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This training course in Azure Fundamentals is tailored for IT professionals who are new to Azure. This audience is eager to acquaint themselves with our offerings and gain practical exposure to the product.
Entry Requirements
Key Topics
  • Module 1: Cloud computing concepts.
    • Define cloud computing.
    • Describe the shared responsibility model.
    • Define cloud models, including public, private, and hybrid.
    • Identify appropriate use cases for each cloud model.
    • Describe the consumption-based model.
    • Compare cloud pricing models.
  • Module 2: Benefits of using cloud services
    • Describe the benefits of high availability and scalability in the cloud.
    • Describe the benefits of reliability and predictability in the cloud.
    • Describe the benefits of security and governance in the cloud.
    • Describe the benefits of manageability in the cloud.
  • Module 3: Cloud service types
    • Describe Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS).
    • Describe Platform as a Service (PaaS).
    • Describe Software as a Service (SaaS).
    • Identify appropriate use cases for each cloud service (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS).
  • Module 4: Azure architectural components
    • Describe Azure regions, region pairs, and sovereign regions.
    • Describe Availability Zones.
    • Describe Azure data centres.
    • Describe Azure resources and Resource Groups.
    • Describe subscriptions.
    • Describe management groups.
    • Describe the hierarchy of resource groups, subscriptions, and management groups.
  • Module 5: Azure compute and networking services
    • Compare compute types, including container instances, virtual machines, and functions.
    • Describe virtual machine (VM) options, including VMs, Virtual Machine Scale Sets, availability sets, Azure Virtual Desktop.
    • Describe resources required for virtual machines.
    • Describe application hosting options, including Azure Web Apps, containers, and virtual machines.
    • Describe virtual networking, including the purpose of Azure Virtual Networks, Azure virtual subnets, peering, Azure DNS, VPN Gateway, and ExpressRoute.
    • Define public and private endpoints.
  • Module 6: Azure storage services
    • Compare Azure storage services.
    • Describe storage tiers.
    • Describe redundancy options.
    • Describe storage account options and storage types.
    • Identify options for moving files, including AzCopy, Azure Storage Explorer, and Azure File Sync.
    • Describe migration options, including Azure Migrate and Azure Data Box.
  • Module 7: Azure identity, access and security
    • Describe directory services in Azure, including Azure Active Directory (AD) and Azure AD DS.
    • Describe authentication methods in Azure, including single sign-on (SSO), multifactor authentication (MFA), and passwordless.
    • Describe external identities and guest access in Azure.
    • Describe Azure AD Conditional Access.
    • Describe Azure Role Based Access Control (RBAC).
    • Describe the concept of Zero Trust.
    • Describe the purpose of the defense in depth model.
    • Describe the purpose of Microsoft Defender for Cloud.
  • Module 8: Cost management in Azure
    • Describe factors that can affect costs in Azure.
    • Compare the Pricing calculator and Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) calculator.
    • Describe Azure Cost Management Tool.
    • Describe the purpose of tags.
  • Module 9: Tools for governance and compliance in Azure
    • Describe the purpose of Azure Blueprints.
    • Describe the purpose of Azure Policy.
    • Describe the purpose of resource locks.
    • Describe the purpose of the Service Trust portal.
  • Module 10: Tools for managing and deploying Azure resources
    • Describe Azure portal.
    • Describe Azure Cloud Shell, including Azure CLI and Azure PowerShell.
    • Describe the purpose of Azure Arc.
    • Describe Azure Resource Manager (ARM) and Azure ARM templates.
  • Module 11: Monitoring tools in Azure
    • Describe the purpose of Azure Advisor
    • Describe Azure Service Health
    • Describe Azure Monitor, including Azure Log Analytics, Azure Monitor Alerts, and Application Insights
Duration
2 years full-time
Study Mode
In person
Domestic Tuition Fees
$1,900 total
International Tuition Fees
$1,900 total

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In this Microsoft 365 Fundamentals course, you will learn how to:Differentiate between the various cloud service models.Identify the key differences between Microsoft 365 subscriptions.Plan for migration to Microsoft 365 services.Name key differences between Microsoft on-premises services and...
Entry Requirements
Key Topics

Module 1: Cloud computing

  • Define cloud computing.
  • Describe the shared responsibility model.
  • Define cloud models, including public, private, and hybrid.
  • Identify appropriate use cases for each cloud model.
  • Describe the consumption-based model.
  • Compare cloud pricing models.

Module 2: Benefits of using cloud services

  • Describe the benefits of high availability and scalability in the cloud.
  • Describe the benefits of reliability and predictability in the cloud.
  • Describe the benefits of security and governance in the cloud.
  • Describe the benefits of manageability in the cloud.

Module 3: Cloud service types

  • Describe Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS).
  • Describe Platform as a Service (PaaS).
  • Describe Software as a Service (SaaS).
  • Identify appropriate use cases for each cloud service (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS)

Module 4: What is Microsoft 365

  • Describe Office 365, Microsoft 365, and Windows 365
  • Describe how Microsoft 365 empowers workers for hybrid and flexible work
  • Create a Microsoft 365 trial organization

Module 5: Productivity solutions of Microsoft 365

  • Describe how the capabilities of Microsoft 365 can boost productivity
  • Describe how Microsoft 365 Apps help people craft compelling content in real time
  • Describe how the capabilities of the work management tools optimize operations
  • Describe additional Microsoft 365 productivity apps

Module 6: Collaboration solutions of Microsoft 365

  • Describe how the collaboration tools of Microsoft 365 promote synergy in the workplace
  • Describe how Microsoft Teams helps boost teamwork
  • Describe how Microsoft Viva helps organizations create thriving work cultures
  • Describe how Yammer communities can help foster connections within your organization

Module 7: Endpoint modernisation, management concepts and deployment options of Microsoft 365:

  • Describe the endpoint modern management capabilities of Microsoft 365
  • Describe the differences between Windows 365 and Azure Virtual Desktop
  • Describe the deployment and release models for Windows-as-a-Service
  • Describe the deployment methods and update channels for Microsoft 365 Apps

Module 8: Analytics capabilities of Microsoft 365

  • Describe how Viva Insights helps people and organizations work smarter and achieve balance
  • Describe the capabilities of the Microsoft 365 admin center and user portal
  • Describe the reports available in the Microsoft 365 admin center and other admin centers

Module 9: Services and identity types of Azure AD

  • Describe what Azure AD does.
  • Describe the types of identities Azure AD supports.

Module 10: Access management capabilities of Azure AD

  • Describe Conditional Access in Azure AD.
  • Describe the benefits of Azure AD roles and role-based access control

Module 11: Threat protection with Microsoft 365 Defender

  • Describe the Microsoft 365 Defender service.
  • Describe how Microsoft 365 Defender provides integrated protection against sophisticated attacks.
  • Describe and explore the Microsoft 365 Defender portal.

Module 12: Security capabilities of Microsoft Sentinel

  • Describe the security concepts for SIEM and SOAR.
  • Describe how Microsoft Sentinel provides integrated threat management.
  • Describe the pricing models of Microsoft Sentinel.

Module 13: Compliance management capabilities of Microsoft Purview

  • Describe the Microsoft Purview compliance portal.
  • Describe Compliance Manager.
  • Describe the use and benefits of compliance score.

Module 14: Service Trust Portal and Privacy at Microsoft

  • Describe the offerings of the Service Trust Portal.
  • Describe Microsoft's Privacy principles.
  • Describe Microsoft Priva

Module 15: Microsoft 365 pricing, licensing, and billing options

  • Describe the pricing models available for Microsoft Cloud services
  • Describe billing management features such as billing frequency and methods of payment
  • Describe the differences between base licensing and add-on licensing

Module 16: Support offerings for Microsoft 365 services

    • Describe the support offerings available for Microsoft 365 and how to create a support request
    • Describe service level agreement (SLA) concepts
    • Identify how to track service health through the Microsoft 365 admin center
    • Describe how organizations can provide feedback on Microsoft 365 products and services
Study Mode
In person
Domestic Tuition Fees
$990 total
International Tuition Fees
$990 total

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The CAPM shows the world that you possess the foundational knowledge and skills that project teams demand. It proves that you're ready to take on a wide range of projects too-with ways of working that include predictive project management, agile principles and business analysis.
Entry Requirements

To sit for the exam, you must meet the following CAPM requirements:

  • Have a secondary degree, such as a high school diploma, GED (general educational development), or global equivalent
  • Have at least 23 hours of project management education completed before the exam
Study Mode
In person, Online
Domestic Tuition Fees
$2,900 total
International Tuition Fees
$2,900 total

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A single breach can have huge consequences for a company, hurting the bottom line and causing disruption in the daily lives of millions of people. That is why the demand for security professionals continues to grow.
Study Mode
In person, Online

Certificate

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This course is designed for persons who want to work as telecommunications technology operators.
Entry Requirements
Entry Requirements
  • Age:
    • Domestic students must be 16 years or above at the time of application to study at NIT.
    • International students must be 18 years or above before the commencement of study at NIT.
  • Academic
    • To check the academic entry requirements, refer to the Academic Entry Requirements web page.
  • English Language Proficiency
    • Overall IELTS band score of 5.5, with no band score less than 5.0; or
    • An equivalent score in another English Language Proficiency Test acceptable by National Institute of Technology; or
    • An alternative English language proficiency evidence that is acceptable by National Institute of Technology.

      Click here to check the English language proficiency tests and alternative English language proficiency evidence acceptable by NIT

Study Mode
In person

Diploma

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The Advanced Diploma of Information Technology (Telecommunications Network Engineering) course at National Institute of Technology is designed to prepare you with the skills and knowledge required for telecommunication network planning.
Entry Requirements
Entry Requirements
  • Age:
    • Domestic students must be 16 years or above at the time of application to study at NIT.
    • International students must be 18 years or above before commencement of study at NIT.
  • Academic
    • To check the academic entry requirements, refer to the Academic Entry Requirements web page.
  • English Language Proficiency
    • Overall IELTS band score of 5.5, with no band score less than 5.0; or
    • An equivalent score in another English Language Proficiency Test acceptable by National Institute of Technology; or
    • An alternative English language proficiency evidence that is acceptable by National Institute of Technology.

      Click here to check the English language proficiency tests and alternative English language proficiency evidence acceptable by National Institute of Technology.

Study Mode
In person

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Our focus is to help you develop the skills and knowledge you need to get a job or advance your career.

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How great would it be to write your own computer program? Python is a multi-paradigm programming language used by start-ups and tech giants like Google, Facebook, Netflix, and more.
Duration
5 years full-time
Study Mode
In person
Domestic Tuition Fees
$1,900 total
International Tuition Fees
$1,900 total

Diploma

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The Diploma of Information Technology (Web development) course is designed to train you in a wide range of web development skills. These skills are required to build and maintain commercial websites and web applications.
Entry Requirements
Entry Requirements
  • Age:
    • Domestic students must be 16 years or above at the time of application to study at NIT.
    • International students must be 18 years or above before commencement of study at NIT.
  • Academic
    • To check the academic entry requirements, refer to the Academic Entry Requirements web page.
  • English Language Proficiency
    • Overall IELTS band score of 5.5, with no band score less than 5.0; or
    • An equivalent score in another English Language Proficiency Test acceptable by National Institute of Technology; or
    • An alternative English language proficiency evidence that is acceptable by National Institute of Technology.

      Click here to check the English language proficiency tests and alternative English language proficiency evidence acceptable by National Institute of Technology.

Duration
52 weeks full-time
Study Mode
In person

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Cybersecurity training has become an essential component of cybersecurity strategy and implementation in almost all organisations.
Study Mode
In person, Online
Domestic Tuition Fees
$990 total
International Tuition Fees
$990 total

Diploma

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This course is designed to provide you with training in the skills and knowledge required to become a computer networking professional.
Entry Requirements
Entry Requirements
  • Age:
    • Domestic students must be 16 years or above at the time of application to study at NIT.
    • International students must be 18 years or above before the commencement of study at NIT.
  • Academic
    • To check the academic entry requirements, refer to the Academic Entry Requirements web page.
  • English Language Proficiency
    • Overall IELTS band score of 5.5, with no band score less than 5.0; or
    • An equivalent score in another English Language Proficiency Test acceptable by National Institute of Technology; or
    • An alternative English language proficiency evidence that is acceptable by National Institute of Technology.

      Click here to check the English language proficiency tests and alternative English language proficiency evidence acceptable by NIT

Duration
52 weeks full-time
Study Mode
In person

Diploma

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This qualification in civil and structural engineering design provides you with the skills and knowledge to work on various residential and commercial building projects.
Entry Requirements
Entry Requirements
  • Age:
    • Domestic students must be 16 years or above at the time of application to study at NIT.
    • International students must be 18 years or above before commencement of study at NIT.
  • Academic
    • To check the academic entry requirements, refer to the Academic Entry Requirements web page.
  • English Language Proficiency
    • Overall IELTS band score of 5.5, with no band score less than 5.0; or
    • An equivalent score in another English Language Proficiency Test acceptable by the National Institute of Technology; or
    • An alternative English language proficiency evidence that is acceptable by the National Institute of Technology.

      Click here to check the English language proficiency tests and alternative English language proficiency evidence acceptable by the National Institute of Technology.

Duration
104 weeks full-time
Study Mode
In person