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Diploma in Network Administration


Course Description

The Diploma in Network Administration program is focused on Server Administration and Network Engineering. Learners will be able to understand the core concepts of Hardware, networking, server maintenance.

This practical program prepares Learners  for a rewarding and in-demand career. Learners will be trained in a groups to take care of a  simulated company's server, add and remove users, develop new technologies, improve network security, and troubleshoot software or hardware problems.

The classes are designed to prepare Network Admins to install, administer, and maintain server, workstation, and component hardware, as well as competently support all relevant software.

Course Learning Outcomes

  • Setup, configure, troubleshoot, secure, and maintain a microcomputer, including hardware and operating system software.
  • Create and manage a computer network, including the installation, configuration, security, and troubleshooting of network devices, protocols, and services.
  • Use networking skills such as server operating systems, network security, directory services, and the creation of administrative network security policies.

 

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Eligibility Requirement

  • This program is designed for students above the age of 18.
  • Learners who have just completed school or training and have one of the following entry profiles:
  • WASSCE: Passes in any three Core subjects

Job Opportunities

  • System Engineer
  • Network Administrator
  • Network Engineer
  • System Administrator
  • Hardware Maintenance Supervisor
  • System Architect
  • Hardware Specialist
  • Windows Server Administration

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Course Content

Semester 1

  • Microsoft Office
  • Analytics with Excel
  • Comptia A+
  • Comptia N+

Semester 2

  • Surveillance Systems
  • Windows Server - Installing and Configuring - administrations
  • Os Deployment
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