Information Technology

IT Support Specialist - AM

Apple Technology & App Development - PM

The IT Support Specialist

Curriculum encompasses the building and maintenance of personal computers. Students will learn how to assemble, upgrade, and install computer operating systems, perform preventive maintenance, and conduct diagnostic system tests. Emphasis shall be placed on learning how to troubleshoot computer hardware and software problems using diagnostic software and electronic test equipment. Students focus on acquiring the knowledge and skills necessary to pass Certiport’s Internet Computing Core certification as well as CompTIA’s Strata certifications. These certifications are the foundation to a career in the Information Technology industry.

The Apple Technician & App Development (ACMT)

Curriculum focuses on the student's ability to perform basic troubleshooting and repair of both desktop and portable Macintosh systems, such as iMac, MacBook, and Macbook Pro. ACMT certification exams emphasize identifying and resolving common OS X problems, and using Apple Service and Support products to effectively repair Apple hardware. There is a secondary focus on basic networking concepts that includes both wired and wireless networking technologies. Another aspect of the Apple Tech program is to give students a basic understanding on how to develop Applications for both Apple and Android products.


IT Support Specialist: TestOut PC Pro, Certiport IC3, and CompTIA’s Strata

Apple Technology: Apple Certified Macintosh Technician

Dual College Credit

Kennebec Valley Community College

ETC 110: Computer Operating Systems - 3 credits

ETC 112: Apple Computer Support Essentials - 3 credits


Reggie Grenier

A+, Network+, AppleCare Certified Instructor, IC3 Certified Instructor, Apple Certified Macintosh Technician, Apple Certified Support Specialist, Apple Certified Technical Coordinator

873-0102, ext. 276