DCIP

DCIP, a program specially designed for working people or final year college/university students who wish to have a head start in their IT career.

Career advancement

The IT industry changes very rapidly. Newer, faster, better products are being added all the time. It is challenging to keep up with all the developments needed to perform best at an IT job these days. Yet, mastering the latest technologies is essential for career advancement and promotion.

As a working professional or administrator who is already in IT, or one who is trying to move into IT, you would be very busy and might have difficulty finding time to keep up with the latest developments and latest technologies. We have a solution …

Unique program for working adults

Consider the DCIP option! This is a unique program! You spend one year continuing to work while taking night classes and you attain the following accomplishments:

  1. you get a DCIP certificate that’s very valuable in performing your job more efficiently.
  2. you have studied for about 10 IT industry certifications, e.g., CCNA, MCSE
  3. you are now favorably placed for career advancement.
  4. Having now been equipped with the knowledge equivalent to about 10 IT industry standard certifications for which you can take certification exams anytime convenient to you.

Taking the equivalent short courses for these certifications would cost about at least double. This alone would be a unbeatable value. On top of this, you will also be awarded a DCIP (Daniel Certified Infocom Professional) from Daniel Wireless LLC (USA) in recognition of the IT knowledge and practical experience you have gathered this one year period. DCIP is an industry-focused certification, so you get the skills you need to work in today’s IT industry.

What’s included in DCIP program

1) CompTIA N+

2) Windows 7(MCTS: Windows 7)

3) Windows 2003 Server Operating System (070-290)

4) Windows 2003 Implementing Network Infrastructure (070-291)

5) Windows 2003 Planning Network Infrastructure (070-293)

6) Windows 2003 Active Directory (070-294)

7) Windows 2003 Designing Active Directory (070-297)

8) Windows Exchange Server 2007 (070-236)

9) Routing and Switching (CCNA 640-802)

10) Linux OS Fundamentals (RH-033)

11) Linux OS Administration (RH-133)

12) Linux OS Network and Security (RH-253)

Schedule

Students will attend classes 3 evenings a week from 7:00pm to 10:00pm

Altogether there will be 9 hours a week of classes.

Too much commitment?

If the one-year program sounds like more than you need, or too much of a commitment, do consider also an alternative: our individual short IT courses. These are intense courses typically a few days or a few weeks long depending on the short course.

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