15 Apr 2024 to 30 Sep 2026
12:00 AM to 12:00 AM,
2-3 evenings a week
Mode of Training:
Facilitated Learning (Face-to-Face/ Online Synchronous) and Asynchronous E-Learning
Venue:Singapore Polytechnic (facilitated classroom training) and Online E-Learning
Eligible for SkillsFuture Credit
Please note that once the maximum class size is reached, the online registration will be closed. You may register your interest and be notified with there is a new run.
2 - 3 evenings a week
6.30pm to 10.30pm
300 hours (1 year)
For course specific details,
please contact the course manager:
Name: Mr Lau Chung Meng
For other enquiries, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Rapid advances in Internet technologies and applications, and the subsequent proliferation of economic activity on the Internet have ushered in the digital age where virtually every organization wants to leverage this massive and ubiquitous public technology infrastructure to create new value for its stakeholders. With the advancement of computer technology coupled with pervasive use of computers, and in part to support the Singapore’s Smart Nation vision, there is a need for personnel trained in computer networking.
In the survey on Infocomm Media Manpower conducted by the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) in 2018, a Network and Infrastructure professional is one of the most in-demand role, accounting for 17% of the total demand for Infocomm professionals. Enterprises have projected that the demand for Networks & Infrastructure-related roles will grow by 2,300 in the period of 2018 – 2020.
The Diploma (Conversion) in Computer Networking offered by the School of EEE seeks to address this industrial demand. The course intends to train and equip participants with the practical knowledge and skills in administrating the Enterprise IT Network and Systems.
The course aims to teach participants to:
- Understand the concepts in data communication and the role of computer network equipment like routers and switches.
- Design, configure and troubleshoot computer networks.
- Setup, configure, operate and maintain servers on a computer network.
Students will be enrolled into the Cisco Networking Academy and takes modules in the CCNA course to prepare them for the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) professional certification.
Participants are required to bring their personal computer notebook when attending lessons, as they may need it to access e-learning materials, run simulation software, write reports, etc.
This course aims to introduce students to the principles, concepts and techniques in managing computer network equipment and servers. The networking modules will provide students with the basic concepts in data communication, and an understanding of computer network equipment like routers and switches, and their configuration. Students will also be equipped with network troubleshooting skills and the ability to implement network and security control. Internetworking technologies of Wide Area Network (WAN) communication protocols and configuration are also covered in the course. The Network Server Administration module will concentrate on setting up and maintaining important services running on the Enterprise network. All modules are taught with extensive hands-on sessions as well as theoretical discussions.
The course is a one-year part-time programme. It consists of 2 Post Diploma Certificates (PDC) conducted over 2 semesters, 1 PDC per semester. The first PDC to start with is PDC1. The classes are conducted in the evening.
This course consists of 2 post diploma certificates (PDCs). Each PDC comprises a few modules and the details are as follows:
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PDC 1 Certificate in Network Administration
Module 1 – Network Server Administration
Module 2 – Computer Communications
PDC 2 Certificate in Computer Networking
Module 3 – Computer Networking
Module 4 – Internetworking
Module 5 – Network Integration Projects