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Information Network Technology

Wichita Area Technical College (WATC) and Pratt Community College (PCC) to offer its Information Networking Technology (INT) Program to students who have completed IT Essentials Certification of Completion from WATC.

IT Essentials prepares students to enter the rapidly advancing field of advanced computing technologies. The coursework provides the foundational knowledge and skills necessary to complete CompTIA (Computing Technology Industry Association) Certifications in Computer Technology A+, Networking Technology N+ and Information Technology Security S+.

The Pratt Community College Information Networking Program emphasizes IT industry recognized certifications CompTIA (A+, Network+, Security+) as well, and prepares the student to move more in depth into the IT industry.

The INT field continues to grow at a substantial rate and qualified Computer Technicians, Network Technicians, and Network Administrators are in demand. Entry-level career opportunities in Information Technology await those who have the necessary skills and education to meet the demand.

For more information please contact Joe Varrientos at 620-450-2193 or

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