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Network and Hardware Engineering

  • Course level: Intermediate
  • Categories Professional
  • Total Enrolled 0
  • Last Update September 15, 2020

Description

Hardware and networking courses include the study of external devices, which make up a network that helps in data processing and transfer. These courses impart knowledge about how data can be linked, supplied, and transferred with the help of hardware such as network interface cards, cables, switches, hubs, etc. Those who study hardware, learn about the maintenance of devices such as computers, modems, and CPUs. On the other hand, networking students study the process required to connect more than two computers.

Course at a Glance

Duration – 8 Weeks

Course Fee – NGN27,300

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Requirements
  • You will need a Laptop
  • No previous web design experience is needed.
  • No previous WordPress skills are needed.
  • Graduation Benefits
  • Industry recognition anywhere in the world.
  • Access to a hiring partner network of over 100 companies
  • Earn by working with the knowledge acquired from this course
  • Incentives and discounts for any other Course You intend to take in our Academy
  • What Will I Learn?

    • How different parts of the computer are interconnected
    • Install, configure, troubleshoot, monitor, maintain, upgrade, and optimize networks.
    • Use a variety of scripting tools and languages to automate routine tasks.
    • Participate in the deployment and administration of databases within a networked environment.
    • Plan, develop, and be responsible for data storage to ensure the integrity of information.
    • To understand how computer works; input and output system, power cabling system, storage systems.
    • To be able to identify and assemble different parts of hardware like CPU, RAM, motherboard, processor, data and power cables, etc.
    • To be able to install, uninstall software and troubleshoot software related issues.
    • To be able to identify, connect and configure different types and parts of the network.

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