Training & Certifications

This program provides the knowledge and skills that will enable students to further appreciate networking technology developments; use Advanced networking technology and network operating systems; understand Wide Area Network implementation and wireless technology.

At the end of the program the students will be able to use the computer for development of networking technology. Specifically, they will be able to:

  1. Understand the fundamental concepts, operations, design, and implementation and troubleshoot of networking and network operating systems also Wide Area Network.
  2. Appreciate the importance of network components, network OS and administration and troubleshooting for designing effective and efficient computer networking.
  3. Produce better understanding and implementation regarding LAN design and WAN.
  4. Understand networking and wireless technology and its significance in information systems and development.
  5. Apply their knowledge and skills for their personal development, professional and healthy work, founded on sound values and ethics.

This program is designed for students.

This program is 84 hours equivalent to 2 semesters of intensive training class.


Students’ competency in various aspects such as computer operation, use of software features, production of quality output, and presentation of individual or group work will be assessed using appropriate tools such as class discussion, report, observation of work, and project presentation. A well-documented project and a written or online exam will be required for completion of the program and issuance of the Certificate.

ACCNT certificate of achievement will be awarded upon completion of all requirements and have a minimum passing exam grade of 70%.

  1. Wireless Basics
  2. Securing Wireless
  3. Implementing a Wireless Network
  4. Infrared and Bluetooth
  1. Remote Connectivity Concepts
  2. Remote Access Service (RAS)
  3. Dial-Up Networking
  4. Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)
  5. Terminal Services
  1. Packet Switched and Circuit Switched Networks
  2. Asynchronous Transfer Mode
  3. Synchronous Optical Network/Synchronous Digital Hierarchy
  4. Optical Carrier Level-X
  5. X.25 and Frame Relay
  6. Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI)
  7. Tx/Ex-Carriers
  8. Internet Access Technologies
  1. Installing a Network
  2. Creating User Accounts
  3. Securing Files and Folders
  4. Installing Printers
  5. Working with Network Hardware
  1. Network Upgrades
  2. Installing Patches and Updates
  3. Antivirus and Antispyware Software
  4. Backing Up Network data
  5. Providing Fault Tolerance
  6. Network Documentation and Maintaining Logs
  1. Understanding Attack Types
  2. Understanding System Security
  3. Firewalls and Proxy Servers
  4. Securing Communication
  5. Disaster Recovery and Fault Tolerance
  6. Guidelines to Protect the Network
  1. Managing Network Problems
  2. Troubleshooting Network Problems
  3. System or Operator Problems
  4. Checking Physical and Logical Indicators
  5. Network Troubleshooting Resources
  6. Other Symptoms and Causes of Network Problems
  7. Network Tools

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