Telecom Courses
Telecom Courses in Core Modules
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35

2 Months

Network Management

This training takes you beyond just the basics of Local Area Networks and Internetworks. At the level of big networks and internetworks, it is no longer reliable to work with small Operating Systems like we did with LANs. For reliability and security purposes among many reasons, big networks often use big operating systems like UNIX (GSM ‘servers’, called MSCs, use UNIX). In this course, we shall use Linux Operating System to give you a detailed insight into how Servers are configured and how they work. This course will particularly be interesting for persons who would like to work as Switch Engineer for wireless operators and related services.

Another issue with big networks is SECURITY. Deliberate measures must be taken, either within the operating system or via the introduction of a 3rd party software or hardware (called Firewall) to make sure that only authorized persons have a pre-assigned level of access, to network resources. This way, MTN’s owner for example, can go to sleep knowing that no user can break into their network to make free calls. As simple as this may sound, it is a very complex issue and is therefore given a special place in our Network Management training.

Training covers:

  • LAN Setup & Configuration leading to N+, Server+, MCP
  • Structured Cabling, Setting up a LAN, TCP/IP Configuration, Domain & Workgroup Configuration, Creating & Managing User Accounts, Sharing Internet and other Resources.
  • Internetworking & Router Configuration leading to CCNA
  • Full Cisco Academy curriculum & Router Configuration leading to Certification.
  • Practical exposure with live Cisco routers, switches; exam success, guaranteed!
  • Security Solutions & Application leading to Security+
  • Security Policies. Account Policies. Auditing Firewall Implementation
  • Linux: Installation & Administration leading to Linux+ Certification

21

3 Months

Certificate in Telecom

This is a 3 months training that takes you beyond just the basics of Local Area Networks and Internetworks.  At the level of big networks and internetworks, it is no longer reliable to work with small Operating Systems like we did with LANs.  For reliability and security purposes among many other reasons, big networks often use big operating systems like UNIX (GSM ‘servers’, called MSCs, use UNIX).

In this course, we shall use Linux Operating System to give you a detailed insight into how Servers are configured and how they work.  This course will particularly be interesting for persons who would like to work as Switch Engineer for GSM operators/vendors.

Another big issue with big networks is SECURITY. Deliberate measures must be taken, either within the operating system or via the introduction of a 3rd party software or hardware (called Firewalls) to make sure that only authorized persons have a pre-assigned level of access, to network resources. This way, MTN’s owner, for example, can go to bed knowing that no user can break into their network to make free calls. As simple as this may sound, it is a very complex issue and therefore is given a special place in this training module.

RF Engineering forms the other half of this Module. More and more people want to remain mobile and still have access to network resources. A typical example here is the wireless connection between our mobile phones and operators’ Base Stations. This concept of wireless (RF) is very wide and is covered under our training RF Engineering.  RF stands for Radio Frequency.  From scenarios as simple as connecting LANs in two offices together  using  radios  and  antennas  in  a LOS,  Point  to  Point  architecture;  to complex  scenarios  of  connecting  thousands  of  handsets  to  a  Base  Station  without  cables (NLOS, PmPt), RF principles are basically the same and are covered under this course. These same principles can be applied in various formats, at different frequencies or manipulated to give birth to new standards.

You  will  learn  to  configure  Base  Stations  for  Non  Line  of  Site  (NLOS)  operations  with Customer Premise  Equipment  (CPEs);  you  will  learn  to  configure  Radios for  Point to Point communication,  say  between  a  branch  office  and  its  head  office;  you  will  learn  to  Design such RF networks, before implementation.  At the end of the training, you would have covered the curriculum for the Certified Wireless Network Administrator, CWNA, and be qualified to write the certification exam.

LAN Setup & Configuration leading to N+, Server+, MCP

  • Structured Cabling, Setting up a LAN, TCP/IP Configuration, Domain & Workgroup Configuration, Creating & Managing User Accounts, Sharing Internet and other Resources.

Internetworking & Router Configuration leading to CCNA

  • Full Cisco Academy curriculum & Router Configuration

Security Solutions & Application leading to Security+

  • Security Policies. Account Policies. Auditing. Firewalls Implementation..

Linux: Installation & Administration leading to Linux+

RF Installing & Connecting  Antenna  for 2.4GHz  RF.  Entering  &  Navigating  Radios.  Basic  Radio  Configuration.  ISP  Base  Station Configuration

  • Base Station Hardware Installation. Installing Network Software. Configuring IP Settings.
  • Configuring VLANs. Configuring  Base  Station  as  Access  Point,  Wireless  Bridge,  Repeater, WDS. Configuring Security. Configuring Firewall & NAT. Configuring WAN Parameters.

7

4 Months

Diploma in Telecom

Next to our 6 months training which leads to Diploma in telecom, is our 3-month training. This  training  fully  equips  individuals  to  pursue  their  dreams  and  aspirations  to  develop  a career in telecom. It is a combination of our one month and two months programs. At the end of this practical session, you would be  able to setup small networks using UTP cables,  you  would  be  able  to  setup  internetworks  using  Cisco  Routers  and  Switches,  you would be able to setup Wide Area Networks using VSAT, you would be able to deploy VPN and  VoIP  on  LANs,  Internetworks  and  WANs  that  you  create,  you  would  be  able  to  setup Wireless Networks, Install RF Antennas for 2.4GHz and configure Radios to carry voice and data.

The basics of Fibre Optics and GSM Technologies are also covered.  We cannot imagine therefore that after gaining all of these skills, you would remain unemployed for long!

Certificate in telecom course outline:

LAN Setup & Configuration leading to N+, Server+, MCP

  • Structured Cabling,  Setting  up  a  LAN,  TCP/IP  Configuration,  Domain  &  Workgroup Configuration, Creating & Managing User Accounts, Sharing Internet and other Resources.
  • Internetworking & Router Configuration leading to CCNA
  • Full Cisco Academy curriculum

RF Planning & Implementation leading to CWNA

  • RF  Site  Survery.  Installing  &  Connecting  Antennas  for 2.4GHz RF. Entering & Navigating Radios. Basic Radio Configuration.

TRANSMISSION ENGINEERING

MicroWave: Theory, Installation, & Configuration

VSAT: Installation & Configuration leading to CSI

  • Theory of Satellite Communication, Assembly of VSAT Hardware from LNA, Feedhorn, BUC,  etc.  Installing.   VSAT:  Setting Azimuth, Elevation Using Compass &  Inclinometer. Terminating  &  Connecting  the  Feeder  Cables. Entering & Configuring  the Modem,  Tracking the Satellite. Commissioning the VSAT.

Introduction for Optical Fibre

  • Couplers, Connectors. Multi-mode, single mode, Pigtails, Patch Cords, etc. Demonstration of Use of Fibre Toolkit, Media Converter, etc. Implementation of Fibre Optics for LANs. VoIP & VPN Design and Configuration
  • Installation & Configuration of VoIP Gateways. Assigning Telephone Nos to Phones. Demonstration of Calls on Wired Network. Concepts, Protocols & Implementation of VPNs.

GSM Architecture Overview

22

6 Months

Advance Diploma in Telecom

This is  the  most  comprehensive  of  all  our  training  programs.  It  is  loaded  and  specially packaged,  with  inputs  from  players  in  the  telecom  industry  as  well  as  prospective employers of skilled labor, for persons who genuinely desire to be the best in the field of telecom  engineering.  This  training  is  highly  recommended  for  students  and  graduates  of Electrical  Engineering,  Computer  Science, Physics  Electronics,  and  science  and  engineering courses in general. Other professionals who intend  to use the knowledge gained and skills acquired  in  the  areas  of  marketing,  Human  Resource  Development,  etc  for  the  telecom industry are also welcome to register for this training.

Our six months Advance Diploma in telecom and your degree certificate is a killer combination that turns the table around in your favor at job interviews. So dear to our heart is this training that, as much as possible, we do not let graduands  of this 6-month training go home empty handed. We attempt to seek  internship  for them with telecom companies. Sometimes, we even  succeed  in  getting  jobs  for  them  outrightly.   However,  we  must  reiterate  that  the emphasis here is not on stipends paid during the internship. Rather, the emphasis is on the opportunity to practice what trainees have learnt and build their experiences in the process. We  believe  that,  with  time,  these  experiences  will  ultimately  converge  into  good remuneration for the trainee.

Network Management

Network Management leading to N+, Server+, MCP

  • Structured Cabling,  Setting  up  a  LAN,  TCP/IP  Configuration,  Domain  &  Workgroup Configuration, Creating & Managing User Accounts, Sharing Internet and other Resources. Security Solutions & Application leading to Security+
  • Security Policies. Account Policies. Auditing. Firewalls Implementation.

Internetworking & Router Configuration leading to CCNA

  • Full Cisco Academy curriculum & Router Configuration

Linux: Installation & Administration leading to Linux+

RF Engineering

Introduction to GSM Engineering

  • GSM Radio & Switches. GSM

Fundamentals. Introduction to GPRS, UMTS, etc. Upgrade of 2G to 2.5G to 3G Networks. RF Planning & Implementation leading to CWNA

  • RF  Site  Survey.  Installing & Connecting  Antennas  for 2.4GHz RF. Entering & Navigating Radios. Basic Radio Configuration. ISP Base Station Configuration
  • Base Station Hardware Installation. Installing Network Software. Configuring IP Settings.
  • Configuring VLANs.  Configuring  Base  Station  as  Access  Point,  Wireless  Bridge,  Repeater, WDS. Configuring Security. Configuring Firewall & NAT. Configuring WAN Parameters.

BTS Installation, RF Verification and RBS Integration

Transmission Engineering

VSAT: Installation & Configuration leading to CSI

  • Theory of Satellite Communication, Assembly of VSAT Hardware from LNA, Feedhorn, BUC,  etc.  Installing  VSAT:  Setting  Azimuth,  Elevation  Using  Compass  &  Inclinometer. Terminating  &  Connecting  the  Feeder  Cables. Entering &  Configuring  the  Modem,  Tracking the Satellite. Commissioning the VSAT.

Introduction for Optical Fibre

  • Couplers, Connectors. Multi-mode, single-mode, Pigtails, Patch Cords, etc. Demonstration of Use of Fibre Toolkit, Media Converter, etc., Implementation of Fibre Optics for LANs.

VoIP & VPN Design and Configuration

  • Installation &  Configuration  of  VoIP  Gateways.  Assigning  Telephone  Nos  to  Phones. Demonstration of Calls on Wired Network. Concepts, Protocols & Implementation of VPNs.

GSM Engineering

  • BTS: Software Commissioning & Operation
  • PDH: Installation Commissioning & Operation
  • SDH: Installation Commissioning & Operation
  • BTS/PDH/SDH Network Integration

Networking
LAN Installation & Configuration
Learn to setup and configure protocols for Wired Local Area Network, LAN…

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RF Engineering
RF Radio, Antennas, Cables, etc
Devices connection to network resources are increasingly going wireless…

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CCNA
Cisco devices configuration
Learn to install, configure and maintain Cisco Devices on a network.

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Transmission
PHD/SDH
Learn PDH & SDH, the heart of transmission in the GSM and data networks.

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Linux
Linux Administration
Learn to install, configure and administer Linux operating system on a network.

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BTS Engineering
Covering the BSS in GSM
Achieve your goal. Start a career as GSM BSS Engineer. Take the BTS training…

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