Computer Network Administration
34 Weeks (850 Hours)
Technology is evolving at a rapid pace, and business is dependable on technology more than ever. Network administrators ensure smooth day-to-day IT operations of businesses.
BizTech College’s computer network administrator diploma offers in-depth and practical knowledge. Students will learn the intricacies of operating systems, working with computer/server and network technologies.
Apart from fundamental know-how, students get hands-on training on how to administer and manage computer systems, wireless networks, and server security that serve to empower users in creative, business and communication activities.
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Computer Network Administrator Diploma at BizTech College
BizTech College’s computer network administrator program will help you gain in-depth knowledge in the following areas:
- Installing, configuring, optimizing, upgrading, diagnosing, troubleshooting and performing preventative measures for network
- Performing network planning and configuration, network media and topologies, network management and network security
- Implementation of network infrastructure, in a small to medium-sized enterprise
- Installation, configuration, and maintenance of Windows Servers Infrastructure
- Advanced configuration of network services required for the deployment, management, and maintenance of a Windows Server infrastructure
- Installing configuring and administering Microsoft Exchange Server
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Students looking to enroll in the Computer Systems Technology program must first meet the following prerequisites:
- Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent OR
- Mature Student Status (18 years of age or older) AND
- Successful completion of Entry Assessment Test
Get ready for ever-changing IT sector!
Network Administrators primarily role is to maintain the company’s computer network by performing regular updates, monitoring network performance and ensuring the security.
As a computer network administrator, you may qualify for specialized positions such as:
- Network Support Analyst
- Technical Support Analyst
- Network Technician
- Server Administrator
- Network Administrator
Computer network administrators and related technicians usually earn between $17.25/hour and $48.07/hour in Canada. The average wage in the Toronto Region is $32.00/hour.
Network support analysts usually earn between $16.83/hour and $43.87/hour in Ontario.
For detailed job outlook, trend analysis and requirements for related jobs, please visit the Government of Canada Job Bank.
Qualities Employers Seek
The role of a network administrator has changed over the last several years. The company depends on a well-maintained network system, and employers seek candidates with the following attributes:
- Software Fluency: A successful network administrator should be proficient in software management.
- Adaptability: Technologies are evolving rapidly; Network Administrators must understand and learn how to inculcate new technologies in the system as per the requirements.
- Detail-oriented: One should be able to take notice of even the minutest of the details.
- Business Understanding: They should have the ability to implement creative solutions in the scope of technology to match business needs.
- Soft-Skills: Just like technical skills, soft-skills are an important part of the job.
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Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)
Microsoft Certified System Administrator (MCSA)
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