This 2 part course covers the basics of computer hardware and operating systems. The student will learn skills needed for installation, building, upgrading, repairing, configuring, troubleshooting, optimizing and diagnosing in addition to preventive maintenance and elements of security. The A+ certification validates the basic skills needed by any entry-level service technician regardless of job environment in particular in a mobile or corporate environment.
This course provides a fundamental understanding of the concepts that make using your computer a comfortable and rewarding experience. The course will provide you the knowledge of the components that make up your computer, and help you learn practical tips for using the PC.
Building Coverage Cisco Multi-layer Switch Network (BCMSN)
In the BCMSN course students will learn the skills to perform tasks including and related to implementing scalable multilayer switched networks. Topics covered in this course include: Implement VLANs; Conduct the operation of Spanning Tree protocols in a hierarchical network; Implement Inter-VLAN routing; Implement gateway redundancy technologies; Describe and configure wireless client access; Describe and configure security features in a switched network; Configure support for voice. This course prepares students for the Cisco 642-812 exam.
This course prepares the student for certification as a CCNA. Students will learn to install, configure, and operate LAN, WAN, and dial access services with Cisco networking equipment. Students will reinforce their learning by practicing basic router configuration tasks including setting the router hostname, interface descriptions, passwords, configuring CDP, enabling interfaces and configuring RIP in lab simulations. This course prepares the student for the CCNA (Certified Cisco Network Associate exam #640-802
This course provides a fundamental understanding of PC hardware and how it works. From power supplies to memory, you'll have a solid understanding of the components inside the case, what they look like, what they do, and how they work together. At the conclusion of this course you will understand the basics of PC operation, maintenance, and connectivity.
This is an instructor led supplemental course that takes our course on Internet Fundamentals to the next level with practical hands on internet research techniques. This supplement provides greater detail on how to use browsers, indexes, and search engines to locate information via the Internet. (Internet Fundamentals is a prerequisite for this course.)
In the Configuring Exchange Server 2007 course students will learn the skills needed to install, configure, and monitor Exchange Server 2007. This course covers the following objectives; Installing and Configuring Microsoft Exchange Servers, Configuring Recipients and Public Folders, Configuring the Exchange Infrastructure, Monitoring and Reporting, and Configuring Disaster Recovery. This course prepares the student for the Microsoft Certified Professional exam #70-236 - Configuring Exchange Server 2007.
Students will learn and develop an in-depth knowledge of the advanced features of Microsoft Excel in both 2003 and 2007 versions with and overview of the new features available in the soon to be released Microsoft Excel 2010. Students completing this course have a high level of proficiency working in both versions (2003 & 2007) of the Microsoft Excel and are familiar with the soon to be released 2010 version. This course will cover objectives for the MOS Excel Expert certification exam.
Implementing a Windows 2003 Network Infrastructure
Students taking this course will learn to implement, manage and maintain a Windows 2003 infrastructure. Subjects covered include IP Addressing, DNS, Routing and Remote Access. Students will learn to use network analysis tools for network maintenance. Includes simulations, quizzes, exams and hands on lab work (Prepares student for MCP exam #70-291) MCSE & MCSA core
This course explains what the Internet really is, how it works, and how you can best use this tool - defining terms, explaining etiquette, and showing you the power of an Internet so huge that most people only experience a fraction of what it has to offer.
CompTIA Linux+ certification is an international industry credential that validates the individual’s knowledge of Linux operating systems. In this course the students will learn to explain fundamental open source resources/licenses, demonstrate knowledge of user administration, understand file permissions/software configurations and manage local storage devices and network protocols.
This course package is geared towards individuals who have a minimum of 1 year of consecutive work experience in a medical office/facility or are currently certified as a CMAA and seek career advancement by becoming a Billing and Coding Specialist. The package includes Medical Billing I / Health Insurance Processing, Medical Billing II and Medical Coding. Enrollment in these courses requires passing pre-admission testing. This course covers the objectives for the National Healthcareer Association's Certified Billing and Coding Specialist.
This course will provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to form the basis to become a medical insurance specialist. Students will learn the procedures used to file electronic insurance claims, as well as CMS -1500 paper form claims and its use to file claims. Students will learn about claim adjudication, reimbursement, follow-up, and record retention. Students will gain a fundamental understanding of claim requirements of health care payers such as Medicare, Medicaid, TRICARE CHAMPVA, Blue Cross and Blue Shield, workers compensation and disability. Students will also be given an overview of the electronic HIPAA 837I and UB-92 paper claim forms used by hospitals to submit claims. This course will prepare students to effectively and efficiently submit claims in accordance with payer requirements.
In this course emphasis is placed on medical accounting records, patient scheduling, patient billing, and maintaining health records on the computer in addition to current medical software applications. Students will learn and practice the fundamentals of a computerized accounting system for a medical provider. Success in this course requires a basic level of competency with computers, word processing, spreadsheet, and database (electronic records) concepts. This course covers the medical billing objectives for the National Healthcareer Association's Certified Billing and Coding Specialist.
This course will provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to form the basis to become a medical coder or medical insurance specialist. Students will learn about medical coding guidelines and principles in order to verify the diagnosis and procedure codes used to report patients' conditions on insurance claims and encounter forms. Students will gain a fundamental understanding of current diagnostic and procedural coding. This will prepare students to effectively and efficiently submit claims in accordance with payer requirements.
This course is designed to acquaint students with the specific knowledge and skills needed to pursue a career in a medical office. Students will learn about the clerical tasks that are performed in a medical office. Topics include; how to manage patient records, how to maintain the appointment schedule, and draft medical correspondence, performing procedures for preparing and filing patient charts, and the legal and ethical issues surrounding confidentiality of information. Students will also gain the basic technical skills and knowledge necessary to prepare students to work with commercial medical practice management software used in today's medical offices.
This course is the first of 2 interrelated courses in Medical Terminology. Courses must be taken in sequence. Medical Terminology 1 consists of 8 modules which introduce the medical terminology, spelling, and definitions that are needed to be successful in a health-related career. Students will gain comprehensive medical terminology skills through a unique combination of anatomy and physiology, word building principles, and phonetic "sounds like" pronunciations. Content is organized according to body systems, one chapter per system. Exercises focus on learning prefixes, suffixes, root words, and combining forms. Students will learn medical abbreviations, acronyms, and medical symbols in order to achieve fluency with terminology used in a medical office environment.
This course is the second of 2 interrelated courses in Medical Terminology. Courses must be taken in sequence. Medical Terminology 2 consists of 8 modules which continue to cover the medical terminology, spelling, and definitions that are needed to be successful in a health-related career. Students will gain comprehensive medical terminology skills through a unique combination of anatomy and physiology, word building principles, and phonetic "sounds like" pronunciations. Content is organized according to body systems, one chapter per system. Exercises focus on learning prefixes, suffixes, root words, and combining forms. Students will learn medical abbreviations, acronyms, and medical symbols in order to achieve fluency with terminology used in a medical office environment
Relational databases are a critical component of the infrastructure that allows modern society to easily store, index and share information. In the Access course, you'll learn basic and advanced capabilities of this popular database tool. Students taking this course will learn subjects including building databases, querying data, designing forms and generating reports. At the conclusion of this course you'll understand how to use Access to organize, retrieve, and share information. Students completing the course will be prepared to pass the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exam for Access.
This course covers the basics of MS Access 2007 application software and is geared to for individuals who are looking for general knowledge of how to work within existing Access databases. Students will learn features of Access, get an overview of how Access databases are created and teach the how to customize, manipulate and modify existing Access databases, forms and reports. This course is recommended for individuals who are not seeking the advanced knowledge needed for the Access certification.
Nearly every organization today regardless of size uses spreadsheets to analyze data and do "what if" projections of future scenarios. Expert instructors use practical examples to show you Excel fundamentals before moving step-by-step into more advanced topics like graphs, charting, formulas and macros. At the conclusion of this course, you'll feel confident in your ability to use Excel for powerful business applications. Students completing the course will be prepared to pass the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exams for Excel.
In the Outlook course, you'll learn to take full advantage of all the benefits of this latest version of one of the most widely used communication tools. Students will learn about using the powerful personal organization, time management, calendaring, and email capabilities of Outlook to manage communications and schedule. At the conclusion of this course, you'll feel comfortable using all the features of Outlook. Students completing the course will be prepared to pass the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exam for Outlook.
The ability to effectively present information to an audience is one of the most useful and valuable business skills you can possess. With the Microsoft PowerPoint course, you'll quickly progress beyond the pick a template and type in some text basics that are so common in PowerPoint presentations. Students will learn how to make PowerPoint presentations connect that with the audience. At the conclusion of this course you'll understand how to create PowerPoint presentations that bring your ideas to life and communicate your message. Students completing the course will be prepared to pass the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exam for PowerPoint.
Microsoft Word is one of today's most widely used communication tools. Whether you're a Word novice or you already know the basics of Word and want to learn more, the Word course takes you step-by-step through the features of Word . At the conclusion of this course you'll feel comfortable using Word to accomplish your communication tasks. Students completing the course will be prepared to pass the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Word exams.
Our Network+ course is designed to prepare you for certification in a internationally recognized validation of technical knowledge that is required for IT network practitioners. The CompTIA Network+ certification course ensures that the successful candidate has the important knowledge and skills necessary to manage, maintain, troubleshoot, install, operate and configure basic network infrastructure, describe networking technologies, basic design principles, and adhere to wiring standards and use testing tools.
Students will learn to plan and implement a Windows 2003 network infrastructure. Topics include: server roles and security, planning a DNS namespace design, planning and implementing WINS replication. Also covered is planning for network security and recovery from failures. Includes simulations, quizzes, exams and hands on lab work (Prepares student for MCP exam #70-293) MCSE core
In this Project course, you’ll discover how to effectively plan, manage, and track the advancement of projects with Microsoft Project. The training begins with some project management basics, and then shows you by practical, step-by-step demonstration how to get the most from Project. At the conclusion of this course you’ll be familiar with managing tasks, resources, schedules and reports to keep your projects on schedule and within budget.
Microsoft’s Publisher is a tool for creating materials for print, Web or email publishing. This Publisher training course provides a convenient, affordable, effective way to learn how to design and publish newsletters, Web pages, marketing collateral and other materials with Publisher. This course moves step by step through the skills you need to get professional looking publishing results. At the conclusion of this course, you’ll feel comfortable using Publisher to complete your own publishing projects.
This QuickBooks course trains students with key bookkeeping skills using QuickBooks Pro, the program used by many small and medium businesses. The course walks you through the interface, explaining the many features and capabilities of the application. You will learn how to create a new company, work with accounts and lists, manage inventory, record sales, process payroll, generate reports and graphs, and perform period-end procedures. Most importantly, the skills you learn in this course will enable you to manage your finances and run your business more efficiently.
This course prepares students for CompTIA’s Security + certification. This course covers areas such as communication security, infrastructure security, cryptography, access control, authentication, external attack and operational and organization security. *This certification can be used as an elective for MCSA and MCSE 2000 or 2003
Server+ certifies technical knowledge in areas such as RAID, SCSI and multiple CPUs, as well as capabilities with server issues, including disaster recovery. It is an international, vendor-neutral certification for individuals with 18-24 months of experience with Industry Standard Server Architecture (ISSA) technology. (This course prepares students for the CompTIA Server+ exam SK0-002)
In the SQL Server 2005 course students will learn to implement and maintain databases by utilizing Transact-SQL, CLR, and other scripting languages. The student will also gain familiarity with the various wizards and other user interfaces required to administer Microsoft SQL Server 2005. This course prepares the student for the Microsoft Certified Technical Specialist exam #70-431.
Planning, implementing and managing an Active Directory in Windows 2003 environment is covered in this course. Students will learn to create forest and child domains, work with organizational units, manage and monitor and Active Directory site. Students will learn to troubleshoot Active Directory, organize groups and security, implement configure and maintain Group policies. Includes simulations, quizzes, exams and hands on lab work (Prepares student for MCP exam #70-294) MCSE core
In this course students will learn the skills needed such as planning, monitoring, and maintaining a Server 2008 Network Environment.. Topics will include: Planning for Server Deployment; Planning for Server Management; Monitoring and Maintaining Servers; Planning Application and Data Provisioning; Planning for Business Continuity and High Availability; This course prepares the student for the Microsoft Certified Technical Specialist exam 70-646 - Windows Server 2008 Server Administrator
In this course students will learn to configure, monitor, and manage a Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure. Subjects covered include: Configuring IP Addressing and Services, Configuring Name Resolution, Configuring File and Print Services, Monitoring and Managing a Network Infrastructure and Configuring Network Access. This course prepares the student for the Microsoft Certified Technical Specialist exam 70-642 - Configuring Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure.
Students will learn to install, manage, configure, and troubleshoot Windows 2003 Server and its components. Topics covered include managing and maintaining logical and physical devices, users, computer’s other components of an Active Directory, security and disaster recovery. Includes simulations, quizzes, exams and hands on lab work (Prepares student for MCP exam #70-290) MCSE & MCSA core
In the Windows Server 2008 Active Directory course students will learn the following objectives; Configuring Domain Name System (DNS) for Active Directory, Configuring the Active Directory Infrastructure, Configuring Additional Active Directory Server Roles, Creating and Maintaining Active Directory Objects, Maintaining the Active Directory Environment and Configuring Active Directory Certificate Services. This course prepares the student for the Microsoft Certified Technical Specialist exam #70-640 -. Configuring Windows Server 2008 Active Directory.
In the Windows Vista course students will be prepared with the knowledge and skills needed to install, configure, and maintain Windows Vista. Students will learn: Installing and Upgrading Windows Vista; Configuring and Troubleshooting Post-Installation System Settings; Configuring Windows Security Features; Configuring Network Connectivity: Configuring Applications Included with Windows Vista; Maintaining and Optimizing Systems That Run Windows Vista; Configuring and Troubleshooting Mobile Computing. This course prepares the student for the Microsoft Certified Professional 70-620 - Configuring Windows Vista Certification exam.
Students receive comprehensive and complete understanding of the features of the Windows XP Professional operating system. Students will learn to install, configure and troubleshoot Windows XP Professional. Lab simulations will help students to become familiar with the many features of Windows XP. Includes simulations, quizzes, exams and hands on lab work (Prepares student for MCP exam #70-270) MCSE & MCSA core
Students will learn and develop an in-depth knowledge of the advanced features of Microsoft Word in both 2003 and 2007 versions with and overview of the new features available in the soon to be released Microsoft Word 2010. Students completing this course have a high level of proficiency working in both versions (2003 & 2007) of the Microsoft Word and are familiar with the soon to be released 2010 version. This course will cover objectives for the MOS Word Expert certification exam.
This course will help students optimize their understanding and knowledge of windows vista. Students will learn about navigating within Windows Vista, Vista desktop features, organizing and view files, file protection and restore, multimedia for improved communication, internet security and much more. This course will give the student the knowledge and skills to be comfortable and productive working within the Windows Vista operating system.
This course uses real world scenarios to help you optimize your system with enhanced settings, browser and e-mail options, and much more. You'll learn how to use advanced features including the photo editing suite, digital media library and moviemaker interface. As you become familiar with the Windows XP environment you'll build time-saving skills that help you get the most from your PC and become more productive.