Antelope Valley School District

Network Technician

Students will be introduced to networking fundamentals, such as WAN technologies, basic wireless concepts, and network hardware. Learn to design and build small office networks, using an understanding of network hardware, IP addressing, and software. Introduction to Cisco switch and router configuration, network address translation, IPv6, and network security. Prepare for the Cisco Certified Entry-Level Networking Certification (CCENT), the first step towards the Cisco Certified Networking Associate Certification. This program prepares you for the Network+ certification.

ACQUIRED SKILLS INCLUDE:

  • Troubleshoot computer software and hardware issues
  • Make repairs and perform scheduled updates
  • Inspect cable lines to ensure optimal performance
  • Field questions from employees about software installation and hardware updates.
  • Career Readiness

THIS COURSE PREPARES YOU FOR:

  • CompTIA Network+

What is it?

Computer Networking is the connecting of computer devices that communicate with one another and share data. Devices include desktops, laptops, servers, and smartphones, as well as an expanding variety of "internet-of-things" devices such as watches, cameras, doorbells, kitchen appliances, thermostats, etc. In particular, companies and organizations need computer networking set-up to share data with employees and customers to run their organization and remain productive.

What will it do?

Computer networking specialists install software and hardware on computers, design and connect e-mail programs, set-up a wi-fi network, recommend how to set-up a computer network, and make sure the computer network is running properly. They might also help trouble-shoot computer hardware and software issues on laptops, desktops, and other connected devices.

LEads to These Jobs:

  • Computer User Support Specialist
  • Computer Network Support Specialist
  • Network and Computer Systems Administrator
  • Database Administrator
  • Computer Systems Analyst
  • Information Security Analyst
  • Computer Network Architect

Is this for me?

  • Customer service
  • Problem solving
  • Computer skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Patience
  • Tech-savvy

Acquire the skills to:

  • Troubleshoot computer software and hardware issues
  • Make repairs and perform scheduled updates
  • Inspect cable lines to ensure optimal performance
  • Field questions from employees about software installation and hardware updates

 

Network Technician $300

Only CompTIA Network+ verifies IT professionals have the range and depth of foundational networking skills to develop a career regardless of technology or platform. Proves your knowledge about managing enterprise networks, solving networking issues, troubleshooting network devices and keeping tabs on network security.

For more information about Network+ certification, Click on the link:

https://sites.google.com/avhsd.org/virtualtech/courses/certifications/network

According to the buerau of labor and statistics:

s companies modernize and use advanced technology in their day-to-day operations, Networking Technicians will continue to see employment opportunities.

Location:

1220 West Ave J
Lancaster, CA 93534
 

Phone: 661-483-2302
Fax: 661-483-2311