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Certified Networking (CCNA)

Netcom Training Certfied Networking CCNA

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Certified Networking
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Overview

Computer networks have revolutionized our lives, from the Internet and the Web to mobile computing and cloud applications. Nowadays, computer networks play a vital role in all aspects of businesses, governments, and public services. Not surprisingly, computer networks specialists are highly sought by the industry. In addition to attractive salaries, computer networks graduates enjoy interesting and exciting professional careers working with a wide range of projects and clients.

Modules and Vendor Exams

BTEC Level 3 in IT

  • Communication and Employability Skill for IT
  • Computer Systems
  • Managing Networks
  • Organisational Systems Security
  • Computer Networks
  • IT Technical Support
  • Maintaining Computer Systems
  • Installing and Upgrading Software
  • Networking Systems Security

CompTIA Network+

CompTIA Network+ covers the configuration, management, and troubleshooting of common wired and wireless network devices. Also included are emerging technologies such as unified communications, mobile, cloud, and virtualization technologies.

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Job Progression

Opportunities exist across a range of sectors, including IT, education, local government, finance and commerce. Promotion normally leads to supervisory roles and then to management of an IT support department.