7 FAQs about Computer Networking Management Training

Is computer networking management training the right career for you?

Do you enjoy working with computers? Are you interested in the ways you can help people manage and use technology? A computer networking management training program at Branford Hall Career Institute may be the type of career you seek.

If you’re curious to learn more about what a computer networking management training and career entails, read ahead for a list of frequently asked questions. This guide will help you decide if the career path is the right option for you.

Q #1: What do computer networking managers do?

A: Computer networking managers support and provide help to people or organizations who use computer software or equipment. They work as part of an IT team to test and evaluate networks to ensure they function correctly. Their duties also include performing regular maintenance to ensure that networks are operating correctly. They also troubleshoot local area networks, wide area networks, and Internet systems. They perform crucial maintenance tasks, such as backups, to help identify computer network problems and ensure the safety of their organization’s work.

Q #2: What will I learn in a computer networking management training program at Branford Hall?

A: In Branford Hall’s computer networking management program, you can learn various tools for operating and managing computer systems. Our program is designed to provide students with the foundations to enter and grow in an IT career. Students will work directly with computers to learn the skills that make them bench technicians and desktop support technicians. From there, the students will move into networking courses that give them a foundation in network administration and security. Students can apply their knowledge with hands-on practice in security, PC hardware support, and desktop support skills for network defense.

Q #3: How long does it take to complete the program?

A: The program requires 48 credit hours. This relatively short program means you could be out in the workforce in about a year. If you’re looking to develop your computer skills quickly, this program could help you on your way to becoming an IT professional without wasting any time!

Q #4: How do I apply to the computer networking management program at Branford Hall?

A: Are you interested in applying to the computer networking management program? Our admissions team can help you! Branford Hall requires that you have a high school diploma or GED equivalent before applying to the program. No further experience is needed. Fill out our online application or complete an application during your admissions review process. Branford Hall offers rolling admissions so before you know it, you could be starting classes in a relatively short amount of time.

Q #5: Will I find a job?

A: Branford Hall wants our students to achieve great things. Our advisors in our Career Services Department aim to help students find job listings in their respective fields. They can also help students write resumes, prepare for job interviews, and perfect their career networking skills. We want to do our best to connect students with local career opportunities. Our duty is to help foster students’ professional skills so they can make the most out of their education and become desirable candidates for jobs.

Q #6: Is financial aid available?

A: Branford Hall encourages all students to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to see if they are eligible for any financial assistance. We have Financial Aid Advisors available in case you have any questions or need help with the online application process. You can also use our step-bystep guide to filling out the FASFA. If you are not able to receive financial aid, then our advisors will help you determine what other forms of financial assistance may be available for you.

Q #7: Where is Branford Hall located?

A: Our computer networking management training program is offered at three of Branford Hall’s campuses in Connecticut: Branford, Southington, and Windsor. We also offer this program at our Springfield, MA tech campus and our Woodland Park, NJ location. Branford Hall offers several other career training programs at our campuses in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and New York. If you’d like more information on applying to our programs, contact us today. We look forward to hearing from you!