Courses that Provide Technical Skills-Training
Below you will find details on which skills you have been trained with from our Networking Academy courses. When you use the Matching Engine, you will be required to fill out your skills proficiency and the below details will help you understand how to transcribe your courses to skills you have been trained with. Knowing what you are trained in will also help you as you speak with others about your skillset and what you have to offer to future employers. Though your coursework does not count as practical experience in the subject, it does mean that you have been trained and are informed.
We focus on defining the technical skills as they fall under these categories:
- Networking Engineering
- Data Center
- Emerging Technologies
- Software Skills
Think of each of your technical skills as having three concentrations of expertise – depth of aptitude. Here is a breakdown that we use on the Matching Engine to define each of the technical proficiencies to employers:
- Deploy: develop, implement, install, configure, customize
- Design: discover, plan, analyze, scope
- Manage: support, maintain, helpdesk, troubleshoot
For each course, we have outlined a summary of the skills gained and the terms used to highlight these skills on your Matching Engine profile. The summary is an expansion of what the skills mean regarding how we frame it on the Matching Engine for candidates and employers. Keep in mind, these are skills you have been trained with once you have successfully completed the corresponding Networking Academy course.