Anniesland College

Full time HND Computing - Technical Support

Anniesland College
In Glasgow

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Important information

Typology HND
Location Glasgow (Scotland)
Duration 2 Years
  • HND
  • Glasgow (Scotland)
  • Duration:
    2 Years
Description

This course is designed to develop skills and knowledge in operating systems, computer hardware, local and wide area networks and data communications. It will also allow students to sit the CISCO Vendor qualification, Introduction to CCNET.

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Where and when

Location

Starts

Glasgow
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19 Hatfield Drive, G12 0YE

Starts

On request

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· Requirements

. HNC Computing (15 credits) together with an interview.

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Course programme



HND Computing - Technical Support (Full time)

Aims:
This course is designed to develop skills and knowledge in operating systems, computer hardware, local and wide area networks and data communications. It will also allow students to sit the CISCO Vendor qualification, Introduction to CCNET.

Duration:
2 Years Full-time August to June.

Content:
First year as HNC Computing.
Second Year
Core Units
. Client Operating Systems
. Communications
. Computer Networks: Network Technology and Data
. Computer Operating Systems 2
. Graded Unit 2
. Network Server Operating Systems
. Project Management 1
. Professional Issues in Computing
. Networking Technology (Cisco)
. Routing Technology (Cisco)

Articulation:
Successful students may progress to the following degree
programmes:
University of the West of Scotland
. 3rd Year BSc (Hons) Computing
. 3rd Year BSc (Hons) Information Systems
. 3rd Year BSc (Hons) Internet Technologies
Glasgow Caledonian University
. 3rd Year BSc (Hons) Internet Software Development
. 3rd Year BSc (Hons) Networking and Computer Support

Careers:
This course can lead to a career as a senior computing technician, network administrator or network engineer.


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