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CIW Network Technology Associate Training (1D0-61C)

With no previous knowledge of configuring networks or writing code for web pages, learners on this course will master the basics of networking, Internet protocols and network security that are crucial to every modern business.

Introduction to the CIW Network Technology Associate Training (1D0-61C)

Those who choose to reap the benefits of studying this course will already be familiar with an operating system such as Microsoft Windows 7, and will also have a passion for the power of network technology. Therefore, study is aimed at high school or college students looking to distinguish themselves from their peers. It is also ideal for professionals with ambitions to further their career or increase their capabilities in their current positions within sectors including:

  • Information technology
  • Healthcare
  • Law
  • Marketing
  • Graphic Design
  • A wide range of other business which use the internet

The course enables learners to enter for the CIW Network Technology Associate Exam, which leads to certification – providing clear evidence of achievement in this specialist area. This opens doors for those looking for their first career position, while enabling professionals to widen their skills base and make advancements within their business sector.

What you will learn in the CIW Network Technology Associate Training (1D0-61C)

The modules on the course delve deep into network technology, from networking components and standards to connecting to the Internet and taking advantage of its multitude of services, through to hardware and devices and how to deal with network and cloud security risks. Content includes:

  • Essential networking technologies and skills, including TCP/IP, stable network creation, wireless networking and network troubleshooting
  • Various network components and protocols that enable users to share data quickly and easily
  • Various types of transmission media, and the ways that network architecture and topologies provide for efficient and secure communication
  • OSI reference model and its relationship to packet creation, plus the OSI model vs. the Internet architecture model
  • Functions and features of internetworking server types, and the benefits of implementing a Content Management System (CMS)
  • Basic hardware and operating system maintenance procedures
  • Mobile computing devices and the importance of RFC documents
  • Routing, IP addressing, IP address classes and subnet masks
  • Essential network security concepts, Internet-based challenges facing today’s users, and methods you can use to secure networks and network transmissions, including authentication, encryption and firewalls.

Benefits of the CIW Network Technology Associate Training (1D0-61C))

  • The CIW Network Technology Associate takes learners a major step towards achieving certification in this discipline – enabling them to enter for the Network Technology Associate exam.
  • Completion of the course provides clear evidence of having mastered the basics of networking, preparing you for higher study if you wish.
  • For students at high school or college, this will boost their application for higher study and give them an extra employable skill when entering the job market.
  • For professionals, this course will increase their skills base and their worth to their company, in a wealth of business and technology-related careers.
  • No prior experience of using the Internet or network technologies is needed to undertake this course; all that is required to access the skills and knowledge is a familiarity with an operating system such as Microsoft Windows 7.
  • As more and more computing is done using a hand-held device, this course includes the study of mobile computing devices and mobile operating systems.
  • Internet security continues to grow in importance and this course gives learners a thorough grounding in the challenges facing today’s users and the methods taken to secure networks and network transmissions.

Course Modules/Units

Introduction to Networking
Networking Components and Standards
Connecting to the Internet
Internet Services
Hardware and Device Connectivity
Network and Cloud Security Risks


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