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Class Proposals


Advanced Networking 1
24 Hours

Continuation of the Network+ Certification class, this class includes hands-on implementation of the principles and information learned in the Network+ class including how to design, install, and configure an entire working Local Area Network with an Internet access portal, how to integrate separate LANís based on different physical and/or logical layer networking technologies, how to set up and configure PC based routers, how to subnet/supernet LANís, etc.


Advanced Networking 2
24 Hours

Continuation of the Advanced Networking 1 class based on a hands-on intensive learning experience approach to building the studentís knowledge of designing, implementing, installing, configuring large heterogeneous LANís/WANís. This class will cover, baselining, streamlining, upgrading, and troubleshooting large networks.

Note: I have a number of students who want this extra hands-on training in designing, building, configuring and troubleshooting large enterprise networks right now. Many more will take these classes if they know that they can walk away with a "piece of paper" i.e. "Certified Microcomputer Network Technician"


U-Build-It Ė Build Your Own PC
12 Hours plus anticipated $600 for parts and operating system

Students will learn how to assemble their own PC and install the operating system (current version of Linux or Windows XP Home Edition SP2) and when complete take the PC home to keep. Why just buy a name brand PC at the store when you can build your own for about the same cost?


Set Up Your Own Home Surveillance Using Your PC
12 Hours plus anticipated $100+ for parts/software

Students learn how to install and configure USB, wireless and wired cameras to their home Internet access capable PC and then monitor them from anywhere with Internet access. Installing, configuring, and troubleshooting personal computer cameras and detectors that are accessible via the Internet is a strong potential home based business too!


Introduction to Web Page Design Using HTML
12 Hours

Students will set up a free web page hosting account and then learn how to create web pages using straight HTML code. Students will learn how to create HTML tables that will structure content regardless of the browser screen size, embed images, video, and audio files and much more.


Intermediate Web Page Design 1 Using DOM/CSS/Javascript
24 Hours

Students will continue developing their free web site started in the first class. Topics covered will include: the Document Object Model, Cascading Style Sheets and an introduction to Javascript and VBScript enabling the web page to become interactive with the user.


Intermediate Web Page Design 2 Using DOM/CSS/Javascript
24 Hours

Students will continue developing their free web site from the previous classes. Topics will include advanced applications of: the Document Object Model, Cascading Style Sheets and Javascript enabling the web page to become interactive with the user.


Advanced Web Page Design Using Perl/PHP
24 Hours

Students will continue developing their free web site from the previous classes. Topics will include: controlling access to specific data on the server, database queries to the server, Perl script language, PHP language, and Active Server Pages.


Set Up Your Own Internet Website
12 Hours plus anticipated $300 for parts and Internet Domain Name/IP Reservation Fees

Students will learn how to register their own Domain Names and reserve their own IP addresses with the IANA/ICANN. Students will learn how to install and configure web server services on the PC including HTTP server, Perl language interpreter, firewall, etc. Students must provide their own Internet server PCís and Internet connectivity fees.


CompTIA Server+ Certification Class
45 Hours

Students will learn the topics covered in the CompTIA Server+ certification exam. Server+ certified professionals are familiar with designing, implementing, maintaining, upgrading, and troubleshooting of high-end PC based network servers and their related hardware and software technologies.

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