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Network+ Certification

Program Details
Credential: 
Industry Certification
Academic Division: 
Workforce Development

Network+ Certified Professional – 42 hours/ 4.2 CEUs 

 The Network+ certification is targeted for individuals with at least 9 months of experience in network administration, support, implementation and troubleshooting.

Earning the Network+ certification shows that you possess the knowledge needed to configure and operate a variety of networking products.  Job responsibilities include basic network administration, support, implementation and troubleshooting. This course prepares you for the CompTIA Network+ Exam.  Notice: All CompTIA certifications acquired spring 2011 or later are no longer good for life and will require recertification on annual basis.

This 42-hour course uses the official CompTIA curriculum and is taught by experienced & certified professionals.  Successful completion of A+ Certified Technician or equivalent is required before enrolling in Network+ Certified Professional course.  Participant must submit a waiver request letter with transcript copy, resume, and or credential copy to the Office of Workforce Credentials & Continuing Education, 525 Butler Farm Rd, Suite 725, Hampton, VA 23666 or fax 757-825-2960 or call 757-825-2937 for email scan address.  Required textbook and one exam voucher are included.

 

WCG & FANTIC Grant approved

Possibilities 

Here are some of the key skills certified CompTIA Network+ professionals can exhibit:

  • Manage and troubleshoot a basic network infrastructure.
  • Install, operate and configure wired and wireless networks.
  • Identify and explain common networking protocols and ports.
  • Identify and troubleshoot performance and connectivity issues.
  • Install, configure and differentiate between common network devices.
  • Describe networking technologies and basic network design principles.
  • Adhere to wiring standards and use the latest network testing tools.

Register Online

Register for classes using the Thomas Nelson Workforce Development Online Registration System.