Network Engineer Level 4 Apprenticeship
A Network Engineer primarily designs, installs, maintains and supports organisation’s communication networks. By providing this quality service they ensure the communication networks ensuring maximum performance for users such as staff and clients.
You can be any age to become an apprentice and can be either an existing member of staff or a new recruit.
Typical Job Roles Include: Network Technician, Network Engineer, Systems Engineer, Network Administrator.
APPRENTICES WILL RECIEVE:
- Training focused on building and administrating secure computer networks
- Hands on training in the principles of networking, network systems and architecture, network administration, cyber security, virtualisation, data, modelling and algorithms
- CompTIA Network Plus certification
- 2 British Computer Society module completion certifications
- Affiliate membership of BCS as a Chartered IT Professional
HOW WILL THE TRAINING TAKE PLACE?
With 25 days of real hands on Technical Training in the TCHC Digital Technology Centre and complementary flexible training with hundreds of hours of online and mobile training content. You will also develop your skills on the job through workplace coaching and mentoring as well as job shadowing.
Our training is focused to have an immediate practical impact in the work place and avoid the exam cram mentality. Exams are taken later during the cycle after the apprentice has completed their knowledge training and grown within their job role through practical application of skills.
WHY CHOOSE US?
- Our Trainers are real Award-Winning Tech industry professionals
- Flexible scheduling of training
- Exclusive free TCHC training add-ons to support other non-technical skills you may require (customer service and customer experience, sales foundations, business communication, project management and team leading)
- In-house Pearson Vue testing centre