Network+ Certification - Workforce Credential | Thomas Nelson Community College

Network+ Certification - Workforce Credential

Thomas Nelson campus offices in Hampton and Williamsburg remain closed to the public through at least May 1. Classes have resumed through virtual, or alternative delivery, and the College has moved to a telework environment. Student services are available online. Current students may now register online for summer and fall classes. Open registration begins March 30. Visit for more information.


03/25/2020 - 4:53pm
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Program Details
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.


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.

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