DNE and DCS

The FULL NETWORK ENGINEER BASIC TRAINING.

The Full Network Engineer Basic Training Program is designed to jumpstart and accelerate your IT Career with a hands-on approach to technical education with career mentorship. Through this program students will understand what it takes become a network or systems engineer and learn the skills needed to be effective in the workforce across the full networking technologies.

Basic and prerequisite Courses for Networking Engineering

Course Number Course Name Require certification
ITN101 IT Fundamentals ITF +
ITN 102 IT Technician A+
ITN 103 Networking Fundamentals

Microsoft Technology Associate

(MTA) Exam: 98-366

 

Networking Engineering courses

Course Number Course Name Require certification
NET 2010 CompTIA Network+ Certification Network+
NET 2020 Network Configuration and Troubleshooting
NET 2025 Implementing and Administering Cisco Solutions v1.0 CCNA
NET 2030 Networking with Windows Server Microsoft exam 70-741
NET 2040 CompTIA Linux Linux+ exam XK0-004.
NET 2100

Installation, Storage, and Compute with Windows Server

Exam 70-740
NET 2210 Network Configuration and Troubleshooting
NET 2020

Identity with Windows Server

Exam 70-742

CYBER SECURITY SPECIALIST

You will be guided through key foundational concepts, hands-on labs, and technical skills that are necessary to get started in any entry-level cyber security role.

Basic and prerequisite Courses for Cyber security

Course Number Course Name Require certification
ITN101 IT Fundamentals ITF +
ITN 102 IT Technician A+
ITN 104 SECURITY FUNDAMENTALS Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Exam: 98-367

Cyber Security Specialist Courses

Course Number Course Name Require certification
CSS 3010 Introduction to cyber security
CSS 3020 Security fundamental CompTIA Security+ SYO-501
CSS 3030 Cyber security Analyst (CySA+) CySA+ (CS0-002)
CSS 3140 PenTest+ PenTest+
CSS 3250 RISK MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK (RMF) CAP
CSS 3360 Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH v10) CEH

DAVID TECHNICIAN SUPPORT SPECIALIST

COMPTIA A+, Network+, and Security+ (Triple Certification) Program 480 Hours

The COMPTIA A+ certification module introduces candidates to fundamental hardware and software disciplines, PC repair, software and operating systems, desktop support, networking and cyber security. The COMPTIA Network+ certification module builds on the knowledge from the COMPTIA A+ certification with a focus on network installation, administration, troubleshooting and security. The COMPTIA Security+ certification module builds on the knowledge from the COMPTIA A+ and COMPTIA Network+ certifications.

The COMPTIA course prepares students for the COMPTIA A+ 220-1001 and 220-1002 certification exams where students install, configure, optimize, troubleshoot, repair, upgrade, and perform preventive maintenance on PCs, digital devices, and OS’s. The CompTIA Network course prepares students for the COMPTIA Net+ N10-007 certification exam where students design, manage, and troubleshoot wired and wireless networks.

The COMPTIA SECURITY This course prepares students for the COMPTIA SY0-501 certification exam with a focus on network security, threat assessment, cryptography, and cyber incident response.

Tuition: $4000

Admin Fees: $ 150 Text Book: $ 875

Tool/Supplies:$ 1200

Testing: $ 1096 Total Cost: $ 7321

CompTIA IT Fundamentals ( ITF+ )

CompTIA IT Fundamentals training often referred to as ITF+, helps anyone learn about IT. Students learn fundamental skills needed in the IT industry. Areas of IT covered include hardware, software, programming, security, and infrastructure. This is the ideal place to start for anyone new to the world of IT. It will form the foundation of your learning IT principles and skills. What you learn in this course will carry you forward to more certifications you can gain in the future.

Ideal candidates include:

Entry-level and newly hired technical professionals, including PC support, help desk, and networking professionals

Sales and marketing professionals looking to increase their ability to communicate with technical professionals and increase sales

Executives who seek better-informed decision making

Professionals seeking to prepare for the CompTIA IT Fundamentals+ Exam

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

Set up a computer workstation and use basic software applications

Understand the functions and types of devices used within a computer system

Apply basic computer maintenance and support principles

Understand some principles of software and database development

Configure computers and mobile devices to connect to home networks and to the internet

Identify security issues affecting the use of computers and networks

COURSE OUTLINE

Module 1 / Using Computers

Unit 1: Common Computing Devices

Unit 2: Using a Workstation

Unit 3: Using an OS

Unit 4: Managing an OS

Unit 5: Troubleshooting and Support

Module 2 / Using Apps and Databases

Unit 1: Using Data Types and Units

Unit 2: Using Apps

Unit 3: Programming and App Development

Unit 4: Using Databases

Module 3 / Using Computer Hardware

Unit 1: System Components

Unit 2: Using Device Interfaces

Unit 3: Using Peripheral Devices

Unit 4: Using Storage Devices

Unit 5: Using File Systems

Module 4 / Using Networks

Unit 1: Networking Concepts

Unit 2: Connecting to a Network

Unit 3: Secure Web Browsing

Unit 4: Using Shared Storage

Unit 5: Using Mobile Devices

Module 5 / Security Concepts

Unit 1: Security Concerns

Unit 2: Using Best Practices

Unit 3: Using Access Controls

Unit 4: Behavioral Security Concepts

LABS OUTLINE

Setting Up the Computer

Navigating the Windows User Interface

Browsing a Website

Using Management Interfaces

Managing User Accounts

Using a Search Engine

Managing Software Applications

Using Scripting Tools

Using Programming Tools

Creating and Using a Database

Specifying PC Systems

Configuring Input Devices

Playing Audio

Using a Printer

Adding a Removable Drive

Using File Explorer

Network Settings

Web Security

File Sharing

Using Windows Defender and Windows Update

Setting Up the Computer

Navigating the Windows User Interface

Browsing a Website

Using Management Interfaces

Managing User Accounts

Using a Search Engine

Managing Software Applications

Using Scripting Tools

Using Programming Tools

Creating and Using a Database

Specifying PC Systems

Configuring Input Devices

Playing Audio

Using a Printer

Adding a Removable Drive

Using File Explorer

Network Settings

Web Security

File Sharing

Using Windows Defender and Windows Update

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