This course is a review of the fundamental operational requirements applicable to Pulse, Doppler,
CW, and FM RADAR Systems, the installation, repair, and troubleshooting of such systems, RADAR system/component human safety regulations, and the electro-‐magnetic spectrum as it relates to commercial RADAR systems in accordance with U.S. federal government (FCC) requirements. This course is endorsed by the United States Federal Communication Commission (FCC) for licensure. This course is 16 hours and equivalent to 1.6 CEUs.
This course is dedicated to the preparation for the new, highly important federal license for telecommunications employees. Class participants are prepared to take the U.S Federal Communications Commission (FCC) examination. The examination is a 100-‐question instrument consisting of Element 1 (Federal Law) 24 questions, and Element 3 (Communications Technology) 76 questions. This course is 16 hours and equivalent to 1.6 CEUs.
This course focuses on the necessity of a comprehensive security policy and how it affects the posture of the network. Students will be able to perform basic tasks to secure a small branch type of office network using Cisco IOS security features available through web-based GUIs (Cisco Router and Security Device Manager) and the command‐line interface on Cisco routers and switches. This course is 40 hours and equivalent to 4.0 CEUs.
This course is targeted toward an Information Technology or Telecom professional who has
Networking and administrative skills in Windows‐based TCP/IP networks and familiarity with other operating systems, such as OS X, Unix, or Linux, and who wants to further a career in IT or Telecom by acquiring a foundational knowledge of security topics. This course will also provide the foundation for advanced security certifications or career roles. This course is 40 hours and equivalent to 4.0 CEUs.