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Network Engineer


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The network engineer programme is designed for data and fibre engineers who have completed the level 3 programme and would like to advance in their careers to become network engineers. This role is for advanced engineers who will plan and manage network installations.

Welcome to the Network Engineer Programme

The primary role of a network engineer is to design, install, maintain and support communication networks within an organisation or between organisations. Network engineers need to maintain high levels of operation of communication networks in order to provide maximum performance and availability for their users, such as staff, clients, customers and suppliers. They will understand network configuration, cloud, network administration and monitoring tools, and be able to give technical advice and guidance.

Typical Job Roles: Network Technician, Network Engineer, Systems Engineer, Network Administrator

This programme has been designed for experienced structured network engineers who are looking to develop their skills and knowledge of all aspects of network technology. This programme is delivered as a Network Engineer Standard programme. This means that to complete it you will need to work through all elements of the programme and then go through a formal End Point Assessment which will be conducted by an independent End Point Assessment organisation. Endpoint assessment will be covered by your assessor throughout the programme and everything you do will be working towards this.

By the end of this programme you will also have completed the following modules:

  • Level 4 Diploma in ICT Professional Competence
  • CCNA Parts 1&2
  • City & Guilds 3667-03 Design and Planning
  • CompTIA Server +
  • CompTIA Security +
  • PRINCE2 Foundation

This is a high level course and will provide you with the knowledge and skills to enhance your credentials.

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