Network Administrator

Course Code: 105

Network administrators ensure that computer hardware and network infrastructure related to an organization’s data network are effectively maintained.


Network administrators are responsible for the day-to-day IT support in an organization. Unlike Network Engineers, who focus more on high-level design and planning, Network Administrators focus more on the daily maintenance to ensure all systems in the company are running smoothly and data is not lost.

As with many technical roles, network administrator positions require a breadth of technical knowledge and the ability to learn the intricacies of new networking and server software packages quickly.

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 Administration possess a thorough understanding of servers, networks, and related software. They work directly for companies as part of an in-house IT team, or through third party network technology providers.

Course Benefits – Add Globally Recognized Certifications to Your Resume

The Network Administration graduates will be well prepared with knowledge and practice of the following certifications :

  • CompTIA Certification
  • Microsoft Windows 7

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:

  • System Administrator
  • Network Support
  • Systems Specialist
  • IT Solutions Specialist

Cutting-edge IT training, taught by industry professionals!

Learn Essential Skills from Industry Professionals

Sunview College class sizes are small, so every Network Administration 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.

Course Structure


Unit ID Unit Name
001 CompTIA A+
002 Network+
003 Linux+
004 CCNA
005 Mobile Support
006 Powershell 3.0
007 Windows and Administration
008 MCSA – Installation, Administration, and Advance
009 Exchange Server 2013 Core Solutions – 70/341-342
010 Soft Skills
011 Reports and Labs

Entry Requirements


      • Ontario Grade 12 or equivalent


  • Mature Student (18 years of age or older) & A passing SLE TEST

Next Steps

Get the Support You Need to Advance Your Career

A Successful training isn’t about getting a diploma – it’s about getting results in your career. Our emphasis is on practicality. We believe that once concepts are understood in theory, your focus should be on the practical. By minimizing the amount of reading and increasing the hands-on practical experience, you will be better prepared to face workplace challenges with confidence. We provide practical approach and guidance for students looking to secure good placements in strong organizations in Canada and other countries. Financial Aid is available to those who qualify.

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