The CNAP programme is divided into semesters. There are four semesters in total, each covering a specific part of the CNAP curriculum. A student studies the Semesters 1 to 4 in sequence. Starting with Semester 1, the student progresses by passing each Semester in turn until all four are completed, thus obtaining the CNAP qualification.
Semester Content Overview
Semester 1 - covers network foundations. You are introduced to fundamental communication theory, network components and protocols and learn how to make and test different cable types.
Semester 2 - is real router hands-on time. You learn about the Cisco IOS and important key configuration issues for interfaces and IP set-ups.
Semester 3 - More router hands-on, learning how to filter different traffic types. You will also take your first steps in LAN design using switch technology and study key concepts in network management eg VLANS.
Semester 4 - This semester completes the CNAP program with more hands-on and a close look at WAN technologies. For example ISDN and Frame Relay are studied, culminating in a substantial integrated LAN/WAN design project.
Duration and Delivery
Year 1 - Semester 1: Weds - 6.00pm-9.00pm & Semester 2: Weds & Thurs - 6.00pm-9.00pm
Year 2 - Semester 3: Tues & Thurs - 6.00pm-9.00pm & Semester 4: Tues 6.00pm-9.00pm
Kingston College Triumph in Badminton at AoC Sport Regional Championships 2018 +Kingston College took part in the AoC Sport London Regional Badminton tournament held at University of East London Sports Dock on Friday 16th November 2018. We entered the maximum of three male students and three female students who regularly attend the KC Active extracurricular training sessions. The students had to… Read More