The course is fairly intense and intended for students from years 12, 11 and 13 who are reasonably motivated and interested in a unique opportunity gain some real experience and up to date training in Networking and Computer Science.
See Mr Thompson (email@example.com) for details. Printable version.
In the course:
Instructor: Mr Thompson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Each student will assist a technician for one school
week during which time they will be exposed to a range of experiences and will
receive a certificate. Following the training week, students will be issued
with a badge and will enter service requests and carry out minor repairs on
Students can pick up 22 credits by way of Techtorium units: US 18755/18753 (Hardware) 6745/6852/26226 (Network) with possibly an additional 6 credits for Health and safety. It is good for students to experience the pace of this sort of training. The cost of these credits is covered under the Star programme.
Student receive two Certificates for passing the Semester 1 and Semester 2 courses. These are excellent certificates with a listing of learning achievements and capabilities.
The CCNA can now be done in two parts. The CCENT certificate is the first part and aligns with the first two semesters of the program. The exam would be conducted at an external testing centre. The remainder of the CCNA qualification would require second year
The CCNA is the world recognized industrial communications and networking qualification. The Cisco IT Networking Academy provides comprehensive training to prepare students for the exam at the end of a second year. Other Institutions offering the CCNA are Auckland University, AUT, MIT. The course is also available at training institutions such as Ames