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Date: Fri, Sep 25th, 2020

Great Falls College offering CompTIA classes for working professionals seeking to advance career

Great Falls College is offering CompTIA courses this fall and spring for working professionals.

Great Falls College MSU is offering CompTIA classes through its Lifelong Learning Center aimed at working professionals in the computer industry who are seeking a chance to upskill and advance their careers.
The 8-week online courses cost just $150, with Network+ being offered in the college's second 8-week block in just a few weeks.
Registration closes Oct. 2 for the class, which begins Oct. 12, but sign up today because space is limited.
The course will be taught by Great Falls College faculty members, who recently helped the computer technology program at the college become certified as a Center of Academic Excellence by Homeland Security and the National Security Agency.
"Working professionals who are looking to get a leg up will be incredibly impressed with this course," said Dr. Leanne Frost, executive director of instruction and director of general studies at Great Falls College. "It will be a big step helping you get to the point where you want to go in your career."
This spring, Great Falls College also will offer A+ and Security+ classes.
The courses are funded through a grant from the Governor's Emergency Education Relief Program.
Contact Steve Robinett, director of computer technology at Great Falls College, at steven.robinett@gfcmsu.edu or 406-268-3721 if you are interested in taking the course.
"Spread the word to those you know working in the field," Frost said. "It's really an incredible opportunity, and thanks to the grant, we are able to keep the cost down."


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