Diploma in Telecom

TTC Mobile is competent in Telecom Training, and IT Training in Nigeria; a foremost IT & telecommunication engineering training company in Lagos Nigeria, with a number of IT Courses, Telecommunication Engineering Courses, Digital Marketing Courses, Entrepreneurship Courses that lead to telecommunication jobs and other kind of jobs. We specialize in training in IT, training in telecommunication, Digital Marketing training, as well as Entrepreneurship Training ensuring adequately that our IT training, Telecommunication Training Courses equip you for telecommunication engineering jobs.Our Information Technology training courses are built around current as well as imminent job opportunities in Nigeria. Whether you refer to our training as telecom engineer training, telecoms engineer training, or simply telecoms training, the training, broken into several telecoms training courses, provides you with requisite skills for the telecom industry.


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 6 months 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.



Installation and Configuration of Local Area Networks

This course deals with the theory and practical of building Wired Local Area Networks from scratch.  You will learn the different kinds of cables used to setup LANs.  In particular, you will learn to terminate UTP cables on RJ-45 as Straight-Through, Crossover and Rollover cables.  You will learn to connect computer to Switches, Face Plates, and Routers, using the cables you have terminated.

Beyond the hardware, this course will also teach you to configure protocols such as ADS, DNS and DHCP within a Windows Server Operating System environment.  You will learn to create Domains and Workgroups and to join computers to these Domains and Workgroups.

The Basics of Network Administration is also covered in this course.  You will learn to create User Accounts for employees on a corporate LAN; manage these accounts and perform administrative functions such as password recovery, resource sharing, and lot more.

Structured Cabling
Setting up a LAN
TCP/IP Configuration
Domain & Workgroup Configuration
Creating & Managing User Accounts
Sharing Internet and other Resources
Configuring DHCP Servers
Monitoring Network Resources
Troubleshooting LANs


At the level of big networks and internetworks, some experts believe that 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 such as UNIX and Linux (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 with big Operating Systems. This course will particularly be of interest for persons who would like to work as Switch Engineer for telecom operators.

A major issue with big networks is SECURITY. Deliberate measures must be taken, both within the operating system and via the introduction of 3rd party software or hardware (called Firewalls) to ensure that only authorized persons have a pre-assigned level of access to network resources.

As simple as this may sound, it is a very complex issue and therefore is given a special place in in this course.


Linux Overview
Differences between Linux and Windows Operating System
History of Linux Operating System
Linux Distributions
Linux Graphics User Interface (GUI)
Red Hat Linux installation
Administration of Linux GUI Environment
Linux File System
Basic Linux commands
Creation of Directories & Files using GUI and CLI
Creating User Accounts, Groups, Permission using GNOME and CLI
Introduction to networking over Linux OS
Connecting Linux to another Linux using NFS
Setting up a LAN with Red Hat Linux and windows
Connecting Linux and Windows Operating System using SAMBA
Virtualization over Linux Operating System


* Installing and configuring Local Area Network (wired)
* Virtualization and Cloud Computing



Suppose you have a corporate network (LAN) at 3 different branches of your company across the country; now you need to connect all three branches to your head office in London. In other words, you need to internetwork the functional LANs of your company.

One way to accomplish this is to connect the individual LANs to the internet and then introduce Routers at the exit/entry point of each LAN as Gateways to recognize and deliver packet to specific LANs. This way, your signal is routed through a public network but delivered to a private network. Switches within the private networks would then take over from Routers to deliver specifically to the destination computer within the network.

This course teaches you to install, configure and maintain Cisco Routers to play the role described above, in connecting several LANs together to form an internetwork.  The various commands you must enter in the Cisco Router to make this possible will not only be discussed, but you will also have the rare privilege of configuring and seeing them work in a lab of several Cisco Routers and Switches.



Internetworking & Router Configuration
Introduction to Cisco Devices
Installation & Configuration of Cisco Switches &Routers
Maintaining Cisco Switches & Routers


  • LAN Setup & Configuration
  • CCNA Training CERTIFICATION: The training also prepares you to take the CCNA certifications
  • Linux Administration

RF equipment here basically refers to RF Radio, Antenna, Feeder Cables, Connectors, etc. The concept of RF enables more and more people/devices to remain mobile while still connected to a network.  A typical example here is the wireless connection between mobile phones and the operator’s BTS which is accessible everywhere, every time.

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 RF networks in general, before they pass to the implementation stage.

At the end of the training, you would have covered the curriculum for the Certified Wireless Network Administrator, CWNA and qualify to write the certification exam.


RF Planning & Implementation

RF Planning using Software
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.


This course is the advanced part of GSM Engineering. Whereas GSM Engineering is a horizontal overview of the operation of the entire network, PDH/SDH is more of a vertical approach to the working of the Radio and the Transmission aspects of the network.
You will work with a PDH and SDH radios, and configure for transmission of signals assembled from BTSs.  On successfully completing the software commissioning and operation of the PDH and SDH radios, you would then progress to integrate all the individually configured components into a single network.

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

RF Engineering & GSM Engineering


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