Cisco: CCNA CCDA CCNP CompTIA: Network+ Linux+ Microsoft: MCSE MCSA MCITP MCTS MCP
Think about how a computer network effects our day to day lives. Pay at the pump - a computer network. Cable TV - a computer network. Phone systems - yep - part of a computer network. Any time a network goes down, it's mission critical time.
Yes, the computer network has integrated itself so much into our daily lives that it needs outstanding support. Microsoft and Cisco, two of the largest providers of computer software and services, created computer network training programs for people so they could master their operating systems, routers and switches. Linux is an up and comer in the arena, and computer network training programs from various Linux providers are popping up.
Michigan Technology Services provides several educational programs for individuals and groups in the Detroit, MI area that want to learn computer networking.
Cisco Certification - Cisco manufactures hardware (routers, switches, etc) and software that is used to create Internet solutions. Individuals who take Cisco network training and master Cisco products can earn credentials validating the knowledge:
Cisco Certified Network Associate - CCNA
Cisco Certified Design Associate - CCDA
Cisco Certified Network Professional - CCNP
Cisco Qualified Specialist
Learn more about Cisco Network Training at Michigan Technology Services
Microsoft Certification - Microsoft is the best known corporation in the world today. It needs little introduction. Individuals who take Microsoft client/server training courses and master any of the numerous Windows Server products - Server 2012, Server 2008 R2, Exchange Server, etc. - can sit for a variety of certifications.
Microsoft Certified Professional - MCP
Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate - MCSA
Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer - MCSE
Microsoft Certified Desktop Technician – MCDST
Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist – MCTS
Microsoft Certified IT Professional - MCITP
Learn more about Microsoft Server Training at Michigan Technology Services
Linux Certification - Linux is an open-source operating system derived off of the Unix operating system. It is used to run servers, but also is now showing up on the desktop. There are several certifications for individuals who become proficient in running the Linux OS. CompTIA offers the Linux+. We offer a variety of Linux classes - introductory and advanced.
Learn more about Linux training at Michigan Technology Services
Network+ Certification - The Network+ certification course is structured to prepare you for advanced networking courses, as Microsoft and Cisco may assume that you have a networking background or are familiar with TCP/IP. Even experienced networking pros will benefit from Network+. While you will qualify for CompTIA's N+ certification, Michigan Technology Services will go beyond CompTIA's outline. You will learn basic Networking and TCP/IP fundamentals, as well as network troubleshooting.
Learn more about Network+ training at Michigan Technology Services
For detailed info, contact Michigan Technology Services. 248-489-0408.