

PC & Network Technology Students Receive Certification


Career Center Students Receive Certification

Thu, May 9th, 2019

Six seniors in the PC & Network Technology program at the Belmont Career Center recently passed the CompTIA IT Fundamentals exam that was administered at Belmont College. The students have now received their first certification for the information technology field.

The exam covers foundational information technology concepts including identifying and explaining computer components, installing software, establishing network connectivity and preventing security risks.

Pictured, from left, are Dalton Macurak, St. Clairsville; Austin Graham, Union Local; Michael Armiger, Harrison Central; Ian Johnston, Martins Ferry; Eric Ludolph, Bridgeport; and Ryan Breiding, Martins Ferry. Program instructor is Brent Matis.





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