In this entry-level networking skills training, Jeremy Cioara covers how to set up a new network infrastructure in a new building.
There’s long been a gap between the skills covered in certification exams and the knowledge you acquire on the job. For some technical topics, that gap can be small or closed with some hands-on experience in a lab environment. In other cases, like planning and installing a brand new network in a building, there’s plenty to learn that won’t be on any exam.
In this real-world networking course, Jeremy takes you onto a job site where he’s installing network cabling and equipment in a new building. You’ll learn how to initially assess the network needs of a building, install cabling, crimp, punch down, and test network cables, cable management, network documentation, and equipment installation.
For anyone who leads a technology team, this networking training can be used to onboard new network administrators, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a networking reference resource.