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IT Networking validates the knowledge and skills to troubleshoot, configure and manage common wired and wireless network. Networking certifies a basic understanding of emerging technologies including unified communications, mobile, cloud and virtualization technologies.

What you’ll learn:

  • Knowledge and skills related to network fundamentals
  • LAN switching technologies
  • Routing technologies
  • Infrastructure services and maintenance


Price: $250

Course price does not include the cost of certification vouchers.

Duration: 14 weeks

This course meets four days a week; Monday – Thursday.

Prerequisites: Yes

Enrollment into IT Networking requires the successful completion of IT Foundations and/or holds a current CompTIA A+.

I liked everything about the class


"I always felt like I could ask questions and got the material that I needed to pass the test or work in the IT field. The instructor knows his material! I like how we did quiz games for the last class I took maybe more games like that to make sure we know how to process the information we are learning."



Samuel Schultz

Director of Operations | World Class Athletes

5.0
2018-03-14T15:55:46+00:00

Samuel Schultz

Director of Operations | World Class Athletes

"I always felt like I could ask questions and got the material that I needed to pass the test or work in the IT field. The instructor knows his material! I like how we did quiz games for the last class I took maybe more games like that to make sure we know how to process the information we are learning."

I give it 5 stars!


"I enjoyed learning the syntax and packet tracer activities in this Networking Course."



Tony Pinson

Tech901 IT Fellow Recipient

5.0
2018-03-14T16:06:00+00:00

Tony Pinson

Tech901 IT Fellow Recipient

"I enjoyed learning the syntax and packet tracer activities in this Networking Course."
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Meet Ivan Ortiz

Ivan Ortiz

Ivan Ortiz found himself not too long ago with a passing interest in pursuing an IT career – passing, in that he wasn’t completely sure about it, nor was he totally sure how to make it a reality.

Today, at his job at FedEx TechConnect, Ortiz’s work encompasses everything from hardware repair on desktop computers to more intensive laptop repair as well as software duties.

And for that, he thanks Tech901, a nonprofit that’s focused on one thing: Training workers like Ortiz to be better prepared for jobs in Memphis’ technology sector.

“I don’t think I’d be able to be where I am now without Tech901, because they have partners in various fields. And that’s a great benefit to me. I wasn’t sure I wanted to pursue an IT career, I just knew I wasn’t well-rounded in IT. So I wanted to push myself and challenge myself.”


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Career Opportunities gained with IT Networking

Computer Systems Analyst

Analyze science, engineering, business, and other data processing problems to implement and improve computer systems. Analyze user requirements, procedures, and problems to automate or improve existing systems and review computer system capabilities, workflow, and scheduling limitations. May analyze or recommend commercially available software.

Pay Range for Memphis

Mean Wage: $35.81 hour – $74,485 year

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