TRON134 - Computer Technology

As the use of desktop computers and IP-based networking replaces dedicated industrial networks, the need for mainstream computer and networking skills has increased. This course is designed to provide the basic computer knowledge and skills to foster a working understanding of computer networks.

Credits: 4

Distribution: Career Training

Outcomes

  1. Using industry relevant equipment and to industry standards of time and accuracy, install and verify operation of computer components.
  2. Using industry relevant resources and to industry standards of time and accuracy, install, troubleshoot and verify operation of peripheral devices.
  3. Using industry-relevant resources and to industry standards of time and accuracy, select, install and setup a network interface card.
  4. Using industry relevant resources and to industry standards of time and accuracy, apply LINUX shell commands
  5. Using industry relevant resources and to industry standards of time and accuracy, build a computer from components.