Students will need to read manuals and perform basic algebraic equations.
Students will learn different number systems, engineering notation, build electronic circuits,
control electronic circuits with software, repair desktop and laptop computers,
install and use basic computer software such as operating systems and tools to maintain and troubleshoot computer issues, setup and maintain a small local network, troubleshoot mobile devices.
The course is geared towards passing the A+ Certification exam and can lead to an entry level position in Information Technology
(Helpdesk, Support Technician).
This course is offered at the 96th Street Location (PM Session).
Web Design: Students need to have basic PC/Mac skills. Course and a material is on the 8th grade reading level and above.
Students need to be able to perform basic mathematics including percentages and fractions.
The course will focus on IT business needs and network functioning and then move on to mark-up language and site development,
HTML5 Coding, style sheets and graphical elements, GUI HTML editors and mobile web sites, web sites for business,
network and cloud security and compatibility. The course is geared towards passing the Microsoft (MTA) Certification.
This course prepares students for post-secondary training in the field.
This course is offered at the 96th Street Location.
Students will learn about networks, routing and switch configuration and resolving network problems.
By the end of the course students will be able to configure and troubleshoot complex networks and resolve issues with data link protocols,
LANs, inter-VLAN routing, multi-area OSPF and WAN technologies. The course is geared towards passing the Network +,
Cisco CCENT and CCNA Certifications. Students can obtain entry level positions in the IT industry.
Students may need to take the A+ course as a pre-requisite. This course is offered at 96th Street.
This course is offered at the 96th Street Location (AM Only).
This is an introductory course to expose students to the world of graphic design.
Students will enter the world of design, learning the concepts, principals and the process of how to
create amazing works of art using the various Adobe programs. While learning to be great designers,
students will prepare to pass the Adobe Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator certifications.
Students will also build a professional portfolio composed of many works of art such as Brochures,
Posters, Flyers and Logos that are sure to impress employers. This course will prepare students for
entry level positions at Graphic Design companies and other job related to Graphic Design.
This course is offered at the 96th Street, Canarsie, and Far Rockaway H.S Locations.