Full course description
Description - This online course is designed to help participants pass CompTIA’s Network+ N10-006 exam. The Network+ course provides an understanding of network hardware, installation, security and troubleshooting in a corporate environment. Participants will also learn how computers exchange information and how the Internet functions. In addition, this course will help participants gain the skills required for the nationally recognized CompTIA Network+ certification exam. A BPCC OnDemand certificate of competition will be issued at the end of this course. Please note: the certificate is for completion of the Network+ course ONLY; you will have to sit for the exam in order to be certified.
Voucher - A CompTIA voucher is NOT included in this course but participants will receive a coupon for lower academic rates.
Objectives - As a result of this course participants should have an understanding of the meaning, function, and purpose of the following:
- Demonstrate a basic knowledge of networking terms used in the field;
- Configure basic networking on a windows-based platform;
- Recognize and correct common networking problems; and
- Demonstrate an understanding of basic network security.
Instructor - Chris Rondeau the director of the Security Program for Bossier Parish Community College. Mr. Rondeau has a Masters in Educational Technology from Northwestern State University and is certified in CompTIA A+, Network+, Security+, and Project+ also holds all six CNSS certifications. Mr. Rondeau has earned an Adobe Certified Associates. Most recently he has working on forensics training and has received his ACE certification from Access Data.