The Network+ course will give you all the knowledge and skills you need to get a job as a Network or System Administrator. You will also gain necessary skills needed to gain a Network + certification.
If you’re looking to become a Network or System Administrator then this is a great course to start you on your chosen career path.
Awarded 50 CPD points upon successful completion
The Pitman Training Network+ course is designed to give you all the knowledge and skills you need to get a job as a Network or System Administrator. But more importantly, it will give you the necessary skills and knowledge you need to gain a Network+ certification which is ranked as one of the most in-demand networking skills.
You’ll learn how to install, operate and configure basic network infrastructures, together with all the essential skills you’ll need to manage and maintain systems and troubleshoot any problems on a day to day basis. What’s more, as speaking the right IT language is essential in this industry; you’ll learn how to describe networking technologies, together with gaining a basic understanding of design principles.
Within the framework of the Network+ Certification course, you’ll learn so much more than just the theory. This course is designed to get you ready for the real-world and help you launch or enhance a career as a network or system administrator.
Session 1: Introduction, Networking Models, Applications and Devices, IPv4 Overview and Addressing, IPv6 Overview and Addressing, Switching Protocols, Routing Protocols.
Session 2: Networking Protocols, Name Resolution, Virtual Desktops, Media and Connectors, WAN Solutions, 802 Standards, Planning a Small Network.
Session 3: Installing Routers, Installing Switches, Installing a Wireless Network, Understanding Network Appliances, Configuration Documentation, Network Performance, Network Monitoring.
Session 4: Troubleshooting Methodology, Troubleshooting Switches, Troubleshooting Routers, Troubleshooting Media, Troubleshooting Wireless, Troubleshooting Software, Using Protocol Analysers.
Session 5: Security Concepts, Security Threats, Security Authentication, Installing Firewalls, Network Level Security, Wireless Security, Security Appliances, Game Over.
Prepare to become Network+ certified. Gain the knowledge and skills necessary to manage, maintain, troubleshoot, install, operate and configure basic network infrastructure, describe networking technologies and basic design principles.
Prior to starting this course it would be advantageous to have either 9 months+ working in an IT role andor already obtained the the A+ certification.
This training can lead to a career as an IT Network Technician. Other IT careers you could work towards include IT Support Technician, Network Engineer, IT Security Analyst and IT Project Technician.