Diploma in Network Systems Administrator

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  • Course description
    Diploma in Network Systems Administrator.

    Program ID: 38398

    If you’re looking to enter the IT field, the Network Systems Administrator program at CDI College can help you get there. In this program, you’ll develop technical skills in network installation, maintenance and management as well as implementation, and operating computer services, preparing you to take on your new career as a network systems administrator. In addition to developing a solid foundation in general IT skills, you’ll participate in a work placement program, giving you the hands-on experience you need to get out into the workforce and impress employers. The program also prepares you to write several separate certification exams including Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA), Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS), and Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP).

    Campus: Edmonton City Centre / Edmonton North / Edmonton South / Edmonton West

    CDI College.

    Centrally-located in the heart of Edmonton's downtown core, the Edmonton City Centre campus of CDI College is close to several other community colleges and the University of Alberta campus, making the area a great place to meet fellow students.

    Nearby, students of the Edmonton City Centre campus will find the famous Whyte Avenue. The scene of many city celebrations including the Silly Summer Parade on Canada Day and the annual Whyte Avenue Street Sale on July 9th, Whyte Ave always has something going on. Dotted with coffee shops and restaurants, Whyte Avenue is a great place to hang out with your classmates after class.

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