Get the Skills to Become a Network Technician
52-Week* Online or On-Campus Network Technician Diploma Program
Do you have a sharp mind and an ability to understand complex technology? Then consider becoming a Network Technician.
You have the choice to complete the Network Technician Diploma on-campus or online through distance education. If you live near the Greater Toronto Area, our campuses are open for students looking for hands-on, practical application. Alternatively, distance education is available to students looking to pursue an education and get the flexibility and support needed to succeed.
Become a Qualified Network Technician
Being a Network Technician is one of the most challenging and highly paid fields in Information Technology. During the Network Technician Diploma program you’ll learn to install, design, manage, operate, plan, troubleshoot and secure an information technology infrastructure providing reliable, scalable, consistent, responsive and secure enterprise network services.
The scope of topics covered in the program will be on local area networks and system administration. Once you graduate the Network Technician Diploma program you’ll gain proficiency in the administration of Linux and Windows-based platforms.
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During the Network Technician Diploma program you’ll learn:
- Installing and Configuring Windows Server
- Windows Server Administration
- Advance Windows Server Services
- Exchange Server Adminstration
- Microsoft Cloud Fundamentals
- Amazon AWS Technical Essentials
- Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1)
- Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2 (ICND2)
- CCNP: Routing
- CCNP: Switching
- CCNP: Troubleshooting
- CompTIA A+
- Linux System Administration
- Practicum (NT)
You’ll also complete an internship (practicum) component so you’ll graduate with confidence in your skills and abilities. CCBST is 100% responsible for finding a placement for you at an appropriate organization.
Once you complete the Network Technician Diploma program you’ll be able to look for work in a variety of fields including:
- Network Administrator
- Network Support Specialist
- Systems Administrator
- Network Technician
- Junior Linux administrator
- Junior network administrator
- Linux Database Administrator
- Web Administrator
Thank you to all my teachers and CCBST for taking the time to teach me. I have learned a lot, and I feel that you have prepared me very well … You gave me the skills, knowledge, and confidence I need to be successful in my job. Many thanks to you all.
Funding Your Education
CCBST is an excellent option for individuals who want to get ahead without a major financial burden. At CCBST, tuition is more affordable than larger schools while maintaining the same quality of education.
You may also be eligible to receive OSAP (Government Financial Aid) as all CCBST programs are full time.
Lastly, you may qualify for Second Career Eligibility Ontario. The Second Career program provides support to laid-off employees who will benefit from retraining to find work. Please contact a CCBST admissions representative to see if you meet the criteria.
For more information about Financial Aid and Second Career Training click here.
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*52 week program length when completed in normal time.