Computer Networks are the backbone of today’s internet and just about any organization that is keeping current with technology. Wouldn’t it be great if your academic qualifications came with built-in professional recognition? Now they do!
This course is great for anyone who wants to know more about networking, and managing connectivity using RouterOS. Before beginning the course, you should have a basic understanding of TCP/IP and subnetting. This will be covered in the lecture portions of A207CEC. The course covers the basics: NAT, firewalls, DHCP, queues and wireless. If we have time, we’ll even throw in a few more topics.
This course is run during the tutorial segment of A207CEC.
Well, first of all, it’s free as part of selected Full-Time programmes* and for a limited time only.
Secondly, it’s a professional qualification embedded in your academic qualification so that you can get two qualifications at once.
Thirdly, it’s a great opportunity to make money as a consultant or network engineer.
*Selected courses are any Auston course with A207CEC commencing AFTER 29 May 2017. Students first attempts are free of charge, but subsequent examination attempts shall be chargeable.
To participate in the MTCNA training programme, students must be current and valid students of Auston Institute of Management and must be participating in a selected course with A207CEC, commencing AFTER 29 May 2017.
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Intakes Feb / May / Sept
Students of the Higher Diploma in Mechatronics may opt into A207CEC. Please contact us for details.