Professional Practices of Security Network Design (BTEC Level 5 Diploma)
The Professional Practices of Security Network Design Diploma is the ideal course for those looking to develop a deep understanding of IP & Networking issues.
This tutor supported course is intended for people with little or no knowledge of computers or IP networks. It is packed with the essential knowledge needed to design, plan and build effective fully operational IP based security solutions and most importantly learning about the pitfalls to avoid.
Over twelve fascinating course modules you will cover the fundamentals of digital cameras, local area networks and IP. Each module is supported by Self Assessment Questions and throughout the course there are small-scale assessments and projects designed to check your learning progress. On completion of the course there is a final assessment and a detailed project to provide the opportunity for you to put the theory learned into practice.
Study Times and Entry Requirements
The course contains 12 course modules, each requiring approximately 20 hours of study. There are no prerequisites and no qualifications needed to enrol.
This course consists of 21 sequential modules (12 course modules, 4 Assessments, 4 Projects and 1 User Guide to Downloading and Uploading Documents). Each of the modules has to be completed in sequence before you can move onto the next. The running order can be viewed within the 'Content' tab.
Module 1 - Introduction & Standards
When you reach the end slide of Module 1 and press the 'Finish' button, Module 2 becomes available etc.
You are required to achieve 60% or above in all assessments and projects to pass this Level 5 Diploma course.
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