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  • Objectives
    This Certificate Program provides individuals with the knowledge and techniques needed to provide a variety of skill sets in the areas of networking and computer support. The material that is taught in this program can be applied within any technological area of an organization and the focus is on the ability to provide swift and courteous support to management and users alike. This program will provide the knowledge necessary to write the CompTIA A Plus Certification, the CompTIA Network Plus Certification, and maps to many certifications in the Microsoft family. This program will be non-industry specific. Although the program includes skills and training that recognizes the needs of the traditional IT operations, it also provides the proficiencies in demand by many of the newer technology focused industries. On completion of the program, the graduate will be able to apply the proper techniques and procedures to solve problems related to PC repair and networking.
  • Entry requirements
    This program would be of interest to anyone interested in the technological field, IT professionals/ and foreign educated IT professionals who wish to broaden or upgrade their skill sets. Individuals who are looking to develop their IT skills further and transfer from an entry level position would benefit from this program.
  • Academic Title
    Network Administration - Engineering & Design Certificate
  • Course description
    Level One
    BUS1180     Customer Service

    Description: This course will introduce the participant to customer service strategies such as customer awareness, conversation techniques, identifying the customer, responding to situations, listening skills, outbound and inbound techniques and meeting customer expectations. The importance of customer satisfaction and fostering customer relationships will be explored. In many business scenarios the IT support person will provide "Help Desk" services. This course will place particular emphasis on this support role as it relates to achieving high customer satisfaction.
    Hours: 25
    Credits: 2

    CDEV1130     Job Search
    Description: This course is designed to prepare participants for the work required to find a job. It presents inside information on finding a job and teaches skills that produce results. Objectives will be selected for participants according to personal background and goals.
    Hours: 25
    Credits: 2

    CDEV1210     Work Placement (IT)
    Description: There will be a ten week work placement on completion of the in-class component for each participant that successfully completes the program.
    Hours: 250
    Credits: 9

    COMM1820     Communications
    Description: This course will introduce students to business communications. Students will learn to identify their audience and write effective documents for a technical environment. The proper procedure for writing reports will be practiced in this class.
    Hours: 25
    Credits: 2

    COMP1505     A+ Hardware and Software

    Description: This course provides participants with the practical hands-on approach needed to provide sound judgment and a high standard of professionalism when working with business technology. Participants will be fully capable of changing/upgrading the internal components of the System Unit, choosing and pricing out new systems based on user requirements, and selecting/suggesting the appropriate user software.
    Hours: 100
    Credits: 7

    COMP1515     Network +
    Description: This course focuses on the skills necessary for installing and configuring a TCP/IP network. Areas of training include: networking models and architectures, media types, connectivity equipment and protocols. These components will be applied to local and wide area networking using a variety of network operating systems.
    Hours: 75
    Credits: 5

    COMP1525     Windows Vista
    Description: This course introduces students to the capabilities of Vista. Topics covered include: creating documents, working with files, using Explorer, managing files and folders, and creating an efficient work environment. Accessories such as Notepad, Calculator, Wordpad and Paint will also be covered. An introduction to the Internet will also be included.
    Hours: 100
    Credits: 7

    COMP1535     Blackberry Support
    Description: The student will learn the basic operations of the Blackberry and how to deal with problems and solutions that a Blackberry user would encounter.
    Hours: 25
    Credits: 2

    COMP1545     Windows Server 2003

    Description: Using the Windows Server operating system, this course explains the important features that allow the user to configure and maintain a network server. Students will learn how to: install and configure, manage groups, folders, files and object security, and administer the network.
    Hours: 75
    Credits: 5

    COMP1555     Active Directory Design and Implementation
    Description: The The student is introduced to the concepts of creating a properly designed and configured Active Directory that is one of the most critical components of a successful, stable and manageable Windows 2000/2003 server operating environment. The hands-on component will show the student how to setup and implement an active directory.
    Hours: 100
    Credits: 7

    COMP1565     Network Implementation and Administration
    Description: This course will provide the student with an overview of the implementation process, detailed with specifics and recommendations to ensure a successful implementation. Also discussed will be the day-to-day running of an operation of computer networks and support other users of computer applications and technology. This may involve responding to individual problems and finding quick, workable solutions, or may involve working on projects that solve or avoid longer term or larger problems.
    Hours: 50
    Credits: 3

    COMP1575     Exchange 2003/2007
    Description: This course explores many everyday and important features of creating and maintaining a well run Microsoft Exchange Server. Students will install, manage recipients and addresses, use public folders, set up security, discuss backup and recovery features, and deal with issues such as routing and internet connectivity.
    Hours: 100
    Credits: 7

    COMP1585     Blackberry Enterprise Server Administration
    Description: This course provides a way to improve familiarity with the management interface, troubleshooting techniques, problem solving skills and the tasks associated with day-to-day operation of the BlackBerry Enterprise Solution. The student will learn how to trace message data flow and BlackBerry Mobile Data Service data flow dynamically through the solution.
    Hours: 25
    Credits: 2

    COMP1595     Network Design
    Description: The student will be introduced to the concepts of designing a network for an organization's specific need. The difference between wants and needs will be discussed, as well as designing for security, authentication, firewalls, etc.
    Hours: 100
    Credits: 7

    COMP1605     Security Design and Implementation
    Description: The student will learn to assess the need for and overall level of network security required for business in today’s market. The students will discuss usage, policy statements, conduct risk analysis, and establish a security team structure.
    Hours: 100
    Credits: 7

    COMP1615     Visio
    Description: This course will introduce students to the basic features of Visio. Participants will learn how to create flowcharts, organizational charts, room and building layouts, as well as directional maps. Students will work with many advanced features including: using the drawing tools, creating and working with custom stencils and templates, and sharing Visio drawings with other applications.
    Hours: 25
    Credits: 2

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