Network Manager

Program Description

Our Network Manager course (ACS Network Manager) teaches and trains students the basics of maintaining computer networks with software updates, identifying the need for hardware upgrades, and providing technical support among colleagues, among others.

Program Objectives

  • Allow the student to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for the technical installation, both hardware and software, of a local network.
  • Implement, administer and support network information systems.
  • Install and configure the computers used as a station or server.
  • Install and configure the main devices used in a network.
  • Master the operating systems of the Microsoft Windows range
  • Install, configure, and update major server applications.
  • Install, configure, and update major server applications.
  • Install, configure, and update major server applications.

Key Courses

First Session:

Students will learn professional skills and the IT industry. Also, all of the inner working of a computer, how to build, dismantle, modify and maintain.

students will learn the importance and working of Windows (10 and 11), the management tools, security, backup, installation and virtualization with Hyper-V

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Second Session:

An initial look into the logic and structure behind programming. Simple algorithms and an introduction to Visual Studio and the C# language

Understanding of several mathematic logics and structures that apply in the IT field. Base numbers, binary language, statistics, set theory, vectors and matrices.

Third Session:

An initial understanding of how network traffic is controlled and managed using the TCP/IP model. Protocols and ports, network security, cables and equipment, subnetting and IP addresses. Introduction to Cisco.

introduction to servers and the roles and functions they offer. Windows server 2016 and 2019. Active Directory, File servers, GPOs, nano server, Hyper-V and PowerShell.

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Fourth Session:

Understanding and configuring internal and external network communication. Routing and static routes. Name resolution and its importance – the DNS and other name resolution services. The DHCP and VPNs. Windows Server 2016 and 2019.

Installation and configuration of a web server. Concepts of web site hosting, frontend and backend. Website bindings. Common web languages and technologies. Course in 2 parts – Microsoft IIS and Linux Apache (Introduction to Linux Operating Systems).

Fifth Session:

Using a database management system. The importance of the database, the language and security. SQL server installation, configuration and language.

the deployment of network interconnecting devices. Initial understanding of routers and switches. The Cisco command line interface and basic setup. Routing, VLANs and access lists.

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Sixth Session:

network architecture and planning. Advanced server and hardware. Diagnostic tools. Customer service and ticket management systems.

Part 2 – course in 2 parts – Active Directory – advanced understanding and management. VMWare – introduction, virtualization, configuration of VMWare ESXi hosts, management and advanced features.

Seventh Session:

Microsoft IIS advanced. Website security – HTTPS certificates. Monitoring and advanced backend management

the email server – understanding, installation and configuration of a central email server. Microsoft Exchange and Edge – cloud servers and on-premise. Mailing protocols, transport, security, mailboxes, groups, databases, policies and introduction to Microsoft Outlook.

Advanced Linux and Apache. Linux distributions. Introduction to WordPress. Network monitoring and security – Zabbix. Linux and Windows working together.

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Eighth Session:

deployment of an IP telephone infrastructure to the network. Centralized management of IP telephones. FreePBX. VoIP protocols and QOS.

Understanding and configuration of preventative measures for network and information security. Different types of Cyber attacks and the ways to prevent them. Introduction to Cybersecurity.

Ninth Session:

Deployment of a database server to the network. Intranet servers. Microsoft SharePoint – cloud and on-premise. Office 365.

Automate computer network management tasks. Understanding of containers. Docker, Ninite, Chocolatey and Azure Intune. Planning of a project and introduction to DevOps.

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Tenth Session:

The students work in teams to plan, update, build and run a network from scratch. From the initial analysis of the project, the proper documentation, to the building and connecting of servers and network devices to create a fully functional, secure infrastructure

As the final project evolves, students are assessed on their work, as a team, and individually. The documents and topologies, and the network security and overall function is evaluated.

Internship

Now the chance for the student to put all their new knowledge and skills to the test in the real world. Every student will be assisted in finding their internship, and will be monitored and evaluated throughout. Once this is completed, successfully, the student will receive their diploma…..and head off for a career in the world of IT!

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Skills gained after completing this program

After completing this program course, a student will be an expert in setting up, maintaining and making secure software and data, online and offline accounts and hardware devices for a company, and should also be capable of setting up and configuring computer servers. While most network managers start in private companies, they eventually branch out as freelance expert consultants.

Career Opportunities

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Computer Advisor

A Computer Advisor is responsible for the acquisition regarding all software and hardware material for the computers.
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Network Manager

A Network Manager is responsible for the accounts and hardware management for a business, but also for the set up and configuration of the servers.
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Computer Technician

A Computer Technician is responsible for the maintenance and proper use of the computers. A computer technician also offers support and information to users.

Know More about this Program

Meet with an Advisor

Ensure that you have the knowledge and information you need before studying with us! Students are highly encouraged to meet with an academic advisor before enrolling so as to better discuss goals and expectations with regard to the student’s academic plans.

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Be a Student
for a Day

Experience what life is like at campus. You can register to undergo our student for a day program, where you can sit in during classes, meet some instructors, and tour the campus for a better understanding of what Collége Multihexa offers.

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Open House
Event

Our open house experience allows students and their families to look around the college and meet the people behind it. They are also free to inquire about the school’s facilities and services, with academic advisors and staff readily available.

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Why Study Here?

Hands-on Training
Small Class Sizes
Teachers with industry expertise
Internship and job placement services
Flexible payment plans
Fun campus life