College of Business informatics Holds Network Training Course (CISCO).

  • 2017-08-13
  • In BIC
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The College of Business Informatics held a training course in networking (CCNA1, CCNA2) for college students during the summer vacation.

The course was based on the directives of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research to rehabilitate graduate students and adapt them to the requirements of the labor market in Iraq. The course included lectures on the application of wired and wireless networks according to the methods adopted by the American company CISCO (CCNA1, CCNA2) and the third within the college program during the summer vacation. Students participating in the course will receive the CISCO International Networking Certificate, which will enable them to work in the government and private sectors. The Department of Continuous Education at the University of Information and Technology and Communications (UOITC) is an accredited center of the CISCO International Academy for training courses and certificates recognized by the Academy. The College also held two free courses in Basic Basic Logic and Programming Fundamentals in C ++ for the first and second stages during the month of August in preparation for the second round examinations