What you'll learn
The primary role of a network engineer is to design, install, maintain and support communication networks within an organisation or between organisations. Network engineers need to maintain high levels of operation of communication networks in order to provide maximum performance and availability for their users, such as staff, clients, customers and suppliers. They will understand network configuration, cloud, network administration and monitoring tools, and be able to give technical advice and guidance.
You will learn the skills, technical knowledge and understanding in a range of topics, including:
- Network Principles
- Network Systems and Architecture
- Network Security
This qualification is perfect if you are working in a relevant job role, such as; Network Technician, Network Engineer, Systems Engineer, or Network Administrator. You will need to be demonstrating the skills required to complete this qualification. It is expected that a higher apprentice will already have significant experience and previously achieved a relevant Level 3 qualification.
The delivery will be done mainly at the workplace, with the off-the-job training accounting for at least 20% of your employed time. The assessor will regularly visit you at work to observe you performing relevant tasks and to carry out professional discussions. You will complete three learning modules as well as an end point assessment.
Upon completion you can progress onto an advanced or higher apprenticeship at level 3, 4 or 5. Career path progression may include network management jobs or you could move into other areas of IT such as project management, information security or consultancy. The Sector Skills Council for Information Technology is https://www.thetechpartnership.com
This apprenticeship is recognised for entry onto the register of IT technicians, confirming SFIA (the Skills Framework for the Information Age) level 3 professional competence. Version 6 of SFIA, has been launched today at the Developing Digital Talent conference 2015 jointly hosted by BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, the Tech Partnership and the SFIA Foundation. The globally relevant framework of IT skills provides employers and practitioners with support to help them fulfil their potential and gain competitive advantage. The updated version includes seven new skills including digital forensics, IT strategy and planning, penetration testing and product management, all reflecting the changing nature of the profession.
Non Levy £850.00
How Employers can get involved
Why should Employers get involved?
Apprenticeships can help businesses across all sectors by offering a route to harness fresh new employees. Apprenticeships ensure that your workforce has the practical skills and qualifications your organisation needs now and in the future. The mixture of on and off the job learning ensures they learn the skills that work best for your business. Apprenticeships deliver for businesses and help them grow by: Reducing training and recruitment costs, increasing productivity and your bottom line, developing a skilled motivated and qualified workforce, improving customer service results, providing financial return on investment.
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