YEAR ONE MODULES
- Computer Technician*
- Networking Technician*
- Cyber Security Fundamentals*
*The Learner may participate in as many non-formal Formative Assessments as are required in order to prepare for the International exam. Once declared ready, the Learner may then sit for the International Summative Assessment. All International Summative Assessments require a Learner to be declared Competent. There is no supplementary opportunity as the Learner is permitted to sit for the International Summative Assessment as many times as is required, until declared Competent. Each International Summative Assessment sitting attracts an additional fee.
Prescribed textbooks are included in tuition fees.
Learners may sit their International CompTIA Examinations at Boston City Campus. These examination fees are excluded but charged at cost.
Logical | Technical | Patient | Analytical | Disciplined
- Ability to build, troubleshoot and repair computer systems
- Ability to install, operate and troubleshoot a small to medium size enterprise branch network
Competence in most aspects of Information Security, including:
- Communication security
- General security concepts
- Infrastructure security
- Operational security
- Security Administrator
- Security Technician
- Security Analyst
- Network Security Technician
- Network and Information Security Technician
- Computer and Peripheral Maintenance Technician
- Network Support Technician
Grade 10 Certificate; or National Certificate (Vocational) L2; or equivalent Qualification. Computer Literacy recommended.
INSTITUTE LEARNING PROGRAMME
On successful completion the Learner will be issued:
An A+ Credential Certificate from CompTIA (Internationally recognised)
A N+ Credential Certificate from CompTIA (Internationally recognised)
A Security+ Credential Certificate from CompTIA (Internationally recognised)
International recognition as a CompTIA Secure Infrastructure Associate (CSIA)
All modules are compulsory and must be passed.