I upped my typing speed today, which felt good.
We said “hi” to the new students and I got distracted by my daughter’s getting stuck from her car being tampered with. I managed to rejoin in time to introduce myself.
Then, while listening to the bios lab intro, I printed and organized all my lab paperwork, with the hope that I can catch up on labs. And I submitted a request for an extension of time and notified my counselor of that.
Jose led us through the Bios lab and I managed to get my VM and remote desktop to load, but then I couldn’t remember how to get to the ISO files. So I went back to class resources and figured that out. But when I tried to open the ISO folder my login wasn’t accepted. So I got stuck.
I created a new ticket for the Bios Lab. I also was not able to figure out where all my past tickets went. Were they deleted when they became overdue?
orientation and some work on virtual machines
Today we did an overview of the class. Afterward, we took a test about the overview I had to take twice to pass. Then we studied this week’s accountability assignment. The assignment has to do with workplace adaptability. In the next part of the class, I worked on last week’s accountability assignment due last Thursday. It was a short study of customer service. It is not as hard as it looks to do 3 hours of class 5 days a week.
We are once again spending some time with our virtual machines! I just love them!
Came up with definitions for lab words. Jose helped me fix my ticketing issue so now I don’t want to touch anything to ruin it. When will I ever not be nervous on this computer?
Here is Jack again. He has a tiny bit of blue around his eye.
I did a super long module in Skillsoft and only have one course left. I met the new students in CTT. Jose fixed my remote desktop issues and I started on this week’s computer hardware lab.
Today was the first day of my final month at CTP’s PRO class and I started both the accountability and skillsoft assignments for the week.
Looks like a good entry level IT support position that doesn’t require much experience.
Best of Luck
– Jesus Aguilar
A technology support position involving troubleshooting and some manual labor (able to lift at 50lbs). Overall, looks like a good position for people with little work experience.
IT Support position that doesn’t involve much experience but does require some travel to other company locations.
Best of Luck!
Position that requires minimal experience, troubleshooting, and assisting users with technical issues. Looks like a good opportunity for some!
Looks like a good position that doesn’t require much experience and candidates will be considered even if they don’t meet all the requirements. Seems like it would be a good listing to check out.
Best of Luck!
Today we did an overview of LinkedIn. Then I worked more on my LinkedIn profile as well as made a couple of updates on my resume. Then we did interview practice as a class again. Today was officially my last day of core training. Thank you again to everyone at CTP!! I’ve gotten SO much out of this program. Everyone is very supportive and encouraging, I learned an incredible amount, and I had loads of fun doing so. I look forward to utilizing everything I’ve learned. Now on to SJS…
Thanks to Carrie for helping us all refine our interviewing and Linked-In skills. I made some good progress on each and learned some tips from fellow students.
Today, before class began I bought 2 long-haired tabby, kittens to go along with our ranch. Once in class, we worked on updating ur Linkedin profiles and did questions and answers. I am looking forward to a nice fourth of July. Hope everyone has a safe but exciting weekend.
Today we had a lot of fun going over LinkedIn profiles and interview questions
today we worked on our linkdin page and practiced interview questions
Core Celebration today!! I barely know Jennifer and Jack but I’ve been inspired by both of them and I will miss seeing them in class. Thanks to all the CTP staff for so gently and enthusiastically guiding and celebrating us all.
I think we spent the rest of the class time today on role-playing and typing. Role playing is definitely not my talent so it was really helpful to have partial scripts written out, a forgiving audience, and creative classmates.
Today we did customer service roleplay and scenarios as a class. The feedback was very useful and informative. Then we did the core celebration. Jack and I were this month’s graduates. Thank you once again to everyone at CTP!!! Everyone at CTP has been SO supportive. And as I said during the celebration, I’ve learned SO much and it has definitely helped my confidence. P.S. Congrats to my fellow graduate, Jack! See ya at SJS!
I worked on customer service role plays and attended the end-of-month celebration.