Network Systems

Network Systems introduces students to the skills necessary to provide technical assistance to customers by diagnosing computer problems and troubleshoot hardware, software and computer networks. In this program, students learn skills to become Network Administration Specialists to plan, implement, and coordinate business class computer network systems. There is no shortage of jobs for skilled workers in the computer and network field. 
Students will learn to
  • Design, build, install and repair complex computer network systems
  • Develop programming skills for computers and mobile apps
  • Apply computer forensics and information security software to keep systems safe
  • Build, upgrade, and repair computers
Technical Support Specialist
Help Desk Technician
Computer Security Specialist
App Creator

CompTIA A+ Computer Hardware & Software
CompTIA Network+ Computer Networking & Security
Network Security
OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration) General Industry
Elective Courses for Seniors include Server Pro, Security Pro, Linux Pro & Others
Vantage is a Authorized CompTIA Partner Academy & Test Center 

Business Professionals of America allows student to network with and compete against other students in their field of study at the local, regional, state, and national level in both individual and team events such as PC Servicing & Troubleshooting or Network Design Team and over 50 other categories such as Programming or Web Site Development.

Vantage Career Center has partnered with Northwest State Community College to offer courses both online and in our building. These are part of College Credit Plus. Students can also opt to attend local campuses to meet academic requirements. Contact Student Services for more information.

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career pathways

A Career Pathway is a collective look at education and training, wage and outlook information for related occupations. The Vantage Network Systems program can be part of the Information Technology Career Pathways listed below. Whether a student is interested in going to college, getting a certificate or working right after high school, career pathways can be customized for any ambition or plan.
These career pathways were developed around Ohio’s in-demand occupations, according to the July 2015 In-Demand Occupations. Secondary and post-secondary courses reflect career-tech programs approved by the Ohio Department of Education and Ohio Board of Regents. For additional career planning resources, visit

Contact Us

Larry Regedanz
Larry Regedanz
Network Systems
Office: 419-238-5411 x 2188
Paula VanTilburg
Paula VanTilburg
Career Tech Supervisor
Office: 419-238-5411 x 2146
Tonya Temple
Tonya Temple
Student Services Supervisor
Office: 419-238-5411 x 2160
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