BECOME COMPETENT AT COMPUTER NETWORKING
A computer network, commonly just called a network, is a system of interconnected computers (and devices) that operate interactively. Any number of computers may be connected into a network, from two to dozens, hundreds, thousands or even millions. Networks typically include other devices such as printers, external hard drives, modems and routers, etc. Nearly everyone involved with computers at any level now requires knowledge and skills with networks computer systems.
Gain the skills and competency you need in Networking with this course. Studies include: networking introduction, topology, architecture and transmission media; components and hardware; design and planning; upgrading; basic TCP/IP Services and Applications and more.
ACS Student Comment: Yes it is very much [a valuable
learning experience] because I am learning something new that is in line
with the work that I do up here, it has the most up to date basic
information in technology.
Thanks to ACS for giving me this opportunity.
do the online course which otherwise will be impossible to do at the
same time working, especially for me who grew up in the analogue age,
this gives me great confidence with my job as a radio communication
technician and really looking forward to completed this networking
foundation course, thank you. Willem Ainui, PNG, Networking Foundations course.