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    This program, the Digital Literacy Standard Curriculum Version IV, teaches generic ICT skills and concepts. This course prepares students to take the Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) training and certification. The MTA certification is entry level and will assist students in gaining experience and employment in a dynamic IT field. Students can expect to start getting acclimated to the technology to be able to support Infrastructure, Cloud, and Security; a rapidly growing industry. We will offer both networking and also application development/HTML5 training based on Microsoft industry standards. This course is taught in the summer and will continue in the fall on Saturdays with the student mastering skills at their own pace.

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