Course code: 22519VIC
This course covers the Cisco Certified Networking Associate ( CCNA ) technologies including basic computer networking principles, wired and wireless networks, ipv4 and ipv6 addressing, connectivity, device security and firewalls, encryption and data security, routing and network performance and monitoring and troubleshooting.
For more information about the course download the Information Booklet.
- Sample competencies covered in the first year include:
- Build and implement a basic network Build and implement a basic network
- Configure a small to medium network for an organisation
- Sample competencies covered in the second year include:
- Secure and monitor the performance of a small to medium network
- Investigate design concepts of an accessible and secure network
Ringwood Secondary College
RTO Number: 22475
Wednesday 12.00pm – 3.00pm
Part Time / Face to Face
This is a two year course.
A set of chapter theory exams and a final skills/practical and a final theory exam are undertaken.
Work placement is not required.
Contact the VET Coordinator at your Secondary College for specific information regarding your College’s application process. Your VET Coordinator and/or staff from your secondary school will assist you with planning for your VCE or VCAL certificate and will advise you where a VET Course fits within this plan. They will also give you information about travel arrangements and any costs associated with VET Courses.
For information on the IMVC Application Process please go to About VET Delivered in Schools.
Contact your secondary school to discuss fees for VET Courses.
VCAL: This program contributes to the Industry Specific Skills Strand and may also contribute to the Work Related Skills Strand.
VCE: Students may be eligible to receive recognition of up to four units of credit- a Unit 3 & 4 sequence for each year of VET Cisco.
ATAR: : Students wishing to receive an ATAR contribution for the Units 3 & 4 sequence must undertake scored assessment for the purpose of achieving a study score. This study score can contribute directly to the ATAR, either as one of the student's best four studies (the primary four) or as a fifth or sixth study.
A passion for learning and discovery with technology.