Network Intermediate (Network+)
This course is an introduction to networking technology and terminology. Students will learn how to do the planning, implementation, and optimization of Local Area Networks (LAN). Wide Area Networks (WAN) are discussed and the differences between LANs and WANs are reviewed. In addition, course participants will practice connecting network components, discuss LAN/Internet administration, and perform user support and network troubleshooting tasks.
Microsoft Server Fundamentals
If you’ve ever been curious about the tech giant Microsoft then this is a great course to get you started. Firstly, students in this course will get an understanding of the basics of Microsoft Server 2016 administration functions and learn the concepts of the server installation. Secondly, the course will provide instruction on the various server roles and how the active directory is used to create those roles.
In addition, this class will also teach students how storage is allocated in the Microsoft server environment. Finally, students will learn server performance management tactics and strategies and how to maintain the Microsoft server.
Networking with Microsoft Server
Students enrolled in this course will get an introduction of networking in Microsoft Server 2016 environments. Participants will learn how to install and configure DNS Servers and how to create and configure DNS Zones and Records.
Additionally, this course will teach students about the concepts of DNS policies and how to configure DNS Policies and DNSSEC. Finally, the students will learn how to install and configure the Microsoft Servers 2016 DHCP Server.
This is a great course for those who want to get their hands on equipment and learn well through practical training.
Track II is about getting the fundamentals right because those will serve as the building blocks to a successful IT career. Once those are practiced and mastered, students can start shifting their focus to career planning.
The career development course is offered in all tracks and is charged with helping students become career ready once they have completed their respective CCI Training Center program. Learning skills such as interviewing, and resume writing are crucial when searching for a new career in any field including Information Technology.
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IT Jobs Available to Program Graduates
The current growth in the Computer and Network Administration field promises not only employment potential but also opportunity to advance in the industry. Furthermore, hands-on training and industry certifications make you more attractive to prospective employers.
Some jobs that CCI graduate students can compete for are:
- Windows System Administrator
- Operating System Administrator
- Network Technician
- Desktop Support Tech
- Windows Server Specialist
- Helpdesk Support Tech
- System Administrator
- Domain Controller Administrator
Why Choose CCI?
CCI Training Center has been providing exceptional hands-on training in a professional learning environment for 35 years in the Dallas-Fort Worth region. Students are guided every step of the way to complete their program and are prepared to pass industry certifications. This premier IT school provides quality IT training for those looking to start a new career in this fast-growing industry or for those looking to add new skills for possible promotions.
Currently, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students at CCI Training Center are completing their IT certification classes online. They attend online lectures and complete any labs, assignments, and simulations virtually under the supervision of their instructors unless otherwise instructed. Instructors are available to assist remotely as needed.
CCI Training Center doesn’t just get certifications in the hands of students, they do more. Upon graduation their Career Services department assists graduates in seeking and securing a place of employment.
In addition, students may retake classes at no extra tuition fee. Similarly, all alumni benefit from life-long career assistance at no additional cost. That’s what makes CCI Training Center the best choice for you! Click here to get started or call us: Dallas (972) 846-8796 or Arlington (817) 668-3556.
Get Trained…Get Certified…Get the Job!
In conclusion, investing in yourself and your career is one of the smartest investments you will ever make. And, no one will work harder for you than you.
To get you started here are the kinds of financial available at CCI Training Center:
- Federal Financial Student Aid (FASFA),
- Grants, TWC / Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA), Scholarships, or Private Loans