Network Management and Computer Systems
This course prepares students with the needed knowledge of basic computer hardware and operating systems. Emphasis is placed on the essential principles of installing , building, upgrading, repairing, configuring, troubleshooting, optimizing, diagnosing, and preventive maintenance, and you will learn elements of customer service and communication skills necessary to work with clients is covered. Instructor-led practice projects help reinforce then concepts.
COS - Client Operating Systems
This course prepares students with the skills needed to administer, maintain, and troubleshoot Windows 7 Professional as a desktop operating system in any network environment. Students pursuing this course must demonstrate competency in installing Windows 7 Professional, implementing, and conducting resource administration, managing hardware devices, and configuring the desktop environment.
INT - Internetworking W/TCP-IP
This course prepares the students with the needed knowledge necessary to manage, maintain, troubleshoot, install, operate, and configure network infrastructure. Students learn about LANs, WLANs, TCP/IP, switches, routers, and security of the network are concerned.
SOS - Server Operating Systems
Server Operating Systems introduces students to the latest skills and knowledge needed to implement, administer, and troubleshoot Windows 2008 Server as a member of a domain in an Active Directory environment. Building on these skills, this course will cover installing Windows 2008 server: installing, configuring, and troubleshooting access to resources, managing, monitoring, and optimizing system performance, reliability and availability, managing, configuring, and troubleshooting Windows 2008 network connections, and implementing, monitoring, and troubleshooting security.
FO - Fiber Optics
This course is designed to introduce the student to cable types, working with LANs and WANs, how to install connectors and how to use a variety of the equipment to certify cable installations. Emphasis in this course is placed on Fiber Optic Installation and the basic concepts of installation and service which apply to all of the functions required to safety and competently install Fiber Optics Communications Cabling. This course will concentrate on hand-on activities which establish Fiber Optics as a Communications Medium, use Fiber Optic Components and apply Fiber Optics systems.
EMS - Email and Messaging Services
This course prepares students with the skills to plan, deploy, configure, and maintain Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. Students will deploy Exchange Server 2010 in various roles, including Mailbox role and Client Access role. Students will also learn to manage message transport.
SQL - SQL Server
This course prepares students with the knowledge and skills to implement and maintain a Microsoft SQL Server 2008 database. Students will learn to use MS SQL Server 2008 product features and tools to install and configure a database, manage database files, and create data types and tables.
MOSX - MAC OS X
This course prepares students with the skills needed to implement and maintain Apple's Mac OS X client and server operating systems in any network environment. Students pursuing this course must demonstrate competency in supporting users of Mac OS X systems, providing network based services, and managing and deploying Mac OS X and software updates.
BEC - Enterprise Collaboration
This course prepares students with the skills to plan, deploy, configure, and maintain server farm solutions with Microsoft SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2010.
AEC - Advanced Enterprise Collaboration
Advanced Enterprise Collaboration prepares students with the skills to perform Disaster Recovery and monitor Microsoft SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2010. Students will be introduced to the Power Shell and will set up Microsoft Office, and Business Data Services.
MOBA - Mobile Wi/Fi Devices
This course prepares students with the skills needed to provide network services such as web, mail, and calendar to mobile devices. Students will also learn the basics of deploying both web and native applications on mobile devices such as the iPhone using X code, Dash code, and the iPhone Configuration Utility.
ICRI - Introduction to Routers, Interconnecting Network Devices
Introduction to Routers focuses on the basic skills necessary to configure Cisco switches and routers in multi-protocol internetworks. Emphasis is placed on the operation of TCP/IP networks built with Cisco hardware. Concentration is placed on commands and techniques used to troubleshoot host connections; interact with Cisco switches and routers; backup and restore configuration files; and manage network equipment.
UCM1 - Unified Communications Manager 1
This course prepares the student with the skills needed to become proficient in Unified Communications Management. The student will build, manage, and troubleshoot campus and multisite WAN IP telephony solutions.
UCM2 - Unified Communications Manager 2
This course prepares the student with the skills needed to become proficient in Cisco Unity Connection. The student will examine the architecture, components, functionality, and features of Cisco Unity Connection to create a unified workspace encompassing applications, devices, networks, and Operating systems.
TE - Technical Employment
This course provides the student with skills necessary to chart a career path in the Service Technology environment. Emphasis is not only placed on researching and finding jobs, writing industry appropriate resumes, interview skills and networking. A frequent request by industry is that Service Technology personnel are CPT Certified. All students int this course will have the opportunity to become CPR Certified. Guest speakers, field trips, videotaping interviews, communication and job search skills are included in this course.