Computer Networks and Information Technology Systems course is designed to provide students with the skills necessary to gain confidence with modern computerised architecture, software, and networking technologies that are used in desktops, servers and mobile computing systems.
This is achieved by covering a broad range of IT areas that provide grounding in computing technologies, eg. operating systems, hardware, security, networking, mobile devices and Troubleshooting.
It enables participants to obtain employment in the Information and Communications Technology sector, e.g. IT Support Administrator, PC Repair Technician, Networking Technician, IT Technical Support and or to progress onto a number of PLC and Third Level courses.
This course will help you to pass the CompTIA FC0-U51 exam with flying colours.
This course can lead to a City and Guilds Major Award Level 2 or 3 in ICT Systems and Principles or a Major Award in CompTIA IT Fundamentals or Comptia Cloud Essentials.
Please contact Hollyhill to find out which course best suits your needs.