We cater to entry-level positions which are typically younger people. We do have people that decide to change careers and go into the tech field by starting out in IT support. With this being a self-enrolled course, we do not track the age of our students. You should be able to operate a computer at a basic level and be willing and ready to learn about tech. We will teach you the IT skills you will need to know to get an entry-level IT support position. With age comes life experience, so that could be a benefit. If you do have any technical experience, that would also benefit you.
We do not place people or get people jobs. We teach the IT support skills employers want and we teach our students how to market themselves on LinkedIn, how to prepare their resumes, how to interview, and how to get interviews.
Each individual has their own strengths and weaknesses. Age is just another attribute. When you market yourself, you will need to present your age as a strength, not a weakness. With age comes stability, dependability, wisdom, etc. But, we can't really advise you on this as it is up to each individual company whether age is an underlying factor or not.
This is what Josh has to say on age, "In terms of employability, the things that matter to an 18-year-old are the same things that matter to a 60-year-old. This is covered within the course, but one should strive to be the best version of themselves."