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A Future in Informational Technology

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Course work provides an overview on the importance of informational technology and a career within it. This course provides the necessities needed to create a great Informational Technology application. This includes elements such as resumes, cover letters, and networking. This course also highlights the skills and certifications needed for high paid jobs.

Knowledge 

  • Know the importance of an occupation in Informational Technology
  • Know the basics of creating a well developed IT Application
  • Know the etiquette opportunities that are presented in Informational Technology

Core Competency:   Develop the capability to use proper etiquette for creating great Cover Letter

  1. Analyze the relevant information needed on a student or recent graduate cover letter
  2. Discuss and understand the various ways to include coursework onto a cover letter
  3. Take into account the need of the various types of column formats used in a cover letter

Core Competency:  Develop the capability to use proper etiquette for creating great Resumes

  1. Analyze the relevant information needed on a student or recent graduate cover letter
  2. Discuss and understand the various ways to include coursework onto a cover letter
  3. Take into account the need of the various types of column formats used in a cover letter

 

Skill 

Ability to take Steps in Creating a Successful Path in Information Technology

  • Be able to freely network with people easily
  • Ability to develop the various skills needed in Information Technology
  • Evaluation applications and critique the potential mistakes
  • Set proper guidelines with IT Resumes and IT Cover Letters

Core Competency: Take into the difference between the technical and soft skills

  1. Identify the purpose of technical skills and their usage
  2. Identify the purpose of soft skills and their usage
  3. Apply the knowledge of developing new skills

Core Competency: Use attention to detail skills to analyze potential mistakes presented in applications and networking scripts

  1. Ability to identify pattern language for a successful introduction to a new person
  2. Using research skills to further understand the future of information technology
  3. Apply knowledge of certifications and degrees to best plan out the career for a person

Course Content

1. Importance of an Occupation in Informational Technology (5 Hours)
2. Basics of Creating a Great Informational Technology Application (5 Hours)
3. Informational Technology Career Paths (5 Hours)
4. Skills in Informational Technology (5 Hours)

No textbook required for this course.

Method of Evaluation 

Type  Number  % value
  Assignments   3   30%
  Tests   1   20%
  Weekly Discussions   10   10%
  Graded Homework   5   15%
  Final Examination   1   25%

Teaching Method 

Method  Number of Hours
  Lecture   20

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Course Content

1. Importance of an Occupation in Informational Technology (5 Hours)
2. Basics of Creating a Great Informational Technology Application (5 Hours)
3. Informational Technology Career Paths (5 Hours)
4. Skills in Informational Technology (5 Hours)

Registered as a private career college under the Private Career College Act, 2005.

The Newbarry College of Business, Service and Technology is a member of the National Association of Career Colleges.

 The Newbarry College of Business, Service and Technology is a member of the Career Colleges of Ontario.

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