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Beginner in networking


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toby.williams

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Hi I am Josh. I am looking forward to do course in networking. As a beginner, which course will be suitable for me?
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Hi, Josh

Welcome to Geeks2Go!

It all depends on exactly how far you want to go with it. If you would like to know a bit more about networking then look at this post Home Networking & Printer/File Sharing by SpaceCowboy706. He is one of the well trusted techs on this site.

Otherwise if you are looking at getting certified then you can look at doing a CompTIA N+ exam. There are many places that offer training for the exam. It all depends on how in depth you want to get in it. The CompTIA A+ exam gives you the basic understanding of the entire computer as well as a bit of networking basics. Do some searching on Google to find something near you.

Hope it helps :)
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Hi Thanks for your prompt reply. I wanted to do a short term instructor led training before taking up the exam. Please sugegst.
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What is a boot camp? Are they helpful?
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