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Motlow State Community College is a leader in technology and employee professional development. Through a collaborative effort between Academic Affairs and Workforce’s “MotlowTrained” division at Motlow, community members can participate in free Google IT Support Professional Certificate training.

“This online training program provides the skills you need for an entry-level job in IT support, such as a help desk analyst, with no relevant experience required,” said Walter McCord, instructor at cyber defense from Motlow. “The course gives you a micro-credit and a competition badge that you can put on your CV.”






Those who complete the training will also receive six credit hours at Motlow. Upon completion, individuals can take the CompTIA A+ exams, an industry standard certification for computer science. This valuable benefit can help establish the foundations of computer science and prepare those who complete the training for well-paying entry-level positions in the information technology field. Interns will gain in-demand skills that will prepare them for employment in less than six months.

“Any chance we may have of taking advantage of free industry-accredited training that will lead to sustainable employment is a WIN! Training Google’s IT support staff is one of those opportunities that can not only expand an individual’s content knowledge, but also increase their future training capacity and future career opportunities,” said Joy Rich, assistant vice president of workforce development at Motlow.

Users can start instantly and learn on their own schedule.

According to Coursera, the company providing the training, in the past 12 months there have been more than 340,500 vacancies in the United States in IT with an average entry level salary of $50,800 in support. computer science.

To register, fill out this form: https://forms.gle/8xPix9tsQzTEm7oS8. For more information, email [email protected], call 931-393-1760, or visit mscc.edu.

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