There are many reasons why all professionals, regardless of the area, should know and understand the world of computer networks.
This is because everything or almost everything we use in our daily lives, is connected to some type of computer network, for example: smart phones, security cameras, smart TVs, computers, among many other devices.
If you are interested in changing your professional area, or maybe you’re already an IT manager and you want to understand the network administrator when he talks about his daily work, or maybe you are in the area of technology, but not on the network side; or if you are only interested in learning something new, possibly get your CCNA and then CCNP or any other networking certification, then this is your best chance.
Champlain College has created this course with you in mind. Here you can learn networking starting from scratch and reaching a level that leads you to take more advanced courses in information technology.
You can learn about: basic networking fundamentals, security, wired and wireless networks, routing protocols, network troubleshooting, network packet analyzers, and more.
Champlain College will offer an informative session about this course and about Cisco CCNA, which will take place this coming Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. The course begins next Saturday, October 21 at 9:00 a.m. For more information, please see our Networking Fundamentals course page.
It is an opportunity that you can not miss.