NETSF-CT Network Services Technician

Overview

  • One-year certificate
  • September entry date
  • Exchange District Campus (formerly Princess Street Campus), Winnipeg
  • Credit transfer opportunities:
    • High school credits
  • International applicants please visit Academic Program, Dates and Fees for a listing of programs for international students, current availability and online application instructions

Description
The Network and Services Technician program is for individuals who wish to enter the Information Technology profession. No Information Technology pre-knowledge is required.

The Network and Services Technician program is an 8-month program that provides the student with a general knowledge base that can be applied in both the SOHO networking environment as well as targeting a junior position in a larger corporate IT department. The focus is to provide the graduate with a broad based basic competency in a number of key areas.

The successful graduate has a basic to intermediate understanding of a number of IT areas.

These include:

  • Client Operating Systems: MS Windows, Linux
  • Server Operating Systems: MS Windows, Linux
  • Network Equipment Infrastructure: Cisco CCNA training
  • Network Cable Plant Infrastructure: BICSI inspired instruction
  • Wireless Communication: Cisco AP's
  • VoIP: Cisco Communication Manager Express
  • PC Hardware Support: A+ Hardware and Software
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