Certificate in Hardware Networking

Certificate in Hardware Networking Course Description

The curriculum is intended to provide individuals with an understanding of hardware and networking fundamentals. A basic understanding of TCP/IP networks for workgroup, internet, and intranet networks, as well as knowledge of computer hardware and peripherals, for installation, PC assembly, troubleshooting, and maintenance, including system management and backup, as well as the ability to perform disaster prevention is the goal of the course.

What You Will Learn

  • Basic Local Area Network (LAN) Definition
  • Network Hardware
  • Network Media
  • Computer Hardware Installation
  • PC Assembly
  • System Management and Backup

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Eligibility Requirement

  • JHS/SHS Candidates with  basic knowledge of computer

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  • Service Technician
  • Junior Hardware Engineer
  • Junior Network Engineer
  • IT Administrator

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Course Content

CompTIA A+ 220-1001 (Core 1) and 220-1002 (Core 2) - Introduction to the World of IT, Connectivity, On the Motherboard, Introduction to Configuration, Disassembly and Power, Memory, Storage Devices, Multimedia Devices, Printers, Mobile Devices, Computer Design and Troubleshooting Review, Internet Connectivity, Virtualization, and Cloud Technologies, Networking, Introduction to Operating Systems, Introduction to Scripting, Advanced Windows, macOS and Linux Operating Systems, Computer and Network Security, Operational Procedures. 

CompTIA N+ (N10-007) - Introduction to Networks, The Open Systems Interconnection Specifications, Networking Topologies, Connectors, and Wiring Standards, The Current Ethernet Specifications, Networking Devices, Introduction to the Internet Protocol, IP Addressing, IP Subnetting, Troubleshooting IP, and Introduction to NAT, Introduction to IP Routing,   Routing Protocols, Switching and Virtual LANs, Wireless Networking, Authentication and Access Control, Network Threats and Mitigation, Physical Security and Risk, Wide Area Networks, Troubleshooting Tools, Software and Hardware Tools, Network Troubleshooting, Management, Monitoring, and Optimization.

  • Projects: Project With Presentation
  • Training Materials: Moodle
  • Duration: 120 Hrs.    20 Weeks / 5 Months
  • Assessments: 2 Exams by Moodle MCQ
  • Certifications : CompTIA A+ & N+