Information Technology

Networking

Networking

Adelaide City Campus

Adelaide City campus offers training facilities for students to install and configure ICT network infrastructure, which includes:

  • Dedicated Cisco Labs which enables students to complete practical activities configuring switches and routers; and
  • Dedicated Networks Labs which enables students install and configure a range of network operating systems such as Microsoft Windows Server and Linux using virtual technologies. This also enables students to install and  configure wireless networks.

These facilities are used to deliver current training programs to students on campus, as well as offering online sessions to external students.

Each rooms is equipped with industry standard hardware and software to facilitate up to 20 students. This training environment includes audio visual equipment, internet and WI-FI connection, white boards and printing facilities.

Adelaide City campus includes a Library facility where students can undertake independent learning, and access equipment such as mobile devices for testing wireless network technologies.

Students will gain current industry skills using Microsoft and Linux server operating systems through virtual technologies, as well as install and configure networking technologies such as Aruba and Cisco.

Students have access to licensed software for home use free of charge through Microsoft Dreamspark for the duration of their learning.