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Certificates

  • ComputerDesktopWant to become a Computer Desktop Technician?
    • Earn a certificate from CCRI that will help prepare you for national certifications in the computer desktop field. Learn materials for your CompTIA A+, and Microsoft MCSA and MCITP. Also learn basic wireless setup and security, and basic computer usage. Become marketable in the workforce for computer desktop technicians jobs. Learn More about Computer Desktop Technician
  • CCNAWant to take courses towards your Cisco CCNA?
    • Earn a certificate from CCRI that will help prepare you for the Cisco CCNA certification. Also, you will learn basic Windows Server setup. You can choose either a course on Cisco VoIP or a course on server security. Become marketable in the workforce for entry level networking jobs. Learn More about Cisco CCNA
  • Cisco CCNA certificationWant to take courses towards your Cisco CCNP and Cisco Security?
    • Earn a certificate from CCRI that will help prepare you for the Cisco CCNP and Cisco Security certifications. Become marketable in the workforce for advance level networking jobs. Learn More about CCNP and Security
  • CNCWant to learn basic CNC Manufacturing?
    • Earn a certificate from CCRI that will teach you the beginning of CNC manufacturing. Learn how to read blueprints and take measurements in the manufacturing field. Learn More about CNC
  • 3-D printingWant to learn Advanced CNC Manufacturing and 3-D printing?
    • Earn a certificate from CCRI that will teach you the advanced CNC manufacturing. Learn how to use a 3-D printer. Students at the end of their certificate will work in field of CNC manufacturing. Learn More about Advanced CNC Manufacturing
  • Energy Utility fieldWant a job in the Energy Utility field?
    • Earn a certificate from CCRI that provides students with a core set of skills and competencies required by the energy industry. Hands-on training is provided through an eight or nine-week off premises practicum as well as field trips where students apply theoretical classroom knowledge in a real-world environment. Learn More about Energy Utility

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Last Updated: 9/19/16