SYSTEMS ENGINEERING SKILLS PROGRAMME

About this Course

Students are taught the latest skills needed by today’s computer support professionals. Students will also learn how to perform tasks such as installation, building, upgrading, repairing, troubleshooting, configuration, diagnosing and preventive maintenance and basic Networking. Students will gain knowledge and skills of Networking by learning features and functions of Networking components, installing and configuring, troubleshooting hardware protocols and services. Students will also learn to effectively maintain and monitor server resources, functions and performance. This course is designed primarily for IT beginners and professionals who have some experience with Windows Server, it is also great for anyone who is looking to advance or begin their career in Information Technology.

This qualification Expands These specializations

• Designing and Implementing a Server Infrastructure
• Implementing and Advanced Server Infrastructure

Entry Requirements

• A+
• N+
• System Administrator

On Completion

On successful completion, the student will receive ATTI System Engineer Skills Certificate. International Exams are not included in the course price; however, exam preparation material will be available should you opt to write these international exams.

Career Opportunities

System Engineer

Desktop Support Engineer

IT System Administrator

Field Service Technician

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