Teaming up for the same network

(From left) Kerk and Dr Lee exchanging documents to seal the deal at the signing ceremony.

NETWORK engineers, support technicians and system administrators are often in great demand as global network infrastructures and technologies become more developed and established. 

However, industry leaders in information technology (IT) usually focus on training or certification based on their own product knowledge and technologies. In order to provide a more balanced approach to networking, INTI College Malaysia and NetPath Sdn Bhd have come up with a comprehensive training programme to enhance networking skills.  

NetPath Sdn Bhd will introduce a structured TCP/IP network technology known as NetGuru to guide participants in a networking environment. The programme aims to provide participants with a strong grounding in theory as well as practical application in a real-world environment. 

Basically, the training programme involves three important components – a lab platform, lab software and training courseware. 

It will be presented in two parts and covers a wide range of topics, from fundamental theory to network services. 

INTI College senior vice-president Dr Lee Fah Onn signed the agreement with NetPath Sdn Bhd president Kerk Chin Liong in the presence of School of Computing and Information Technology dean Tan Guan Chin and NetPath Sdn Bhd advisor Dr Yap Sue Pin. 

The programme is open to all IT and non-IT students and INTI alumni who are interested in keeping abreast of the evolving world of networking technology.  

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