Student will be prepared to pass two exams for A+ 2009 Certification, one exam for the CompTIA Network+ Certification, Six exams for MCTS Windows 7, MCITP Admistration and MCITP Enterprise Adminstration and one exam for CCNA Certification. Once a student has passed and completed all their exams, they will have an impressive portfolio along with six certifications on his/her resume. Adding an IT certification to educational performance is a powerful endorsement of an IT worker’s capabilities.
At the entry level, vendor-neutral certification demonstrates knowledge mastery of standards and practices as defined by IT industry leaders. Increasingly, employers want to be assured that the candidate has trained for and passed their certification exams. This is proof that the technician’s knowledge is current, relevant and with six certifications it provides you with diversity.
In today’s world companies depend heavily upon their Information Technology (IT) organizations to keep their communications constant and employee productivity at record highs. At the center of this communication process are the organization’s Network Engineers – the IT professionals who design, develop, and maintain the complex web of computer-based communications that keep both employees and the outside world talking and conducting business.
Network Technicians and Support Specialists have become integral players in their IT organization’s ability to accomplish corporate goals – and their skills are in great demand. This course will prepare a student to handle all the aspects of networking including, trouble shooting hardware and administering a LAN (Local Area Network) or WAN (Wide Area Network).
Course Number : NWEP-6-0800
Duration : 337 hours
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I am writing this letter today in recommendation of Global Information Technology (GIT). In the spring of 2008 I learned that my employment position was being off-shored. Of course this was devastating news. Even though I possess a bachelor’s degree in Information Systems, I realized I did not specialize in any specific IT area and [...] Read more
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