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NETWORK+ CERTIFICATION TRAINING

Advance your IT career with CompTIA Training and Network+ Certification!

CompTIA Network+ IT Training

Our CompTIA Network+ course is designed to provide network technicians and support staff with the foundation-level skills they need to install, operate, manage, maintain, and troubleshoot a corporate network.

This course prepares students for CompTIA’s Network+ certification, an ISO-17024 compliant, vendor-neutral technology certification that verifies the certified individual has the skills and knowledge needed to take on a pivotal role in building, managing, and protecting the critical asset that is the data network.

To request more information or a complete syllabus for any of our IT career training programs, contact us today!

Is This CompTIA Training for Me?

Prerequisites for CompTIA Network+ Training

While there are no prerequisites for this course, CompTIA A+ is helpful.

Are you looking to begin a career in Information Technology?

Start by learning networking, basic network security, and network support in our CompTIA Network+ training course. Networking certifications add value during your job hunt by validating your skills. No prerequisites are required for this class.

Contact us anytime to request more information or a complete syllabus.

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Be “job-ready” with CompTIA training in A+, Network+, and Security+ in our Computer User Support Specialist program. Get three industry-recognized CompTIA certifications plus ITIL in one 23-day high velocity IT training program!

Course at a Glance

BASE TRAINING PERIOD

5 Days

IT CERTIFICATION

CompTIA Network+

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SKILL LEVEL

Entry level with no prerequisites

LIVE INSTRUCTOR

This course is available at any LQ campus

VA APPROVED

This course is eligible for VA tuition benefits

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See What You'll Learn

CompTIA Network+ Course Objectives
  • Identify the basic components of network theory
  • Identify the major network communications methods and network data delivery methods
  • List and describe network media and hardware components
  • Identify the major types of network implementations and the components of a TCP/IP network implementation
  • List the major services deployed on TCP/IP networks
  • Identify characteristics of a variety of network protocols
  • Identify the components of a LAN, WAN, and remote network implementation
  • Identify major issues and technologies in network security and in disaster recovery
  • Identify major data storage technologies and implementations
  • Identify the primary network operating systems
  • Identify major issues, models, tools, and techniques in network troubleshooting
Unit 1-3: Networking Basics, Networking Ports and Protocols, & Routing and Switching
  • Unit 1: Networking Basics
    • Topic A: The OSI and TCP/IP models
    • Topic B: The OSI model and network components
  • Unit 2: Networking Ports and Protocols
    • Topic A: Common networking protocols
    • Topic B: The domain name system
    • Topic C: Dynamic host configuration protocol
    • Topic D: Common TCP and UDP ports
    • Topic E: IP addressing
  • Unit 3: Routing and Switching
    • Topic A: Routing
    • Topic B: Installing routers and switches
Unit 4-6: Networking Technologies, Media and Connectors, & SOHO Networking
  • Unit 4: Networking Technologies
    • Topic A: Network topologies
    • Topic B: LAN technologies
    • Topic C: WAN technologies
    • Topic D: Virtual networks
  • Unit 5: Media and Connectors
    • Topic A: Standard media types
    • Topic B: Standard connector types
    • Topic C: Wiring distribution components
  • Unit 6: SOHO Networking
    • Topic A: Implementing a SOHO network
Unit 7-9: Wireless Networking, Monitoring and Optimization, & Network Access
  • Unit 7: Wireless Networking
    • Topic A: Wireless standards
    • Topic B: Installing and configuring wireless networks
    • Topic C: Implementing wireless security
  • Unit 8: Monitoring and Optimization
    • Topic A: Network hardware tools
    • Topic B: Network software tools
    • Topic C: Monitoring and analyzing network traffic
    • Topic D: Optimizing network performance
    • Topic E: Network appliances
  • Unit 9: Network Access
    • Topic A: Network access security methods
    • Topic B: User authentication
Unit 10 & 11: Network Security & Troubleshooting
  • Unit 10: Network Security
    • Topic A: Network security threats
    • Topic B: Threat mitigation
    • Topic C: Network security appliances and methods
    • Topic D: Installing and configuring a firewall
  • Unit 11: Troubleshooting
    • Topic A: Troubleshooting methodology
    • Topic B: Management documentation
    • Topic C: Troubleshooting physical connectivity problems
    • Topic D: Troubleshooting routers and switches
    • Topic E: Troubleshooting wireless network problems

Since I've been certified, I've gotten a job offer for every IT position I've applied for.

- Marcus Mingo

LeaderQuest Graduate, CompTIA Security+, EC-Council CEH, and CND-Certified

Job Outlook

Individuals who complete the CompTIA Network+ training and certification qualify for the following job roles:

Network Technician, Network Engineer Programmer, Systems Administrator, Network Administrator, Network Architect, and similar roles.

 

  • Median national Network Administrator salary range: $73,250 – $123,250*
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*Robert Half 2018 Technology & IT Salary Guide

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Financing Options

FEDERAL FINANCIAL AID PROGRAMS FOR IT AND CYBER SECURITY TRAINING

Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Adult and Dislocated Worker Program:
This program provides government funding for employment and training services. WIOA aids eligible adults and dislocated workers in both finding and qualifying for meaningful employment.

Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA):
TAA is a federally funded employment program. It provides benefits to workers who lose their jobs or had their hours reduced as a result of foreign trade. Benefits may include training, job search allowances, relocation allowances, and other reemployment services.

MILITARY EDUCATION BENEFITS

Post 9/11 G.I. Bill Education Program:
The Post 9/11 G.I. Bill is an education benefit program for Active Duty, Selected Reserve, and National Guard service members who served on active duty after September 10, 2001.

Veterans Workforce Investment Program (VWIP):
VWIP provides resources for the training necessary to prepare eligible veterans for meaningful employment within the labor force.

The Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) VetSuccess Program:
The VR&E VetSuccess program, also known as Voc-Rehab or Chapter 31, offers disabled vets counseling, training, education and other services needed to prepare for, find, and keep suitable jobs.

Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts (MyCAA):
MyCAA provides up to $4,000 (over 2 years) of Financial Assistance for military spouses who are pursuing degree programs, licenses or credentials leading to employment in portable career fields.

PRIVATE TRAINING LOAN OPTIONS

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