CompTIA Network+ (Exam N10-007) (ComptiaNet)
About this course:
The stakes are high. Data networks are more crucial for businesses than ever before. They are the lifeline to the critical financial, healthcare and information services that need to function at the highest, most secure level. With a CompTIA Network+ certification, you will possess the key skills to troubleshoot, configure and manage these systems and keep your company productive.
The CompTIA Network+ proves knowledge of networking features and functions and is the leading vendor-neutral certification for networking professionals. This course provides delegates with the knowledge and skills necessary to manage, maintain, troubleshoot, install, operate, and configure basic network infrastructure, describe networking technologies and basic design principles; adhere to wiring standards and use the testing tools. The CompTIA Network+ is the first step in starting a networking career and is recognized by many vendors such as Microsoft, Cisco, Novell and Red Hat as part of their certification tracks.
If you intend to pass the certification examination, this course can be a significant part of your preparation. But certification is not the only key to professional success in the field of computer security. Today's job market demands individuals with demonstrable skills, and the information and activities in this course can help you build your computer security skill set so that you can confidently perform your duties in any security-related role.
The average salary for a IT Network Specialist (variety of job role inside) is $92,000 per year.
Who should attend?
- This course is intended for entry-level computer support professionals with a basic knowledge of computer hardware, software, and operating systems to prepare for the CompTIA® Network+® (Exam N10-005), or who wish to increase their knowledge and understanding of networking concepts and acquire the required skills to prepare for a career in network support or administration. A typical student taking up the CompTIA® Network+® (Exam N10-005) course should have a minimum of nine months or more of professional computer support experience as a PC or help desk technician. Networking experience is helpful but not mandatory; A+ certification or equivalent skills and knowledge is helpful but not mandatory.
To ensure your success, you will need basic Windows end-user computer skills. To meet this prerequisite, you can take any one or more of the following Element K courses, or have equivalent experience:
- Introduction to Personal Computers: Using Windows XP
- Windows XP Professional: An Introduction
- Introduction to Personal Computers: Using Windows 7
- Microsoft® Windows® 7: Level 1
- Microsoft® Windows® 7: Level 2
- Recommended to pass CompTIA A+ certification A Comprehensive Approach (Exams 220-901 and 220-902), or equivalent knowledge, and six to nine months experience in networking.
After completing this course, students will be able to:
- Identify basic network theory concepts and major network communications methods.
- Describe bounded network media.
- Describe unbounded network media.
- Identify the major types of network implementations.
- Identify TCP/IP addressing and data delivery methods.
- Analyze routing and switching technologies.
- Identify the components of a TCP/IP implementation.
- Analyze network security.
- Implement network security.
- Identify the components of a WAN implementation.
- Identify the components used in cloud computing and virtualization.
- Identify the components of a remote network implementation.
- Manage networks.
- Troubleshoot network issues.
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