This course will lead you to the highly regarded N+ qualification – increasingly the industry’s examination of choice for computer network engineers. For many it is more than sufficient to secure a job as a network or support technician, and for others, it provides the catalyst for further study and to pursue professional status following either CCNA/CCNP (Cisco) or MCSA/MCSE (Microsoft) career paths.

Networking N+ course serves as a general introduction to computer networking including local and wide area network technology.

Networking N+ covers the areas of network architecture, topologies, protocols especially TCP/IP, network operating systems, network installation, upgrading, troubleshooting, managing user accounts and passwords, network securities, remote access and administration, and fault tolerance and disaster recovery..

The Networking N+ qualification is specifically designed to prepare students to teach you all you need to know about installing, configuring and troubleshooting networking hardware, peripherals and protocols.

This fully tutor-supported, our home study course, enables you to achieve an internationally recognized qualification, in your own time, at your own pace, while fitting your studies around existing home and work commitments.

The successful completion of this course will see you gain an internationally recognized qualification which together with the A+ exam, can count toward the highly acclaimed MCSA (Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator) / MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer).

Why choose the N+  course?

  1. Achieve an internationally recognized qualification to enable you to work as a Network Engineer
    2.      Use it as a stepping stone towards the valuable MCSA / MCSE / MCITP exams
    3.      Build the skills required to advance your career in IT.
    4.      Open up exciting new career opportunities
    5.      Validate your Internet skills to future employers
    6.      Boost your salary expectations

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 Network+ certification Course Summary

  •   Introduction to Networking Introduction
  •   Cabling Standards, Media, and Connectors
  •   Networking Components and Devices
  •   The OSI Model
  •   Overview of Network Protocols
  •   Working with TCP/IP
  •   WAN and Internet Access Technologies
  •   Remote Access and Security Protocols
  •   Network Operating Systems and Clients
  •   Configuring Network Connectivity
  •   Securing the Network
  •   VLANs, Antivirus, Fault Tolerance, and Disaster Recovery
  •   Troubleshooting Tools and Utilities
  •   Troubleshooting Network Connectivity
  •   Troubleshooting Procedures and Best Practices

Part A

  • Basic networking concepts
  • The OSI model
  • Network adapters
  • Introducing protocols
  • Network cabling and devices
  • Internetworking components
  • Remote and WAN connectivity
  • Troubleshooting hardware components
  • TCP/IP fundamentals
  • TCP/IP addressing and subnetting

Part B

  • Name resolution
  • Firewalls and proxies
  • Troubleshooting network connectivity
  • Identifying network operating system features
  • Network clients
  • Directory services
  • Accessing and managing resources in a Windows network
  • Monitoring and troubleshooting a Windows server
  • Managing and troubleshooting  network resources
  • Fault tolerance and disaster recovery
  • Routine maintenance
  • Troubleshooting
  • Installing Windows Server 2003
  • Installing Windows Server 2008