A+, Net+, Sec+, Linux+, CCNA, CHFI, CISSP, Windows Design

A+, Net+, Sec+, Linux+, CCNA, CHFI, CISSP, Windows Design

SKU: A+N+S+L+CCCWD Category:
Tuition: $ 15,672.56
Registration Fees: $ 100.00
Books & Supplies: $ 0.00
STRF(Students Tuition Recovery Fund): $ 0.00

Price:$15,772.56

Overview

As the leading association for organizations in the international technology community, CompTIA works to ensure that professionals have the skills and training needed to help their companies succeed through training and certification. There are specialized CompTIA certifications aimed to assure employers of your PC maintenance, security, and networking technologies expertise. Potential employers value these certifications as well when screening candidates for both entry-level and advanced IT job openings.

Blue Star Learning is an authorized provider of CompTIA certification courses and equips trainees with the skills needed for entry-level technicians, networking professionals, and security specialists. In addition, Blue Star Learning makes it easy to receive training through instructor-led courses.

Whether you’re new to networking or a seasoned pro looking to upgrade your skills, we have the Cisco courses to meet your needs and fit your schedule. Learn how to set up, secure, and maintain a network infrastructure. Explore topics like routers, switches, and firewalls.

Work toward earning a CCNA, CHFI or CISSP, organizations worldwide recognize these programs as a trusted leader in networking technology, which means any investment you make in this training will be helpful towards your career.

Program Description

This program combines the following eight (8) courses. 

  1. A+

CompTIA A+ is an internationally recognized, vendor-neutral course that many employers consider a prerequisite for entry-level IT employment. In this course, students will acquire the essential skills and information needed to install, upgrade, repair, configure, troubleshoot, optimize, and perform preventative maintenance of basic personal computer hardware and operating systems.  Students are prepared to pursue entry level careers as computer support specialists, network system specialists, or computer repair technicians. 

  1. Network+ Professional

CompTIA Network+ is an internationally recognized, vendor-neutral course that many employers consider a prerequisite for entry-level IT employment. In this course, students will describe the major networking technologies and systems of modern networks, and be able to configure, manage, and troubleshoot modern networks. 

  1. Security+

CompTIA Security+ is an internationally recognized, vendor-neutral course that many employers consider a prerequisite for entry-level IT employment. As a benchmark for best practices in IT security, this program covers the essential principles for network security and risk management – making it an important stepping stone of an IT security career. 

  1. Linux+

This course is designed to provide in-depth training in Linux (or UNIX) for those who want to start building skills in systems administration on Red Hat Enterprise Linux to a level where they can attach and configure a workstation on an existing network. 

  1. CCNA

(ICND1): Students will learn how to install, operate, configure, and verify a basic IPv4 and IPv6 network, including configuring a LAN switch, configuring an IP router, connecting to a WAN, and identifying basic security threats.

(ICND2): Students will learn to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot a small enterprise network, focusing on redundant topologies, configuring EIGRP and multi-area OSPF, understanding Wide Area Network technologies, device management and Cisco licensing.

  1. CHFI

The CHFI training is for forensic network security investigators. As cybercrime has increased, the need for computer forensic investigators has grown dramatically. CHFI certified candidates may investigate invasion or theft of intellectual property, misuse of IT systems and violations of corporate IT usage policies.

  1. CISSP

This course is intended for IT security-related practitioners, auditors, consultants, investigators, or instructors, including network or security analysts and engineers, network administrators, information security specialists, and risk management professionals, who are pursuing CISSP training and certification to acquire the credibility and mobility to advance within their current computer security careers or to migrate to a related career. Through the study of all eight CISSP Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) domains, students will validate their knowledge by meeting the necessary preparation requirements to qualify to sit for the CISSP exam. 

  1. Window Design

This course will provide students with an understanding of how to design a Windows server network infrastructure that meets business and technical requirements for network services.

 

Intended Participants

The intended participant is anyone with minimum computer user skills who is interested in obtaining a job as an IT professional.

Prerequisites

A Minimum score of 70% or more is required on the Blue Star Learning’s Admissions test.

Program Length

758 Clock Hours, 42 Weeks

Program NameClock Hours/Lecture/Lab
A+ Computer Service Technician147/95/52
Network+40/26/14
Security+40/26/14
Linux+185/120/65
CCNA80/52/28
CHFI40/26/14
CISSP40/26/14
Windows Design186/120/66
Total758/491/267

 

Objectives

Upon completion of this program, students will be able to

  • install and configure operating systems.
  • maintain and troubleshoot installations of Microsoft Windows.
  • identify network technologies.
  • install routers and switches.
  • explain the Domain Name System.
  • identify personal computer security concepts.
  • identify network technologies.
  • Identify the infrastructure of a WAN implementation.
  • Identify the components used in cloud computing and virtualization.
  • Describe basic concepts related to network security.
  • Prevent security breaches.
  • Respond to security incidents.
  • Identify the components of a remote network implementation.
  • Identify the tools, methods, and techniques used in managing a network.
  • Describe troubleshooting of issues on a network.
  • identify fundamental components and functions of personal computer operating systems.
  • identify best practices followed by professional computer technicians.
  • install and configure computer components.
  • install and configure system components.
  • maintain and troubleshoot peripheral components.
  • identify the fundamentals concepts of computer security.
  • identify security threats.
  • harden internal systems and services
  • manage public key infrastructure (PKI).
  • monitor the security infrastructure.
  • identify the components of standard desktop personal computers.
  • identify fundamental components and functions of personal computer operating systems.
  • identify best practices followed by professional personal computer technicians.
  • install and configure computer components.

demonstrate proficiency working with networking, networking cabling, hubs, switches, routers, bridges, servers, workstations, IP sub netting, WAN/LAN typology, and firewalls.

Requirements For Program Completion

To successfully complete this program, students must maintain a minimum average of at least 70% or C.