imagen-Computer Technician

Program / Computer Technician

Is taught in: CECyT 3 | CECyT 8

Description

The graduates will have learned how to use programming languages for the application and design of computer systems by the time they finish their studies. They will also be able to use technical assistance (software) to identify and fix physical and logical issues, as well as to use the resources under their control logically and methodically. By combining their practical and theoretical knowledge, they will be able to meet the demands of the public sector for goods and services.

Additionally, they will have the chance to integrate while also gaining the fundamental knowledge and abilities that will enable them to continue their education at a higher level, actively engage in the challenges of the modern world, and plan and systematically integrate our young people into the globalized industrial environment.

Candidate's Profile

Knowledge

  • Elementary computer skills.
  • Elementary English.
  • Algebra and trigonometry-related mathematics.
  • Oral and written communication.

Skills

  • Controlling both written and spoken expression.
  • Use of fundamental software in all operations.

Attitudes

  • Self-assurance to voice their opinions.
  • A willingness to collaborate and work as a team.
  • Management.

Graduate's profile

Generic Competences

  • Is aware of and values who they are, and they approach difficulties and challenges by keeping their goals in mind.
  • Employs appropriate methods, techniques, and tools to listen, interpret, and emit pertinent signals in various circumstances.
  • Creates novel ideas and suggests solutions to issues using tried-and-true techniques.
  • Upholds a respectful attitude toward diversity in views, values, ideas, and social behaviors as well as interculturality.

Disciplinary Competences

  • Values social, political, economic, ethnic, cultural, and gender distinctions and the disparities they produce. - Recognizes social and humanistic knowledge as a construction in ongoing transformation.
  • Examines the underlying aspects and factors that contribute to an organization's production, competitiveness, and relationship to the socioeconomic environment with an entrepreneurial mindset.
  • Respects various social customs by understanding their significance within a cultural framework.

Professional Competences

  • Resolves hardware and software issues using the most recent technologies and laws.
  • Installs computer parts, sets up software for computer equipment startup, and carries out preventative and corrective maintenance tasks.
  • Creates a computer network for the transfer of information based on the rules in effect today.
  • Puts into practice network technologies, configures, manipulates, and puts into practice network hardware.

Academic Requirements

The prerequisites outlined in the National Polytechnic Institute's request must be met in order to enroll in the Non-School and Mixed modalities. The applicant must finish the enrollment process as specified in the call after the results are released.

Curriculum Map

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