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Networking course helps students to develop professionally in the field of Information Technology as network engineers, network Architects and network specialists. These professionals analyze, develop, and evaluate computer networks and network operations.
They also create network inventory, diagnose, and find the solutions for the faults occurring in the networks. Troubleshooting, providing support and solving the issues occurring in the network.

Upon completion of this self-paced IT Specialist Networking course, students can expect to gain knowledge of network fundamentals and infrastructure which includes cloud concepts, remote access methods, wireless networking, routers, switches, major protocols (ISO and TCP). Students will also understand the process of troubleshooting a faulty network by using appropriate hardware and software troubleshooting tools.

The goal of this course is to provide students with the information and tools needed to prepare for the Networking certificate—including text explanations, video demos, lab activities, self-assessment questions, and a practice exam—to increase the chances of passing the exam on the first try.

Course components:

  • Lessons
  • Video learning
  • MeasureUp Practice Test for IT Specialist Networking (INF-101) Practice Mode with remediation and Certification mode to simulate the test day experience.

Duration:  Approximately 24 hours of primary content. Each learner will progress at their own pace.


Designed for learners looking to gain expertise in creating a network solution, supporting connectivity issues, configuring security settings or access permission, and troubleshooting the network issues. By becoming a Networking certified: Network architect, you will have the ability to work as a network professional in fields such as educational service, manufacturing, health care, finance and insurance etc. as developing and maintaining IT infrastructure is required in every industry.


  • Basic understanding of computers
  • Usage of internet and search methods
  • Basic knowledge of computer networking
  • Decision making and problem-solving skills

Course objectives: 

Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:   

  • Analyze and identify the different types of networks
  • Make a decision on the type of network or protocol suitable for which type of organization
  • Work on switches and routers
  • Provide support to connectivity issues
  • Troubleshoot and find solutions for the network faults

Required course materials: Self-paced CertPREP IT Specialist Networking (INF-101) Courseware.

IT Specialist - Networking | eLearning Self-Pace

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