The Network Engineer course covers Hardware, Software, Troubleshooting, CyberSecurity, Switching & Routing and Microsoft Server.
Through practical, virtual lab environments, you will gain real-world, hands-on skills with today’s latest tools and technologies; and, with help from a mentor, be guided down the path of a new career.

Network engineering is a branch of information technology that focuses on designing, implementing, managing, and maintaining computer networks. Computer networks are essential for the communication and sharing of data between devices, such as computers, servers, routers, switches, and other networked equipment. Network engineers play a crucial role in ensuring that these networks are efficient, secure, and reliable.