Computer Networking

Course Summary

This program prepares individuals to enter the Computer Network field and become Certified Network Professionals.

The graduates will be equipped with the skills required to excel in the role of a Network Engineer or Network Administrator.

Network Engineers/Administrators are responsible for implementing, maintaining, supporting, developing, and designing communication networks within an organization or between organizations.

Their Goal is to ensure the integrity of high availability network infrastructure in order to provide maximum performance for their users.

Course Structure:
Module 1
  • English for Business Communication
    • For students to develop confidence and fluency in five key communication contexts: socializing, telephoning, presenting information, participating in meetings and handling negotiations.
Module 2
  • Computer Network Fundamentals
    • Students will learn how to install, operate, configure, and verify a basic IPv4 and IPv6 network.
Module 3
  • Designing Computer Networks
    • Students will learn the principles of network design and the guidelines for building a network design solution.
Module 4
  • Advance Routing and Switching
    • Students will gain the knowledge and skills needed to create an efficient and expandable enterprise network using Layer 2 and multilayer switches. Students will also learn the skills needed to plan, implement, and monitor a scalable routed network.
Module 5
  • Network Security
    • Students will learn of the common security threats and how to research and verify threats affecting the network.
Module 6
  • Network Maintenance & Documentation
    • Students will gain the skillsets required to perform Network Preventive Maintenance, manage Backup and Restore procedures. And also producing and updating Network and Maintenance documentations.
Module 7
  • Network Troubleshooting
    • Students will learn and practice techniques to monitor and troubleshoot routed and switched networks.
Module 8
  • On The Job Training
    • While classroom education is a fundamental requirement in the advanced technological landscape today. We believe having real-world experience to go hand-in-hand with theoretical learning will provide students a competitive edge.