NETWORKING

CCNA

The Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA) certification is the perfect starting point for emerging network engineers looking to enhance their foundational networking knowledge. Our CCNA training teaches students to install, configure, troubleshoot and operate LAN, WAN and dial access services for medium-sized networks.

You’ll learn how to describe the operation of data networks, how to implement an IP addressing scheme, how to solve networking challenges with switched LAN technology and you will go in depth on the 7 network layers. Those who work as system engineers, field technicians, network administrators and help desk support specialists will benefit greatly from our free CCNA certification training.  

MODULE 1 – Introduction

MODULE 2 – Layer 1 Physical

MODULE 3 – Layer 2 Data Link

MODULE 4 – Layer 3 Network

MODULE 5 – Layer 4 Transport

CCNP

Cisco Systems has become an unrivaled worldwide leader in networking for the Internet. Its networking solutions can easily connect users who work from diverse devices on disparate networks. Cisco products make it simple for people to access and transfer information without regard to differences in time, place, or platform. Cisco Systems’ big picture is that it provides end-to-end networking solutions that customers can use to build an efficient, unified information infrastructure of their own or to connect to someone else’s. This is an important piece in the Internet/networking-industry puzzle because a common architecture that delivers consistent network services to all users is now a functional imperative. Because Cisco Systems offers such a broad range of networking and Internet services and capabilities, users needing regular access to their local network or the Internet can do so unhindered, making Cisco’s wares indispensable. Cisco answers this need with a wide range of hardware products that form information networks using the Cisco Internetwork Operating System (IOS) software. This software provides network services, paving the way for networked technical support and professional services to maintain and optimize all network operations.

  1. Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks (BSCI) 357
  2. Building Cisco Multilayer Switched Networks (BCMSN
  3. Building Cisco Remote Access Networks (BCRAN)
  4. Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN
  5. Cisco Internetwork Troubleshooting (CIT)
  6. Troubleshooting Serial Line and Frame Relay Connectivity
  7. Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks (BSCI) 1
  8. IP Addressing
  9. Configuring Dynamic NAT
  10. Scalability Features of Routing Protocols

And more…..

COMPTIA A+

CompTIA A+ is the best class to start with if you are looking to begin a career in IT. A+ provides a fundamental knowledge that is necessary to move up or advance in the field. This is the perfect opportunity to figure out whether or not you’re interested in getting further trained in the industry.

The fundamentals taught in this class will prepare you with what you need to know to make an informed decision on which direction you would like to go, in IT, next. In other words, you’ll know enough after this class to know what a career in Systems Administration is and how it is different from Network Administration, and how and why those are different from a career in Cyber Security.

MODULE 1.1 – Configure and Apply BIOS Settings
MODULE 1.2 – Differentiate between Motherboards
MODULE 1.3 – Compare and Contrast RAM
MODULE 1.4 – Install and Configure Expansion Cards
MODULE 1.5 – Install and Configure Storage Devices
MODULE 1.6 – Differentiate CPU Types
MODULE 1.7 – Compare Connection Interfaces
MODULE 1.8 – Install Appropriate Power Supply
MODULE 1.9 – Custom Configuration
MODULE 1.10 – Evaluate Display Devices
MODULE 1.11 – Identify Connectors and Cable
MODULE 1.12 – Install Peripheral Devices
MODULE 2.1 – Network Cables and Connectors
MODULE 2.2 – Characteristics of Connectors/Cables
MODULE 2.3 – TCP/IP
MODULE 2.4 – Common TCP and UDP
MODULE 2.5 – Wireless Standards/ Encryptions
MODULE 2.6 – Install and Configure SOHO Router
MODULE 2.7 – Internet Connection Types/ Features
MODULE 2.8 – Identify Network Types
MODULE 2.9 – Compare Network Devices
MODULE 3.0 – Use Appropriate Networking Tools
MODULE 3.1 – Laptop Hardware and Components
MODULE 3.2 – Compare Laptop Display Types
MODULE 3.3 – Securing A Wireless Network
MODULE 3.4 – Mobile Operating Systems
MODULE 3.5 – Configuring Network Connectivity and Email on Mobile
MODULE 3.6 – Securing Mobile Devices
MODULE 3.7 – Tablets vs Laptops
MODULE 3.8 – Mobile Device Synchronization
MODULE 4.1 – Troubleshooting Theory
MODULE 4.2 – Motherboard, RAM, CPU and Power Issues
MODULE 4.3 – Troubleshooting Hard Drives and RAID Arrays
MODULE 4.4 – Troubleshooting Display Issues
MODULE 4.5 – Troubleshooting Wireless and Wired Connections
MODULE 4.6 – Troubleshooting Operating System Problems

COMPTIA SECURITY+ CERTIFICATION

CompTIA’s Security+ certification has long been a top choice for those looking for their introduction into the cyber security industry—it provides the fundamental knowledge for securing a network and managing risk. The certification will help people enter into the cyber security field, and will validate a fundamental cyber security skill set.

The Security+ curriculum covers many areas of network security, including cloud security, encryption, security protocols, system security and network infrastructure. CompTIA Security+ training is ideal for network administrators, security consultants, security engineers, security analysts and people looking to enter into cyber security.

Learn about general security concepts, basics of cryptography, communications security and operational and organizational security. With the increase of major security breaches that are occurring, security experts are needed now more than ever.

MODULE 1

  • Firewalls
  • Proxies
  • Reverse Proxies
  • Network Address Translation
  • VPN Concentrators
  • TCP .IP Internet Protocol
  • TCP/IP Certification

MODULE 2

  • Subnetting Skill Certification
  • Risk Related Concepts (part 1)
  • Importance of Security
  • Goals of Security

MODULE 3

  • Types of Malware (part 1)
  • Types of Malware (part 2)

And many more

COMPTIA N+

Network+ training provides entry-level skills that provide the foundation to a career in network administration. The Network+ is recognized by employers globally as a statement that an individual has a core set of skills, which are required for most entry-level IT jobs everywhere.

 Everyone deserves a chance to begin or advance in their IT career, and our self-paced CompTIA Network+ training is 100 percent peculiar for that reason.

The CompTIA Network+ curriculum covers network technologies, installation and configuration, media and topologies, management and security. After taking our course, you’ll be able to distinguish between different types of networks, identify features of VPN and VLAN, differentiate and implement appropriate wiring standards, categorize WAN and LAN technology types and properties, implement a basic wireless network and recognize basic network attack types. It’s a wide variety of knowledge that can be used for job roles such as a network administrator, network technician, network installer, help desk technician and IT cable installer.

  1. Basic Network Knowledge
  2. Servers and Clients
  3. Introduction to the OSI Model
  4. The Physical Media
  5. The Data Link Layer
  6. Data Transmission
  7. The Network Layer
  8. The Transport Layer
  9. The Session Layer
  10. TCP/IP Fundamentals
  11. IP Addressing, Subnetting and Supernetting
  12. Accessing and Using a TCP/IP Network
  13. Remote Access Protocols
  14. Network Security and Fault Tolerance
  15. Preparing for Network Installation
  16. Maintaining the Network
  17. Troubleshooting the Network