This short IT evening/Saturday course is suitable for working professionals. The Computer Networking Technician Training course is an introduction to the structure, components, functions and services of computer networks. It discusses current protocols, technologies, and performance issues.
The main goal of this course is to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of network technologies, concepts and terminology.
You will learn about the equipment and technologies used in LANs, network topologies and network designing within these topologies. Network equipment you will examine and discuss includes hubs, routers, switches and more. All major LAN protocols will be covered (including TCP/IP). You will also learn about the OSI layered communications model and will understand the daily tasks involved in managing and troubleshooting a network.
On this course, you will learn how to:
- Define the purpose of network analysis
- Define various protocol settings
- Installation of different OS
- Configure different OS
- Conducting basic diagnostic routines using various tools and application software
- Perform routine and preventive maintenance
- Perform repairs to personal computers
This is not a full-time program of study, and there are no permits associated with the course. Internationals may only apply if they are already in Canada, or attending a program of study.