- Certified Healthcare Access Associate
- Certified Professional Health Care Compliance Officer
- Certified Professional Medical Auditor
- Cultural Competence for Health Care Providers
- Customer Service for Health Care
- Health Care Reform Perspectives
- Health Insurance I
- Health Insurance II
- HIPAA Privacy Rule Training for Health Care Organizations
- Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
- Introduction to Medical Law and Ethics
- Introduction to Medical Terminology
- Introduction to Pharmacology
- Medical Math
- Medical Office Assistant
- Overview of Electronic Health Records and Clinical Software
- Overview of ICD-10 for Allied Health Professionals
- Overview of ICD-10 for Physicians
- Patient Access Specialist
- Professionalism in Health Care
- Survey of Pharmacology
- Universal Precautions
Information Technology Courses Overview > CompTIA N+
Certifying Body: CompTIA
This online course provides the foundation-level knowledge and skills necessary to become an IT network practitioner. This course is mapped to the CompTIA N+ certification exam objectives to enable the learner to take the exam. The course reviews the knowledge and skills necessary to manage, maintain, troubleshoot, install, operate, and configure basic network infrastructure. This course also describes networking technologies, basic design principles, adhering to wiring standards, and using testing tools. It is recommended that the target audience should have CompTIA A+ certification or equivalent knowledge (though CompTIA A+ certification is not required), and at least 9 to 12 months of work experience in IT networking.
The CompTIA N+ course is offered in both Instructor-Led and Self-Directed course formats.
The CompTIA N+ course and all of our other courses are also available for corporate training programs. Learn more about our tailored Corporate Training and Employee Development Programs.
- Explain computer network features, such as packet switching and the OSI and TCP/IP layered models
- Explain common Application Layer services and protocols
- Explain the operation of Transport Layer protocols
- Explain the characteristics of an IP network, internetwork routing, and routing protocols
- Describe different types of and different purposes for IPv4 addresses
- Calculate IPv4 subnets and masks
- Describe IPv6 addresses
- Explain the operation of Ethernet and LAN switching processes, including VLANs and STP
- Describe WAN technologies
- Compare the features and installation of wired and wireless networking media
- Apply basic security techniques to mitigate identified network threats and vulnerabilities
- Apply fundamental network design, configuration, and troubleshooting methods
None. However, it is recommended that the target audience should have CompTIA A+ certification or equivalent knowledge (though CompTIA A+ certification is not required), and at least 9 to 12 months of work experience in IT networking. Additionally, students are advised that they may need to meet specific eligibility requirements to be allowed by the certifying body (CompTIA) to sit for a certifying exam. Relevant information can be found at CompTIA.
Lesson 1: Computer Networking Overview
Lesson 2: The Transport Layer
Lesson 3: The Network Layer
Lesson 4: IP Addressing
Lesson 5: The Data Link Layer
Lesson 6: The Physical Layer
Lesson 7: Network Security
Lesson 8: Network Operation and Management
Required Textbooks: All required reading material is included within the online course.
Teaching Aides: The course includes podcasts of each lesson, multimedia presentations and online success strategies.
Physical Equipment for Practical Experience: Students must have access to a computer that meets the technology requirements outlined in the Denver Learning Institute Catalog.
The CompTIA N+ certification examination is not offered by the Denver Learning Institute, and there is no guarantee of passage of the examination. Students will need to separately register for the examination and pay the related examination fees, which are not included in the prices listed herein.