IT Careers: Find an IT Career Path Right for You - Tek Ladder

IT Careers

As organizations continue to lean more on networking and security to function, IT professionals are becoming increasingly sought-after. Careers in IT offer great opportunities for long-term career growth, and Tek Ladder is here to help you get there. 

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Specialize in the IT career path that fits you

At Tek Ladder, we help you find the IT career path that fits your interests and career goals. Exploring specific IT specialties will help you strengthen your background, gain unique insight and experience, and find a successful entry-level career fit after you finish the Tek Ladder program.

IT Support Specialist

IT Support Specialists are a vital part of an organization. They help manage computer systems, troubleshoot issues both inside and outside of organizations, and manage networks and security systems.

Computer Technician

Computer Technicians are responsible for the setup and maintenance of an organization’s IT systems, including computer and printer installation, network/internet management, software management, and troubleshooting IT issues. They’re experts in understanding how computers and network connections function.

Technical Support Specialist

Technical Support Specialists generally help customers and other end-users troubleshoot their technical issues through chat, email, or phone services. They answer questions about organizations, problem-solve technical issues, and may work internally through ticketing systems. This generally entry-level role is fantastic for those looking to get a foot in the door while gaining a large amount of hands-on experience.

Help Desk Technician

Help Desk Technicians are often the first line of defense against IT issues, and becoming one is a great way to gain IT experience in a professional setting. As a Help Desk Technician, you’ll be trained to deal with a wide variety of IT issues and troubleshooting strategies surrounding various software, hardware, and networks.

Desktop Support Technician

Desktop Support Technicians are a skilled and knowledgeable in technology and helping others solve technical issues. This role is typically seen as entry-level and can be a great way to get into the IT world. Setting up hardware/software, checking network security, and updating an organization’s tech is just the tip of the iceberg for Desktop Support Technicians.

Service Desk Analyst

Service Desk Analysts monitor basic level IT systems for errors and problems, assisting end users with technical issues they may have. They are often responsible for a wide array of responsibilities, making this specialty great for those that want to explore everything the world of professional IT has to offer.

NOC Technician

NOC Technicians, or Network Operations Center Technicians, manage critical IT infrastructure for organizations. They understand and can troubleshoot complex networks and have a unique skillset that allows them to specialize and build upon their careers.

How does the program work?

The world of tech and IT continues to rapidly expand, and our 2-month training program is designed to help you keep up and find a career filled with opportunity and growth. Having technical training makes you extremely flexible and adaptable, and our focus on networking, systems, and security will help you get the edge you need for a successful entrance into the world of professional technology. Check out more about our training program below.


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