Broadband Networking Services
20 Credits | 2 Years
Career Cluster: Information Technology
Learn about the technologies of today and tomorrow to help people connect to a better future. In Broadband Services you'll be responsible for connecting a home or business to high-speed Internet. The third level of the Broadband Academy, this level covers information security, fiber optics and networking.
In the Broadband Networking Services program is designed to provide skills in information security and fiber optics outside plans. You will also receive a certificate in Networking Professional, which includes courses in Wireless LAN, Cisco CCNA 1 Introduction to Networks, Cisco CCNA 2 Routing and Switching Essentials, Cisco CCNA 3 Scaling Networks and Cisco CCNA 4 Connecting Networks.
Broadband Networking Services is the third level of the Broadband Academy, a three-level program that allows you to build or advance your career. Students of the Academy can opt to complete 1, 2 or all 3 levels with the flexibility of online learning and the potential for “Credit for Prior Learning.”
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After completing this 20 credit technical diploma, you'll be ready for a rewarding career that specializes in broadband services for the broadband industry.
Conveniently take classes online.
Complete the diploma in less than one year.
Broadband Networking Services is available fully online. Registration is open for Broadband Networking Services.
Broadband instructors have worked in the industry. Cellular, CATV, Fiber Optics, Networking and Construction are all some of the positions held by instructors.
Unique in the State
There is no other program like this in Wisconsin. You'll gain a specific set of skills that employers in this field look for in an employee.
Build upon your education with career pathways. Upon completion of this technical diploma, you can continue advance your skills and transfer your credits to obtain the Broadband Technologies technical diploma.
Broadband Networking Services is Part of a Career Pathway
As a Broadband Networking Services student at WITC, you can earn credentials each step of the way.
You could take this first and get a credential.
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Admissions and Tuition
WITC has a simple three-step admissions process that can be completed in one visit. Fill out the application form either online or at a campus, complete an assessment and meet with a WITC counselor. In the meeting, you'll discuss your goals and the counselor will make sure you're getting the most out of your education and the best bang for your buck.
Tuition and Fees
WITC breaks down the cost of education, so you'll have a good idea of how much your education will cost.
Financial aid is available to help you pay for your education. It can come in the form of grants, loans, federal work study, military and veterans benefits, division of vocational rehabilitation benefits and scholarships.
Estimated Total Program Costs*
Broadband Networking Services
20 Credits | Less than 1 year
$2,920 In Tuition and Fees
*Tuition is an estimate and does not include any miscellaneous fees for various courses, tools, books, supplies or uniforms. Program book costs are in addition to tuition and fees and vary depending on course selection and where the books are purchased or rented.
After the WITC Broadband Networking Services Program
Upon completion of the program, you will obtain a Broadband Networking Services technical certificate.
This IMPACT (Interfacing Manufacturing Process and Connecting Technologies) program is 100% funded with an H-1B TechHire Partnership $5 million grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration.
This program is an equal opportunity program and auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. (Contact 1.800.243.9482 TTY 711 for program information.)
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