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The A+ course prepares an individual for both of the A+ certification
exams. The exams are designed to certify the competency of entry-level
service technicians, and the A+ certification signifies that the
certified individual possesses the knowledge, skills and customer
relations attributes necessary to be a successful computer technician.
The A+ course covers a broad range of hardware and software technologies
(not related to any vendor-specific products).
This class is taught from the official CompTIA A+ Training study
material and is taught by certified instructors. If the student decides
to take the certified A+ exams at the conclusion of the class, two exams
are required: (1) Essentials 220-801 and (2) Practical Application
220-802. Cost for these certified exams are separate.
The N+ course prepares an individual for the N+ certification exam. The intermediate level certification is designed to certify the knowledge of networking technicians with at least nine months of experience in the IT industry. The course covers a wide range of vendor and product-neutral networking technologies, including network cables and devices; networking operations systems; and network design, implementation, and maintenance.
This class is taught from official CompTIA material by certified instructors. Required book is available at the SCC Campus Store. (3.5 CEUs) Cost for the certification exam (N10-006) is separate and exam can be scheduled through the testing center.
This course builds on the routing and switching knowledge gained in the CCNA 1-2 course. Students examine advanced concepts utilized in larger and more robust networks and expand on the operation of routing and switching protocols used to scale networks and make them more fault tolerant. Various WAN technologies are discussed, including WAN connection types and VPNs. Students gain the knowledge needed to operate and maintain a complex network design.
This course, paired with the CCNA 1-2 course, will prepare students to sit for the CCNA Routing and Switching exam (200-120).
We are all “virtual neighbors” in cyberspace, and what we do, or don’t do, can affect many others. The Nebraska Cyber Security Conference will assist in raising our awareness of cyber security and help in protecting all of us in cyberspace. If we each do our part, we can collectively have a positive impact on Nebraska’s secure resources.
ways to register:
Send mail to:
Jack J. Huck Continuing Education Center
301 S. 68th Street Place
Lincoln, NE 68510-2449
Print a Non-credit Courses Registration Form
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