MGIT’s ICT50415 Diploma Of Information Technology Networking Including MCSA & CCNA Certification
Did you know that by choosing to do a ICT50415 Diploma Of Information Technology Networking with MGIT, a student will also be provided with two industry recognised qualifications to complement their diploma? These two qualifications include:
1) MCSA (Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate): A student will study to become an MSCA through MGIT throughout the duration of this diploma course and after passing three corresponding MCSA exams (70-410, 70-411 and 70-412), they will receive their MCSA.A student studying their MCSA through MGIT will specialise in Windows Server 2012. We have chosen this specialisation for students because it is closely related to networking and as so, complements the ICT50415 Diploma Of Information Technology Networking by providing students with further expertise in this area of study. By completing an MCSA a student will gain the necessary prerequisite for more advanced Microsoft certifications such as the MCSE, MCSD, MCPS and MCT, these can be completed through further study in the future, should a student wish to advance even further with the skills gained during this course.
2) CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Association): CCNA is a CISCO qualification that is relevant to students who are considering a career in IT Networking. By completing this qualification through MGIT and passing the corresponding CISCO exam (200-120), a student will graduate with the knowledge and the skillset required to manage and maintain a small to medium sized enterprise network infrastructure.
If a student passes both their CCNA and MCSA exams during their time with MGIT, they will graduate with a ICT50415 Diploma Of Information Technology Networking and their CCNA and MCSA certifications as well.
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