Diploma in NW and Internet Engineering
A Network Engineer, also known as Network Architect, designs and implements computer networks. Unlike network administrators, who perform day-to-day support, the network engineer focuses on high-level design and planning.
Computer Network Engineers or Network Architects, plan and construct data communication networks, such as local area network (LAN) and wide area network (WAN) systems. This can involve selecting the hardware and software, determining the layout of cables, and overseeing other IT professionals to create networks.
The majority of computer network architects work full-time, although overtime is common. Few physical demands and risks are associated with this career. Such computer architects spend long periods of time in front of computers. In addition, IT certification in networking offers targeted training for a network computer engineer. Examples include the Microsoft Network Engineer and Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certifications.
Get Quality IT Training for Jobs that are In Demand
Organizations of all kinds need trained IT professionals to maintain, test, and troubleshoot their computer networks. Individuals who hold diplomas in Network Engineer possess a thorough understanding of servers, networks, and related software. They work directly for companies as part of an in-house team, or through third party network technology providers.
As reliance on network computing grows, so does demand for expert network professionals. A Network Engineer earns an average salary of C$64,830 per year.
Course Benefits – Add Globally Recognized Certifications to Your Resume
The Network Engineering graduates will be fully prepared with knowledge and practice of the following certifications :
- MCSA Certification (3)
- Exchange Server (2)
- SQL Microsoft Database (5)
- Advanced Miscrosoft Server (5)
Certification fees are not included in program fees
This exceptional program qualifies graduates for careers in information technology units throughout the private and public sectors as below:
- Internet Website Technician
- LAN Administrator
- Computer Network Technician
- Data Centre Operator
- Network Administrator
- Network Support Technician
- System Administrator
Some of the responsibilities of a Network Engineer include:
- Maintaining, troubleshooting, and administering the use of computer networks
- Evaluating and installing computer hardware, networking software, operating system software and software applications
- Operating master consoles to monitor the performance of computer systems
- Providing problem-solving services to network users
- Performing routine network start up and close down and maintaining control records
- Performing data backups and disaster recovery operations
- Conduct tests and perform security and quality controls
- Controlling and monitoring e-mail use, Web navigation, and installed software
- Performing shell scripting or other basic scripting tasks
- Supervising other workers in this group
Cutting-edge IT training, taught by industry professionals!
Learn Essential Skills from Industry Professionals
Sunview College class sizes are small, so every Network Engineer student receives one-on-one attention from our dedicated instructors. We only hire teachers with industry experience, so you can trust that our IT training is relevant and our tools are cutting-edge.