Programme Brief

This is the premier certification from CompTIA for network technicians beginning their IT careers. Students will learn to describe the features and functions of networking components and acquire the knowledge and skills needed to install, configure and troubleshoot basic networking hardware, protocols and services. This course meets the most recent Network+ certification objectives.

 

Upon completion of this program students can move on to the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification.  Also, if the program is completed along with A+ , students can move on to the Security+, Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA): Windows Server 2016 or Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert: MCSE Cloud Platform and Infrastructure programs.

 

CONTACT HOURS

This course is covered in 36 contact hours

 

INDICATIVE CONTENT

The following is a list of the main topics that will be covered during this course:

  • Identifying the basic components of network theory
  • Identifying the major network communications methods
  • Identifying network data delivery methods
  • Listing and describing network media and hardware components
  • Identifying the major types of network implementations
  • Identifying the components of a TCP/IP network implementation
  • Identifying the major services deployed on TCP/IP networks
  • Identifying characteristics of a variety of network protocols
  • Identifying the components of a LAN implementation
  • Identifying the components of a WAN implementation
  • Identifying major issues and technologies in network security
  • Identifying the components of a remote network implementation
  • Identifying major issues and technologies in disaster recovery
  • Identifying major data storage technologies and implementations
  • Identifying the primary network operating systems
  • Identifying major issues, models, tools, and techniques in network troubleshooting

 

SCHEDULE

 

Champs Fleurs

Start DateEnd DateDaysTimeCost
7-Aug-1713-Sep-17M/W5:30pm-8:30pm$4,100
18-Sep-1726-Sep-17M-F9:00am-4:00pm$4,100
23-Oct-1729-Nov-17M/W5:30pm-8:30pm$4,100
28-Oct-172-Dec-17Sat9:00am-4:00pm$4,100

 

San Fernando

Start DateEnd DateDaysTimeCost
28-Oct-172-Dec-17Sat9:00am-4:00pm$4,100

 

Please note that all information given above is subject to change without prior notice.

 

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

There is an administration fee of $150 to be paid when registering. The deadline to register is one week before the start date of class after which a late administration fee of $175 will be charged. The credit price will apply if you wish to pay a down payment and installments. The down payment is 60% of the credit price plus the administration fee. The remainder is paid in installments before the end of the course.


  • 6 weeks
  • Champs Fleurs, San Fernando

There is an administration fee of $150 to be paid when registering. The deadline to register is one week before the start date of the class after which a late administration fee of $175 will be charged. The credit price will apply if you wish to pay a down payment and installments. The down payment is 60% of the credit price plus the administration fee. The remainder is paid in installments before the end of the course.

For further details please email cite-it@sbcs.edu.tt or call the numbers below:

  • Champs Fleurs – (868) 663-7227 extensions 1091-1099
  • Port of Spain – (868) 662-1993 / (868) 622-9008
  • San Fernando – (868) 652-2388 / (868) 653-6331 / (868) 657-2681
  • Trincity – (868) 640-7090 / (868) 640-7490

The following is a list of the main topics that will be covered during this course:

  • Identifying the basic components of network theory
  • Identifying the major network communications methods
  • Identifying network data delivery methods
  • Listing and describing network media and hardware components
  • Identifying the major types of network implementations
  • Identifying the components of a TCP/IP network implementation
  • Identifying the major services deployed on TCP/IP networks
  • Identifying characteristics of a variety of network protocols
  • Identifying the components of a LAN implementation
  • Identifying the components of a WAN implementation
  • Identifying major issues and technologies in network security
  • Identifying the components of a remote network implementation
  • Identifying major issues and technologies in disaster recovery
  • Identifying major data storage technologies and implementations
  • Identifying the primary network operating systems
  • Identifying major issues, models, tools, and techniques in network troubleshooting

 

Other Notes

Please see for CompTIA Network+.