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Porterville College

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Basic Computing (JSC)

Job Skills Certificate

Program Length: 10 units

A Basic Computing Job Skills Certificate allows students to be more efficient in a wide range of careers which include (but not limited to): Business, Law Enforcement, Child Development, Agriculture, Health Careers, Information Systems, and Industrial Technology. Designed for students who want to hone their information systems skills, this four-course program provides the foundational word processing, spreadsheet, and database design skills you need for a wide range of positions, including computer support specialist, systems administrator, and help desk specialist. Completion of this certificate will provide the student with the information systems skills to succeed in an entry level position that requires basic computing skills.

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Computer Support Specialist

Systems Administrator

Help Desk Specialist

Office Systems Support

 

What Students Are Saying

"The instructors apply everything they teach us to the real world and show us how it’s going to be useful in our careers. Because of where the business world is now and where it’s going, it’s so good to have that knowledge and be set up for success.”
-Diana Lopez-Cruz

 

Meet One of Your Instructors

“The Information Systems programs at Porterville College are designed to prepare students for a job market that is based on technology like never before. Our graduates are prepared to earn high wages and help organizations become more efficient, profitable, and effective. We offer three distinct degrees as well as two certificates that are sure to meet the needs of most students who are seeking a rewarding career in an IT-related field.”
-Jim Carson