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Brief Decription from the Professor:
Getting Started in Advanced Networking Lab
Advanced Networking Lab (a.k.a. Networking 2) is no longer offered by MDC as such I will privately tutor the classes to current students of the Engineering Dept. You must be taking at least one class with the depratment in order for me to be able to justify tutoring you on campus using the department's resources.
As a private tutoring session with me, I have structured it like a class to reduce your hourly rate to one that is much more affordable. As such there will be rules:
There will be absolutely no refunds after the first week. I always allow the student to experience a full information and action packed lecture to be able to evaluate the difficulty of the class and be able to consider this for several days and still be able to reach a conclusion and be able to request a full refund with no questions asked. I already know exactly how difficult the class is: you don't and that's why I will give you plenty of time to evaluate it and be able to withdraw with a full refund. However, after the refund deadline there can be no refunds and no exceptions in fairness to everyone especially your fellow students. The instruction that I am providing is on a prepaid group based discounted contract and the "no refunds after deadline" policy concerns all failures to attend that are the student's fault including being ejected. If I fail to appear or reach a situation where I will not be able to meet my obligation to teach the class then I will give refunds for all hours that I miss.
Total class contact hours of instruction: 21 hours provided as 3 hours per day (with 15 minute intermission break) for 7 meetings: 3hr X 7 = 21hr.
Fees: Depends on how many students actually attend. Email me at the address below for the exact cost this semester.
Class Schedule: Fridays 6:30PM - 9:30PM Starting Sept 5, 2008. Deadline to pay for the class: Sept 8, 2007, prior to the start of the class. Deadline to request a refund: Thursday Sept 11, 2008. Additional information: email me at email@example.comRecommended Reading:
Mastering Windows 2000 Server, By Mark Minasi or
Mastering Windows 2003 Server, By Mark Minasi
Novell's Guide to Netware 4.11 (MUST include the 2-user Version on CD-ROM)
Course Objectives and CoverageCurriculum Outline:
Students will get to see and use many different hardware and software technologies and face the real world problems of interfacing many dissimilar technologies. The class will be Fridays 6:30PM-9:30PM For more information email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you know anyone currently studying or considering studying networking don't hesitate to let them know about the class also - anyone can take it! In fact, don't hesitate to let friends, family, enemies, etc. know about the entire program - I think we teach PC repair at a higher level, with far more real world, hands-on applicable skills than the examcram houses like F*st Tr*in and at a much better pace and at a fraction of the cost. Don't forget that the guy (or gal) you help today ... may be your INTERVIEWER tomorrow ...
There are references in this class to all that OSI model nonsense ;-) but the vast majority of this class is HANDS ON and it can be taken alone, or together with Networking 1 (CET1173C) which is, by the way, HIGHLY recommended since Networking 1 is mostly the BOOK information that you need and Advanced Networking Lab is mostly HANDS ON application of that information. The class is being offered entirely to give you an opportunity to get hands on experience with these technologies.
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