Networking is designed to provide new IT support engineer with the concepts data communication between node in a network environment. It begins by explaining the purpose of the networks and components required to design and deploy network in rooms/building, across building, in a geographical location and around the world using the Internet. This includes a review of network topologies, physical networks, and network protocols. The course ends with an introduction to solving network problems, including troubleshooting common network problems.
In this training, you will be exposed to various network topologies, communication media, their termination types, and endpoint connection. You will also learn troubleshooting, configuration, and how to manage network devices. By the completion of this training your knowledge of network implementation, connectivity, documentation, security, standards, and protocols will equip you with the knowledge to gain an entry position as a Network Support engineer. Our curriculum is tailored towards the most recognized vendor-neutral Information Technology entry-level certification, the CompTIA Network+ Certification Exam Objective.
Basic networking concepts, network services, physical connections, topologies and architecture, and cloud connectivity.
Explains Security concepts and network attacks in order to harden networks against threats.
Explains routing technologies & networking devices; deploment of ethernet solutions and configure wireless technologies.
Troubleshoot common cable, connectivity, and software issues related to networking.