Computer Network Technology Courses in Winnipeg
- Application Software and User Support
- This course provides content on troubleshooting and repairing end user problems with applications running on Microsoft Windows by reacting to incident requests from users. It describes how to assist customers in customizing and configuring Microsoft Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office, and Microsoft Outlook, and how to respond to issues that may occur with these applications. This course also provides content on troubleshooting and escalating or repairing problems with Microsoft Windows desktop operating systems by reacting to incident requests from users. It provides basic knowledge of systems architecture and security as needed to provide students with the skills to support users.
- Computer Networks
- This course provides instruction in network design and technologies using the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model. Topics include network fundamentals, the OSI model, network operating systems, TCP/IP fundamentals and utilities, network installation and upgrades, network remote access configuration and protocols, network administration and security, fault tolerance and disaster recovery considerations and procedures, and network troubleshooting procedures.
- A+ Certification Preparation and Troubleshooting
- This course provides instruction in microcomputer software and hardware concepts using the latest technology and troubleshooting techniques. Topics include the function and purpose of hardware and software; system board components and memory management; working with floppy and hard drives; supporting input and output devices; multimedia technology; supporting Server 2008 R2, printers, and notebook computers; troubleshooting fundamentals, applying disaster recover techniques, and developing maintenance plans; and working with networks and the Internet. CompTIA’s A+ certification examination preparation is a component of this course.
- The focus of this course is to provide comprehensive working knowledge of the concepts essential to the practice of TCP/IP networking and TCP/IP administration. It also introduces the concepts and procedures required to configure Cisco switches and routers in multi-protocol internetworks. Topics include network addresses, names, and implementation issues; internetwork architectures, models, and conceptual tools; TCP/IP Internet and routing protocols.Topics also include using the Cisco Internetwork Operating System (IOS); the Opens Systems Interconnection (OSI) reference model and layered communication; LAN design, technologies, and virtual LANs; bridging, switching, and Spanning Tree Protocol (STP); the TCP/IP protocol suite and IP and IPX addressing, subnetting, and configuration; routing basics, protocols, and configuration; access list security and configuration; and Wide Area Network (WAN) design, protocols, and technologies.
- Network/Server Operating Systems
- This is a course in the installation and operation of Server 2008 R2. Topics include the installation of Windows, installing, configuring and troubleshooting access to resources; configuring and troubleshooting hardware devices and drivers; managing, monitoring and optimizing system performance, reliability and availability; managing, configuring and troubleshooting storage use; configuring and troubleshooting Windows network connections; and implementing, monitoring and troubleshooting security.
- Network Infrastructure Administration
- This course is designed to provide instruction in implementing and administering a Windows network infrastructure. Topics include installing, configuring, managing, monitoring, and troubleshooting DNS; installing, configuring, managing, monitoring, and troubleshooting network protocols; installing, configuring, managing, monitoring, and troubleshooting WINS; installing, configuring, managing, monitoring, and troubleshooting IP routing; installing, configuring, and troubleshooting Network Address Translation; and installing, configuring, managing, monitoring, and troubleshooting Certificate Services.
- Directory Services Administration
- This course is designed to provide instruction in implementing and administering a Windows Directory Services infrastructure. Topics include installing, configuring, and troubleshooting Active Directory; installing, configuring, managing, monitoring, and troubleshooting DNS for Active Directory; installing, configuring, managing, monitoring, optimizing, and troubleshooting change and configuration management; managing, monitoring, and optimizing the components of Active Directory; and configuring, managing, monitoring, and troubleshooting Active Directory security solutions.
- Network Security
- This course introduces basic security principles, such as establishing an effective security policy, and about different types of hacker activities that you are most likely to encounter. It also will instruct the students in the latest security industry recommendations and how to properly protect Windows and Linux servers in a variety of settings and how to conduct security audits.
- Linux Administration
- This course is intended for students who want to learn about the Linux operating system It does not assume any prior knowledge of Linux. The course provides comprehensive coverage of topics related to Linux certification, including Linux distributions, Linux Installation, Linux Filesystem Management and Administration, Managing Linux Process, Linux Administration Tasks, X-Windows, Network configuration and services in Linux and Troubleshooting the Linux system. This course help students to prepare for any beginner’s certification for Linux such as CompTIA Linux +
- Career Development
- This seminar provides an opportunity for the student to apply the techniques and processes for developing a career path and to learn lifetime career management tools and skills. Topics include career planning, job searching, developing career search documents, refining interview skills, and preparing for a new position.
- The internship component of the program is the practical application of a student’s knowledge and skills in an industry environment. The industry shall be directly related to the student’s program of study. The internship requires full-time day attendance working in the industry setting. The duration of the internship is two months, during which the student must satisfactorily complete a minimum of 8 weeks of work experience.
• Minimum of a Canadian high school grade 12 or equivalent, or a mature student
• Pass an entrance test administrated by Herzing College
• Be interviewed in detail regarding interest in the field
• A valid Manitoba driver’s license and access to a vehicle
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