Nashville, TN

GO TECH: IT Infrastructure Course

Lenny Schumacher
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NASHVILLE, TN — Are you a tech enthusiast? Want to deep dive and learn more about information and technology things? Then GO TECH program conducted by The Greater Nashville Technology Council is the perfect choice for you. This program is designed for those who have the aptitude to learn tech through the IT Infrastructure Support Professional or ITIP course.

Those who do not have any prior technical experience or technical education are all welcome to apply to the GO TECH Program. Nashville Technology Council will grant a free course of IT Infrastructure Support Professional to selected applicants. They could successfully provide the free course by the funding of the Governor’s Investment in Vocational Education.

The course will begin with the fundamentals of computers, including a deep understanding of infrastructures such as hardware components, operating systems, software installation, network and security.

After accomplishing the courses, students will graduate with an IT Infrastructure Support Professional certificate from the Nashville Software School; get the chance to get CompTIA certifications such as A+, Network+ and Linux+; plus course credits with nine total credit hours at Nashville State Community College or Vol State Community College to pursue an Associate of Applied Science degree in the area of Computer Information Technology.

Since their 2021 Cohorts are full booked, they are now accepting applications for their 2021 Summer cohorts with details as follows:

  • Tuition-Free and CompTIA Certification Exams Included
  • Virtual Class: Learn from Home with a “live” instructor from the Nashville Software School
  • Nineteen-week Course

The class will be held each week on:
- Monday and Tuesday at 6 - 9 p.m.
- Saturday at 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Want to excel in your IT skills? Submit your registration here

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