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IT skills - State University of New York (USA)
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  • Duration 6 Months
  • Skill level Beginner
  • Language English
Learning Outcomes
    Understand the fundamentals of networking standards and the organizations that create and maintain them.
    Explore the OSI and TCP/IP models and their significance in computer networking.
    Learn about various networking media types, cables, standards, and categories.
    Gain hands-on experience in designing, installing, examining, and testing structured cabling systems.
    Delve into fiber optic cabling and wireless network connections.
Course Description

Course Description:

Networking standards define how communication occurs during transmission and between devices. When you want devices to communicate with each other, you need to be able to connect them, and there's a variety of ways to do that. In this course, you’ll explore the fundamentals of networking standards, beginning with the organizations that create and maintain them and the process surrounding networking standards creation. Then you'll explore the OSI model and its various layers and discover the backbone of computer networking, the TCP/IP model. You'll discover the various networking media types, cables, standards, and categories. Then you'll explore half and full duplex communication and structured cabling systems and how to design and install them. You'll also learn how to properly examine and test cabling. Finally, you'll delve into fiber optic cabling and wireless network connections. This course was originally created by Global Knowledge (GK).

Level: Certificate Course

Duration: 6 Months
Includes tutorials, assignments, exercises, pre- and post-course tests.


For Whom:

This course is ideal for:

  • IT professionals looking to specialize in networking standards.

  • Network administrators seeking to enhance their technical expertise.

  • Individuals aiming to improve their understanding of networking fundamentals.


Course Content:

The comprehensive curriculum includes:

  • Fundamentals of Networking Standards

  • The OSI Model and Its Layers

  • The TCP/IP Model: The Backbone of Networking

  • Networking Media Types and Cabling Standards

  • Half and Full Duplex Communication

  • Structured Cabling Systems

  • Fiber Optic Cabling and Wireless Network Connections


Special Opportunities:

Collaborate with Get Set Go World for global networking and additional resources. Eligible students can benefit from a special scholarship provided by the National Education Foundation (NEF), making this opportunity accessible.

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