Certificate of Network Administrator

For more information

9800 Centre Parkway Suite 625 Houston TX, 77036 –

Houston CALL 832-240-1786 – San Antonio CALL 210-871-0678

4203 Woodcock Drive Suite 209 San Antonio TX, 78228

info@tscer.org

Certificate of Network & System Administrator

Certificate of Network Administrator

Certificate of Network Administrator

Program Description

This training will prepare students to earn the certification of network and system administrator and will enable them to work and assist IT department working for corporates, small businesses and consulting companies handling networking, routing, switches and other technical support assistance.

The student will be qualified for an entry-level career in as Network or System Administrator, Technician or Support Associate.

·       Network Technician

·       Network Administrator

·       Network Engineer

Program Syllabi

Certificate of Network & System Administrator

This training will prepare students to earn the certification of network and system administrator and will enable them to work and assist IT department working for corporates, small businesses and consulting companies handling networking, routing, switches and other technical support assistance.

First week: Introduction to CCTV – Installation hands on and Mocks 

Second week: Introduction to Computers (Desktops & Laptops)

1.      BIOS-UEFI Tools

2.      Motherboard Components

3.      RAM Types

4.      PC Expansion Cards

5.      Storage Devices

6.      CPUs and Cooling

7.      PC Connection Interfaces

8.      Power Supply

9.      Custom PC Configurations

10. Display Types

11. PC Connector Types

12. Common Peripheral Devices

13. SOHO Multifunction Devices

14. Print and Image Technologies

15. Printer Maintenance

Third week: Breakdown & Assemble Computers (Desktops & Laptops)

 1.      Physical breakdown and assembly of desktop PCs.

2.      Physical breakdown and assembly of laptops.

Fourth week: Introduction to Servers

 Physical, Clouds and Router, Switches, Protocols

Fifth week: Ports, Protocols and Internet Connection Types

1.      Comparing TCP and UDP

2.      Well-known Ports

3.      Learning the Major Ports and Protocols

4.      Working with Ports and Protocols

5.      Local Area Network (LAN)

6.      Wide Area Network (WAN)

7.      Metropolitan Area Network (MAN)

8.      Wireless LAN (WLAN)

9.      Personal Area Network (PAN)

10. Analog Modem and ISDN

11. DSL and Broadband Cable

12. Fiber Internet

13. Satellite Internet

14. Cellular Networks

15. Tethering

16. Line-of-Sight Wireless Internet

 Sixth: TCP-IP Basics

1.      Overview

2.      The OSI Reference Model

3.      MAC Addresses

4.      IPv4 Address Basics/Structure

5.      Classful vs. Classless IPv4Addressing

6.      RFC 1918 Private IPv4 Addresses

7.      IPv6 Address Basics

8.      Client IP Configuration

9.      Homework

10. Overview

Seventh: Network Architecture Devices

1.      Overview

2.      Hub

3.      Switch

4.      Router

5.      Wireless AP’s

6.      Firewall

7.      Patch Panel

8.      POE

9.      Homework

10. Summary

Eight: Overview everything and Internal Exam

Certificate Earning:

The approximate time required to complete this program is eight weeks upon successful completion of the program; the student will receive a Certificate of Network & System Administrator

Subject Hours: Weekend Classes – 8 weeks course

 

For more information

9800 Centre Parkway Suite 625 Houston TX, 77036 –

Houston CALL 832-240-1786 – San Antonio CALL 210-871-0678

4203 Woodcock Drive Suite 209 San Antonio TX, 78228

(Conducive hands on class of 6 students)

Email info@tscer.org