LearnKey's Information Technology Specialist Courseware
Each Course Includes:
Video-based instruction, exercise labs, pre-assessments and post-assessments, and flash cards, in addition to a PDF project workbook. The workbook includes fill-in-the-blanks, glossary terms and definitions, and many other resources to help reinforce learning.
LearnKey's Java (INF-304) course is excellent for someone wanting to learn how to code in Java, a powerful object-oriented programming language. This course will also help students get ready to pass the IT Specialist INF-304 Java exam and improve employability prospects for any software development position requiring Java coding skills. Specifically, this course covers Java fundamentals, data types and variables, flow control, object-oriented principles, and compiling and debugging code. These concepts are covered through simulating writing code for an online store, thus adding a real-life scenario to this course.
CLASS HOURS: 17 HRS
CLASS HOURS: 28.5 HRS
LearnKey’s Python course covers Python, a very versatile programming language which can be used to power websites, build games, and even program hardware. This course is also an excellent course for someone new to programming, as many of the topics covered are basic programming topics which carry over well to other programming languages. Specifically, this course covers data types and operators, decisions and loops, input and output, code documentation and structure, troubleshooting, and modules and tools. The course topics directly map to the Python exam and will help anyone looking to improve their employability prospects in Python and for programming jobs in general.
CLASS HOURS: 34.5 HRS
LearnKey’s Networking course is an excellent entry-level certification course for those looking to gain a network certification and increase employability prospects for any junior to mid-level networking career. This course covers, in detail, these networking aspects: networking fundamentals, network infrastructure, networking hardware, protocols and services, and troubleshooting. This course is also a solid precursor to other networking certifications, most notably the CompTIA Network+ certification.
CLASS HOURS: 25 HRS
HTML and CSS
LearnKey’s HTML and CSS course is an excellent course for those looking to gain employability skills in the area of web development. The material covers the objectives on the HTML and CSS exam, putting a solid entry-level certification well within reach. Specifically, the course has two distinct parts: HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), which includes HTML fundamentals, document structuring, and multimedia presentation, and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), which includes CSS fundamentals and styling webpages. Then, the importance of accessibility for both HTML and CSS is introduced.
CLASS HOURS: 32 HRS
LearnKey’s Network Security course is geared toward those looking to learn basic operating system security fundamentals. This course will also prepare students to take and pass the Network Security exam. The four main topics covered in this course are: defense in depth, operating system security, network device security, and secure computing. This course will also improve employability prospects for those trying to gain an entry level IT support/desktop position with some basic security knowledge requirements.
CLASS HOURS: 32 HRS
LearnKey's Databases course is an introduction to building, entering information into, and querying databases. The course also provides a solid introduction to Structured Query Language (SQL), the primary language used to get the desired information from a database. This course helps one get ready to take and pass the IT Specialist Databases exam and will help one’s employability prospects in any job requiring querying and junior database administration skills. Specific topics for this course include Database Design, Database Object Management, Data Retrieval, Data Manipulation, and Troubleshooting.
CLASS HOURS: 16 HRS
HTML5 Application Development
CLASS HOURS: 24 HRS
LearnKey’s Software Development course is a solid introduction for those looking to understand programming concepts and practices better. While not geared for any specific language, the course focuses mainly on C# and SQL. It goes through core programming concepts, software development principles, object-oriented programming, web applications, and databases topics. The course material maps to the objectives of the IT Specialist Software Development Fundamentals exam. It is a good next course for anyone who has taken LearnKey’s Introduction to Programming course or has equivalent knowledge.
CLASS HOURS: 25.5 HRS
Device Configuration and Management
LearnKey’s Device Configuration and Management course demonstrates how to install Windows on a computer and configure user accounts. Students will learn the purpose of local and administrative account types and the role the account types play in data access and management. The course also explores how to manage computer settings, updates, applications, and peripheral devices, along with how to troubleshoot devices and increase device security. Students will improve their personal use of Windows along with their overall employability while preparing for the Device Configuration and Management certification exam.
CLASS HOURS: 16 HRS
The Information Technology Specialist Cybersecurity certification is ideal for anyone new to the field of cybersecurity and is interested in becoming a cybersecurity specialist. The objectives cover the core topics important to cybersecurity specialists, including essential principles, network security, endpoint security, vulnerability assessments, risk management, and incident handling. Mastering these core topics builds a good foundation for passing the exam and becoming a cybersecurity professional. LearnKey’s Information Technology Specialist Cybersecurity course covers all five exam domains. Join LearnKey security expert Michael Solomon as he covers all the necessary objectives required in the Information Technology Specialist - Cybersecurity certification exam.
CLASS HOURS: 23 HRS
Introduction to Programming Concepts
This course is an introduction to basic programming concepts and is perfect for those who want to learn how to program, but don't know where to start. Rather than focusing on a single programming language, this course will teach prospective programmers three basic principles: introduction to objects, program design basics, and coding basics.
CLASS HOURS: 3 HRS