• Code: NC
  • Certification: QQI Level 6 Award in Computer Systems and Networks (6M0695)
  • Duration: One Year

Description

There is increased demand for IT professional who design, implement and troubleshoot computer networks. This new advanced certificate course is designed to provide the necessary skills to meet this need. Focusing on a higher level of IT specialist skills in the area of network design, installation, configuration and administration, as well as how they can be applied in modern technologies. The nature of computer networking demands that network specialists are problem solvers with excellent attention to detail. Suitably qualified graduates may apply via the CAO onto an undergraduate degree programme in a range of third level institutions.

Programme of Study
  • Physical and Logical Networking 
  • Systems Software 
  • Mobile Technologies 
  • Graphical User Interface Programming 
  • Information Technology Administration 
  • Network Infrastructure
  • Communications
  • Work Experience
  • Mathematics


     Modules subject to change

Entry Requirements

Leaving Certificate or its equivalent plus a FETAC Level 5 course qualification in Computers & Network Systems. Applications from mature learners who do not match these requirements but with comprehensive relevant experience in the area will be considered. Places are offered following a successful interview.

Higher Education Progression*

IMPORTANT: As this is a new awards all existing progression pathways via the CAO and Higher Ed Links schemes should be confirmed with the Higher Level institutions listed below 

DIT: 

  • BSc Computing (DT211)  
  • BSc Networking Technologies (DT080)

IT Carlow: 

  • BSc Computer Games Development (CW208)

IT Tallaght:

  •  BSc Computing (TA312)

IT Blanchardstown: 

  • BSc in Information Technology (BN013) 

Important: Please check compulsory course requirements relating to the number of Distinctions and Maths qualifications necessary in each college. Direct entry into second year may be offered by some 3rd level colleges to students who have met course specific requirements.

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