Network Support Specialist Career Training in as Little as 6 Months*
The Network Support Specialist Program at Asher College provides the hands-on training, practical experience and industry support it takes to pursue a rewarding IT career. We’ve designed our Network Support Specialist certification program to work with your schedule — that’s why we offer day, evening and weekend classes, and certifications that you earn along the way as you progress.
If you’re detail-oriented, technical-minded and are interested in getting established in a professional IT career, you could be well-suited to succeed as a Network Support Specialist.
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Becoming a Network Support Specialist
When you train as a Network Support Specialist, you’ll gain the fundamental skills you need to pursue your new IT career. During the program, you will receive hands-on training in the following 3 core areas:
1. Networking Fundamentals
Learn the fundamentals of network setup, maintenance, repair and cybersecurity. You’ll be able to explain the purpose of a range of networking concepts and implement them appropriately. You’ll also know how to determine proper network policies to ensure stability and business continuity. In addition to other skills, you’ll also get trained in proper cabling and physical network storage techniques.
2. PC and Network Security
Learn the essentials of network security. You’ll get trained in the essential principles for network security and risk management. You’ll also be able to perform network threat analysis, configure network systems to secure applications, and understand the policies and regulations around network security.
3. Advanced Networking – CISCO CCNA
Get trained to install, configure, and manage small to medium-sized Cisco-based networks. Our dedicated instructors will prepare you to take the Cisco CCNA exam by training you in network fundamentals, LAN switching technologies, IPv4 and IPv6 routing technologies, WAN technologies, infrastructure services, infrastructure security, and infrastructure management.