IT Training Courses - Network Engineer (N+)

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Part A
The student will undertake a series of learning modules with tutor support as required. Work study is enhanced by digital video on CD with graphical illustrations and narration to reinforce the key concepts introduced in the course.
  • Basic networking concepts
  • The OSI model
  • Network adapters
  • Introducing protocols
  • Network cabling and devices
  • Internetworking components
  • Remote and WAN connectivity
  • Troubleshooting hardware components
  • TCP/IP fundamentals
  • TCP/IP addressing and subnetting
Part B
  • Name resolution
  • Firewalls and proxies
  • Troubleshooting network connectivity
  • Identifying network operating system features
  • Network clients
  • Directory services
  • Accessing and managing resources in a Windows network
  • Monitoring and troubleshooting a Windows server
  • Managing and troubleshooting NetWare network resources
  • Fault tolerance and disaster recovery
  • Routine maintenance
  • Troubleshooting
  • Installing NetWare 6.5
  • Installing Windows Server 2003

Students may choose to undertake this course with or without practical class training. For those who choose to include practical training within their course, the following details apply.

The student will not require practical training before the successful completion of Parts A-B of the course. The practical training is designed to reinforce the syllabus and answer any questions the student may have regarding specific areas. All arrangements for the use of a computer for practice lessons will be carried out by the college. The college will always strive to arrange suitable times and venues but reserves the right to change venues and times for computer practice as needs dictate.

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