N+ (Network Architecture)
A company’s information system requires vast amounts of technical equipment and hardware to support and maintain the steady flow of information however this requires a technically savvy IT technician that not only understands the components of a computer and how they function but also how computers communicate with each other and other digital devices by the means of a network. The purpose of this programme is to provide students with a sound foundational knowledge and skills necessary to set up, administer, manage and troubleshoot a network with the appropriate operating system for any particular business environment. After completion of this programme you will be able to confidently maintain and support an organisation’s network and provide insight into disaster recovery and network security which plays a key part in business stability and continuity.
Course Duration: 18 weeks on Saturday mornings.
Cash Fee: R7990 (Fees on terms are also available)
Face to face
FOLLOW UP PROGRAMS
- MCTS – Active Directory Domain Services
- MCTS – Windows 2008 Network Infrastructure
- MCTS – Installing and Managing Microsoft Exchange Server
EXCLUSIVE VALUE ADD
As a College Campus N+ student, get an exclusive offer where College Campus will subsidise part of your CompTIA exams fee. While the amount will be confirmed, as a student, you can expect to pay R1667, and College Campus as a partner will pay R1334, a subsidised fee valued at R333! Total amounts are subject to change.
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- Individuals who wish to expand on their computer architecture knowledge and branch out into networking;
- Those who want to start embark on studies towards a network-specific qualification;
- Individuals who want to formalise their current knowledge and skills with a CompTIA N+ exam.
College Campus is an educational brand of the Independent Institute of Education (The IIE). The Network Architecture (N+) short learning programme (SLP) certificate is certified by The IIE. College Campus is a Prometric testing centre which means students can write the international CompTIA exam at the same centre as where they attended class. Employers in both the private and public sectors value the skills obtained from students who have studied Network Architecture (N+) at College Campus.
This programme is presented at NQF level 5.
Learning Unit 1: Building networks – The OSI model
Learning Unit 2: Cabling and topology
Learning Unit 3: Ethernet basics
Learning Unit 4: Modern Ethernet
Learning Unit 5: Installing a physical network
Learning Unit 6: TCP/IP basics
Learning Unit 7: The wonderful world of routing
Learning Unit 8: TCP/IP applications
Learning Unit 9: Network naming
Learning Unit 10: Securing TCP/IP
Learning Unit 11: Advanced networking devices
Learning Unit 12: IPv6
Learning Unit 13: Remote connectivity
Learning Unit 14: Network troubleshooting
Learning Unit 15: Wireless networking
Learning Unit 16: Protecting your network
Learning Unit 17: Network management