List of Courses at IMT

Computer Intro Course

COMPUTER OPERATING SYSTEMS


1: Introduction
  • Definition of Computer
  • Computer system
  • Difference between software & Application software
  • Booting and types
  • Desktop background, Icon, Time and Date, Calculator, Changing desktop background, screensaver, customizing mouse Icon & button.
  • Folder & sub folder, Creation of folder, Deleting of folder, restoring folder, file, copying files from document to folder and vice versa, copying from folder to folder, customizing folder.
  • Formatting floppy drive, removable drive, creating user account, working with back up & how to restore, Deleting user Account.
  • Playing Audio and Video cd & copying them.
  • On screen keyboard & Address book.
  • Notepad & WordPad

2. MICROSOFT OFFICE (MS WORD)

  • Definition, Loading, environment, changing views, opening a document, creating New document, exiting word, saving, difference between Save & Save as.
  • Undo & Redo, Page set up, Find, Replace & Go to, Paste special, Copy & Paste, Cut, office clipboard.
  • Task pane, Header & Footer, Full screen, Zoom, Toolbars, Thumbnails, Page number, Date & time, Symbol, Textbox, Auto correct, Auto text , Auto.
  • Correct options, File, Font, Paragraph, Bullet & Numbering, and Border & Shading.
  • Columns, Drop Cap, Changing case, Background, Theme, Auto format, Clip art, From file, From scanner or Camera, Auto shapes, Word art, Spelling & Grammar, Word count, Text wrapping, Letters & Mailings, Protect document, Security Options.
  • Thesaurus, Hyphenation, Letter Wizard (Resume Wizard), Drawing Tables, Table Auto format, Order (Arrange) , Drawing Bar, Format painter, Alignment, Subscript, Raised, Lowered, Short cut Keys.

3. POWER POINT

  • Definition, Loading, ways of creating presentation, Applying slide, Slide master
  • Design template, Slide Layout, Color scheme or Background
  • Custom animation, Slide Transition, Color / Grayscale, Animation scheme
  • View/show, Set up show, Copy to CD, Bringing in Sound & Hiding Sound Icon.

4. Excel

  • Working with the Excel interface
  • Entering data
  • Formatting rows, columns, cells, and data
  • Adjusting rows and columns
  • Adding, Multiplying, Division, subtracting, Dragging Answer, Calculation
  • Finding and replacing data
  • Creating charts and PivotTables
  • Inserting and deleting sheets
  • Sorting data
  • Printing and sharing worksheets

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Note : CERTIFIED MICROSOFT OFFICE SUITS course is required to enhance understanding of this course


1: COREL DRAW

  • Definition, Loading, Environment, Version, Page set up, Pick tool, Knife tool, Eraser tool, Smudge brush, Roughen brush, Drawing Family, Rectangle & Eclipse, Interactive family.
  • Text tool, Weld, Trim, Intersect, simplify, Add perspective, Copy Properties from.
  • Import, Export, Power Clip, Fix text to path, Paragraph text, Bitmap, Editing Bitmaps, Rotate, Fountain fill, Shortcut Key.
  • Scanning,Eye dropper & Bucket, Breaking text apart, Converting Text to Curves.

2: INTERNET, NETWORKING & RESOURCE SHARING

  • nternet Browsing & Research training
  • LAN Networking & resource sharing

3: Photoshop CS

  • Opening documents in Photoshop
  • Opening files from Bridge and Lightroom
  • Working with multiple documents
  • Panning and zooming documents
  • Customizing the Photoshop interface
  • Understanding file formats
  • Cropping and transforming images
  • Working with layers and layer masks
  • Making selections
  • Removing distracting elements
  • Getting to know the blend modes
  • Applying filters

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Web Design & Development

A Web designer is someone who prepares content for the Web. This role is mainly related to the styling and layout of pages with content, including text and images. Web designers use many technologies but commonly rely tool or web application like Wordpress, Joomla, Drupla etc.

Wordpress

Note : This section is divided into module so pick one out of the modules


Module 1: Wordpress

  • Installing WordPress
  • Creating posts and pages
  • Formatting text
  • Publishing and scheduling posts
  • Adding images, audio, and video
  • Bulk editing posts and pages
  • Working with reusable blocks
  • Finding a theme and site images
  • Customizing colors, fonts, and menus
  • Setting up your webpages
  • Adding contact forms and social media buttons
  • Testing your site
  • Securing your site

Advance Wordpress

Module 1 which is the basic of wordpress is required

  • Installing and Running WordPress: Shared Hosting
  • WordPress: Ecommerce
  • WordPress: Developing Secure Sites

Joomla

  • Setting Joomla up
  • Touring the Joomla! interface
  • Creating and editing categories
  • Adding links and images to articles
  • Creating basic menus
  • Configuring category lists
  • Creating a dropdown menu
Introduction

A web developer is a programmer who specializes in, or is specifically engaged in, the development of World Wide Web applications using a client–server model. The applications typically use HTML, CSS and JavaScript in the client, PHP, ASP.NET (C#) or Java in the server, and http for communications between client and server.

Module 1: Front End Developer

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • JAVASCRIPT (Jquery)
  • Bootstrap

Note : You pick one out of our backend programming lanaguge

Module 2: Backend Developer

  • PHP
  • ASP.NET(C#)
  • JAVA EE
  • Python(Django)

Packages Details

To be CERTIFIED WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPER we teach you module 1 and 1 out of module 2 which maybe either PHP, ASP.NET, JAVA EEE, Django

Computer Programming & Coding


Getting Started with Java

  • What is Java?
  • How to Get Java
  • A First Java Program
  • Compiling and Interpreting Applications
  • The JSDK Directory Structure

Language Fundamentals

  • A Java Program
  • If Statements
  • Switch Statements
  • Loop Statements
  • Syntax Details
  • Primitive Datatypes
  • Variables
  • Expressions in Java
  • Strings
  • Arrays
  • Enhanced for Loop

Objects and Classes

  • Multi-Tier Architecture
  • Distributed Architecture
  • Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)
  • Web Application Architecture
  • Model View Control Components

Presentation Layer Components

  • Defining a Class
  • Creating an Object/li>
  • Instance Data and Class Data
  • Methods
  • Constructors
  • Access Modifiers
  • Encapsulation

Using Java Objects

  • Printing to the Console
  • printf Format Strings
  • StringBuilder and StringBuffer
  • Methods and Messages toString
  • Parameter Passing
  • Comparing and Identifying Objects
  • Destroying Objects
  • The Primitive-Type Wrapper Classes
  • Enumerated Types

Inheritance in Java

  • Inheritance
  • Inheritance in Java
  • Casting
  • Method Overriding
  • Polymorphism
  • super
  • The Object Class

Advanced Inheritance and Generics

  • Abstract Classes
  • Interfaces
  • Using Interfaces
  • Collections
  • Generics
  • Comparable

Packages

  • Packages
  • The import Statement
  • Static Imports
  • CLASSPATH and Import
  • Defining Packages
  • Package Scope

Input/Output Streams

  • Overview of Streams
  • Bytes vs. Characters
  • Converting Byte Streams to Character Streams
  • File Object
  • Binary Input and Output
  • PrintWriter Class
  • Reading and Writing Objects
  • Closing Streams

Core Collection Classes

  • The Collections Framework
  • The Set Interface
  • Set Implementation Classes
  • The List Interface
  • List Implementation Classes
  • The Queue Interface
  • Queue Implementation Classes
  • The Map Interface
  • Map Implementation Classes

Collection Sorting and Tuning

  • Sorting with Comparable
  • Sorting with Comparator
  • Sorting Lists and Arrays
  • Collections Utility Methods
  • Tuning ArrayList
  • Tuning HashMap and HashSet

Beginning Python Programing


1: Introduction to Python
  • Installation and Working with Python
  • Understanding Python variables
  • Python basic Operators
  • Understanding python blocks

2: Python Data Types

  • Declaring and using Numeric data types: int, float, complex
  • Using string data type and string operations
  • Defining list and list slicing
  • Use of Tuple data type

3: Python Program Flow Control

  • Conditional blocks using if, else and elif
  • Simple for loops in python
  • For loop using ranges, string, list and dictionaries
  • Use of while loops in python
  • Loop manipulation using pass, continue, break and else
  • Programming using Python conditional and loops block

4: Python Functions, Modules and Packages

  • Organizing python codes using functions
  • Organizing python projects into modules
  • Importing own module as well as external modules
  • Understanding Packages
  • Powerful Lamda function in python
  • Programming using functions, modules and external packages

5: Python String, List and Dictionary Manipulations

  • Building blocks of python programs
  • Understanding string in build methods
  • List manipulation using in build methods
  • Understanding read functions, read(), readline() and readlines()
  • Understanding write functions, write() and writelines()
  • Manipulating file pointer using seek
  • Programming using file operations
  • Dictionary manipulation
  • Programming using string, list and dictionary in build functions

6: Python File Operation

  • Reading files in python
  • Writing log files in python

Advance Python Programing


7: Python Object Oriented Programming – Oops
  • Concept of class, object and instances
  • Constructor, class attributes and destructors
  • Inheritance, overlapping and overloading operators
  • Adding and retrieving dynamic attributes of classes
  • Programming using Oops support

8: Network Programming

  • Sockets, Clients and Servers
  • Application protocols
  • Forking servers and Threaded servers
  • Binary data
  • The struct module

8: Network Programming

  • Sockets, Clients and Servers
  • Application protocols
  • Forking servers and Threaded servers
  • Binary data
  • The struct module

9: Python Exception Handling

  • Avoiding code break using exception handling
  • Safe guarding file operation using exception handling
  • Handling and helping developer with error code
  • Programming using Exception handling

10: Python Database Interaction

  • SQL Database connection using python
  • Creating and searching tables
  • Reading and storing information on database
  • Programming using database connections

11: Python Multithreading

  • Understanding threads
  • Forking threads
  • Synchronizing the threads
  • Programming using multithreading

12: Contacting User through Emails Using Python

  • Installing smtp python module
  • Sending email
  • Reading from file and sending emails to all users addressing them directly for marketing

13: XML and JSON

  • Working with XML, DOM and SAX
  • Introducing Element Tree
  • Parsing XML
  • Navigating the document
  • Creating a new XML document
  • JSON
  • Parsing JSON into Python
  • Converting Python into JSON

14. GUI Programming

  • Introduction
  • Tkinter programming
  • Tkinter widgets
  • The mainwindow object
  • Colors and fonts and GUI layout
  • Event handling

Mobile Apps Design & Development

Note ...Java/OOP programming is required. the java prerequisite can be met by either having the equivalent


Introduction to Java and Android
  • Android Stack Introduction.
  • Installing Android and creating first app on emulator
  • Android Architecture and building blocks
  • Android App build process.
  • Java overview– Data types, Loops, Conditionals and Operators
  • Android UI– resources, themes, threads etc
  • Debugging in android
  • Assignments on Java Classes, Objects, Methods, Instances etc
  • Activities, Receivers, Adapters and Providers
  • Telephony System Architecture of Android

Systems Programming and JNI Concepts

  • Introduction to System programming in Android
  • Java interface
  • Native library implementation
  • Building the sample native library
  • Using native functions in Java code
  • Security and Permissions.

Android Graphics and Multimedia

  • Basic Graphics - Input Handling, Audio / Video playback
  • Assignments on playing audio and playing video
  • Accessing Files system, SD Cards
  • SQLite overview, Data Binding, Content Provider
  • Assignments and exposure to Lab infrastructure
  • UI design aspects of Apps
  • Gestures/touch/click handling
  • Instantiate UI elements at runtime
  • Views and Interacting with views

3D graphics in OpenGL and Android Widget

  • OpenGL Introduction
  • Using Threads and Models
  • Texture in OpenGL
  • Making a application in OpenGL
  • Other standard views in Android
  • Android Widget Development

Android Networking

  • Accessing the Internet
  • Using Web services
  • Using Java and Java Script
  • Location Sensing
  • Client Server Programming
  • Working with XML/JSON
  • SMS

Complete App Development

  • Developing live App and modules
  • Exposure to development on Phones/Tablets
  • Developing custom launchers and skins.
  • Full software lifecycle exposure from requirement to market launch.
  • Applications utilizing location and maps

Note Javascript programming is required. Learn javascript by applying for our web developement course


Introduction to React Native
  • How React Native works
  • Hello React Native on iOS and Android
  • Running an iOS app

Setting up your project and Firebase account

Platform APIs

  • Using the Fetch API
  • Using the Fetch API

Working with components

  • Creating style sheets
  • TouchableHighlight
  • Preparing a color list and color info
  • Creating an animation loop

Creating the app

  • Creating the app container
  • Setting up basic navigation
  • Creating a splash screen
  • Creating a login screen
  • Creating a match feature
  • Creating a post feature
  • Changing an app logo and a splash screen

Debugging an app

  • Testing on Android
  • Testing on IOS
  • Using TestFlight with internal testers

Database management & Administrator

COURSE OVERVIEW

This course is designed to help a student prepare for a career as a database administrator in both web and non web base across multiple database database management systems(DBMS) such as careers. ORACLE, MYSQL, MS-SQLserver, POSTGRE-SQL, SQLite etc. Students are expose to the skills of programming and logic with a special reference to data relationship and transactional models to enable them gain mastery over the manipulation of data stored in a digital program in every kind of data processing system. Students will be taught how to use these skill to setup a business for themselves on the web or in any related discipline of their choice following their project.

Module 1: SQL 1&2

  • Database, relational databases, data access
  • Transaction, connection Basic select statements
  • Arithmetic operations, restricting ROWS (Sorting), District keys, Column Aliases,Concatenation operation, alteration quote, comparison operations
  • clause & variables
  • functions, conditional operators
  • Coalesce case, join statements, sub-queries, cross join
  • Using DDL , DML ,DCL , User administration
  • Privileges, external tables, Oracle –LOADER, DATA-PUMP
  • Manipulating Large Data, multiple insert, using Flashback, using Rollback, commit

Module 2: ADMINISTRATION 1 & 2

  • Server, Database Server & storage Architecture
  • Processes (user & server process, creating database catalog
  • Physical and logical storage
  • Tables spaces, cloning database
  • Listener control,Oracle Net service
  • ASM Concept
  • Recovery & Backup
  • Back up concept II
  • Recovery settings ,initialization & catalog
  • RMAN Concept
  • Database Backups,
  • Database Recovery

PRE-REQUISTE

The course can be taken by a new student to the skills of computer science & database processing. Enrollment is restricted to people with the ability to read & write in basic English Language and it is ideal for anyone who is to be employed as database analysts & also website professionals, statisticians, project & inventory mangers & surveyors, scientist & system engineers. Every training is classified as a one-on-one hand on practical. Students must be ready to study individually or in group sharing tools & work theory.

Introduction
  • Loading a premade template database
  • Exploring the interface

Creating tables and new data types

  • Defining data types
  • Creating tables
  • Importing and entering data
  • Setting up relationships and primary keys
  • Adding validation rules
  • Sorting and filtering table data
  • Building queries

Forms

  • Designing forms
  • Editing forms
  • Creating reports
  • Attaching macros to buttons and tables

Maintaining an Access database

Networking

Module 1 : BASIC NETWORKING
  • Introduction to networking as a platform
  • Networking components (connectivity devices, communicating devices, communication links, network resources)
  • Network classifications
  • Network components identifications
  • Network cable termination
  • Structured networking
  • Network connection
  • Identifying internet protocol addresses
  • Configuring network adapters
  • Testing network functionality
  • Accessing workgroup computers
  • Sharing network resources
  • Setting up a wireless LAN network using access point
  • Configuring access point
  • Introduction WIFI networking

Module 2: ADVANCE NETWORKING

  • Introduction
  • Premises Cabling Today
  • Structured cabling technology
  • Structured Cabling With UTP
  • Termination of plate and patch panel

Module 3: WIRELESS NETWORKING

  • Introduction
  • Wireless in LANs
  • Distributed Antenna System (DAS)
  • Designing Wireless Networks
  • Designing Networks – Coverage
  • Designing Networks – Capacity
  • Designing Networks – Interference
  • Designing Networks – Connectivity
  • Designing Networks – Security
  • Designing Networks - Power
  • Power over Ethernet
  • Designing Networks - Future Use
1 : CCNA Systems administration

2 : Inter-networking, TCP/IP Protocols

3 : Sub-netting, Routing Protocols

4 : layer 2 switching

5 : Managing Cisco Network and WAN Technologies

6 : Understanding the Basic Routing

7 : Switch Configuration

1 : Cisco IP communication Express

2 : Feature operation and application

3 : Cisco IP Phone option

4 : Cisco CME Call processing

5 : Cisco CME PSTN Connection

6 : CME & VOIP

7 : CME & VOIP

8 : Call managers

9 : VOIP Network Administrator & Management

10 : System setup general management

11 : Maintenance & Troubleshooting Techniques

1 : Network Security principles

2 : Developing a secured network

3 : Configuring AAA

4 : Securing the Router

5 : Implementing a cryptographic solution

6 : Providing SAN Security

7 : Cisco IOS IPS

8 : Establishing a VPN Network

9 : Building a site to site VPN

10 : PKI and Asymmetric

Server Managment & Administrator

MODULE 1: WINDOWS SERVER 2008 ACTIVE DIRECTORY, CONFIGURING:
  • Installation of Windows Server 2008
  • Installing Active Directory Domain Services
  • Installing Active Directory Domain services on server core
  • Administration
  • Working with Active Directory Snap-ins
  • Creating Object in Active Directory
  • Delegation and Security of Active Directory Object
  • Users, Computers and Group Policy Infrastructure
  • Automating the creation of User Accounts
  • Supporting Users object and Accounts
  • Maintaining Active Directory Account
  • Creating Group Policy Object
  • configure Group Policy Templates
  • Managing Group Policy Scope
  • Authentication
  • Configuring Account Policy
  • Configuring audit policy by using GPOs
  • Configuring Active Directory Replication
  • Configuring the (RODC)
  • Configuring DNS for Active Directory
  • Configuring zones
  • Configuring DNS server settings
  • Configuring zone transfer and Replication
  • Configuring the AD infrastructure
  • Configuring a forest or a domain
  • Configuring trusts
  • Configuring sites
  • Configuring AD replication
  • Configuring the global catalog
  • Configuring operation masters
  • Configuring additional AD server roles
  • Configuring AD Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS)
  • Configuring AD Rights Management Service (AD RMS)
  • Configuring read-only domain controller (RODC)
  • Configuring AD Federation Services (AD FS)
  • Sites and Replication
  • Configuring Site and Subnets
  • Configuring the Global Catalog and Application Directory Partitions
  • Configuring Active Directory Replication
  • Domains and Forests
  • Configuring Active Directory Infrastructure
  • Configuring Trust
  • Managing Multiple Domain and Trust Relationship
  • Directory Business Continuity
  • Configuring Backup and Recovery
  • Monitoring Active Directory

MODULE 2: WINDOWS SERVER 2008 NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE, CONFIGURING

  • Configuring IP Addressing
  • Configuring IP Addressing and Services
  • Configuring IPv4 and IPv6 addressing
  • Configuring Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
  • Configuring routing and IPSec
  • Configuring Name Resolution
  • Configuring DNS Server & DNS ZONE
  • Configuring DNS records & replication
  • Configuring name resolution for client
  • Configuring Network Access
  • Configure remote access
  • Configure Network Access Protection
  • Configure network authentication
  • Configure wireless access
  • Configure firewall settings
  • Configuring File and Print Services
  • Configure a file server
  • Configure Distributed File System (DFS)
  • Configure shadow copy services
  • Configure backup and restore
  • Manage Disk Quotas
  • Configure and monitor print services
  • Monitoring and Managing a Network Infrastructure
  • Configure Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) server settings
  • Capture performance data
  • Monitor event logs
  • Gather network data

MODULE 3: WINDOWS SERVER 2008 APPLICATION INFRASTRUCTURE, CONFIGURING Deploy Servers

  • Deploy images by using Windows Deployment Services
  • Configure Microsoft Windows Activation
  • Configure high availability, Configure storage. Configuring Terminal Services
  • Configure Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services Remote App (TS Remote App)
  • Configure Terminal Services Gateway
  • Configure Terminal Services load balancing
  • Configure and monitor Terminal Services resources
  • Configure Terminal Services Licensing
  • Configure Terminal Services client connections
  • Configure Terminal Services server options
  • Configuring a Web Services Infrastructure
  • Configure Web applications, Manage Web sites
  • Configure a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) server
  • Configure Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP).
  • Manager Internet Information Services (IIS) Configure SSL security
  • Configure Web site authentication and permissions
  • Configuring Network Application Services , Configure Windows Media Server
  • Configure Digital Rights Management (DRM)
  • Configure Microsoft Windows Share Point Services server options
  • Configure Windows Share Point Services e-mail integration.

Fiber Optics (FOA)

1. Introduction

  • What is FTTx?
  • Why FTTH?
  • Consumer Technology

2. Who Offers FTTX

  • Telcos
  • Governments/Municipalities
  • Utilities (electrical, water, etc.)
  • Independent telcos or ISPs
  • Cooperatives
  • Private companies

3. Broadband Options

4. Where Is The Fiber Now?

  • 10% is long distance (submarine and land)
  • 10% is local loop (metropolitan)
  • 80% is subscriber loop (mostly copper)

5. Why FTTH? Why Now?

  • Worldwide Penetration Of FTTH
  • Gigabit FTTH Is Possible
  • Gigabit FTTH Is Real!
  • Gigabit FTTH Is Spreading

6. FTTH Alternative

  • DSL: Digital Subscriber Line
  • Fiber To The Curb
  • Wireless Communications
  • Super WiFi/White Space

7. FTTH Architectures

  • Home Run/Point-to-Point
  • Active Star/Ethernet Network
  • Passive Optical Network (PON)
  • PON With Cascaded Splitters
  • PON To Multi-dwelling Units
  • PON System Specifications
  • Fiber to Multi-dwelling Units

8. PON Options

  • FTTH PON Jargon
  • FTTH BPON Architecture
  • RFOG: CATV's FTTH Solution
  • Powering FTTH
  • Understanding PON Splitters
  • Splitter Power Ratios

9. New Products from FTTH

  • Distribution Hubs
  • Splice Closures
  • Optical Network Terminals
  • Connectors
  • Fusion Splice-On Connectors
  • Prefabricated Cabling
  • Prefabricated Cabling Systems
  • Bend-Insensitive Fiber
  • BI Fiber Innovation

10. New Installation Techniques

  • Microtrenching
  • Robots Install Fiber In Sewers
  • Fiber Ducts In Lawn Edging

11. FTTH Network Design

  • The Design Process
  • Part 1, Planning
  • Part 2, Component Selection
  • Part 3, Design Review
  • Part 4, Testing Plan
  • Part 5, Estimating
  • Part 6. Writing Specifications

12. FTTx Installation Issues

13. FTTx Testing Issues

  • Link Testing
  • End-To-End Testing
  • OTDR Testing From CO
  • OTDRTrace: Downstream
  • OTDR Testing From Subscriber
  • OTDR Trace: Upstream
  • Network Equipment

14. FTTx Safety Issues

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Module 1: Structured cabling applications

  • Introduction
  • Premises Cabling Today
  • Structured cabling technology
  • Structured Cabling With UTP
  • Fiber Optics in Structured Cabling
  • Wireless and VDV Cabling

Module 2: Structured Cabling Architecture

  • Introduction
  • “568” ARCHITECTURE
  • STRUCTURED CABLING DISTANCES
  • STRUCTURED CABLING COMPONENTS
  • Structured Cabling With UTP
  • Fiber Optics in Structured Cabling
  • Wireless and VDV Cabling
  • Guidelines

Module 3: Premises cabling: wiring practices

(UTP installation for premises cabling)
  • Introduction
  • UTP Cable Installation
  • VERIFYING UTP CABLE PERFORMANCE 13
  • Certification Testing
  • Power Over Ethernet
  • Coax installation
  • Testing coax

MODULE 4: Broadband connections to the Home
(Residential Technology)

  • Introduction
  • Broadband Connection to the Home
  • What Is Connected Inside The Home?
  • How do you cable a home?
  • Structured cabling inside the home

MODULE 5: Wireless Practices

  • Introduction
  • Wireless in LANs
  • Distributed Antenna System (DAS)
  • Designing Wireless Networks
    • - Designing Networks – Coverage
    • - Designing Networks – Capacity
    • - Designing Networks – Interference
    • - Designing Networks – Connectivity
    • - Designing Networks – Security
    • - Designing Networks - Power
    • - Power over Ethernet
    • - Designing Networks - Future Use

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1 : Introduction

  • Why Fiber to the Antenna
  • New Generation Cell Towers
  • Getting Signal To/From the Tower
  • Traditional Tower System
  • Today’s Tower System
  • Next Generation Tower System
  • Top of Tower Systems

2 : Fiber Optic Cable For Towers

  • Tower Cable
  • Fiber terminations
  • Prefab Cables with Outlet Boxes

3 : Installation Issues

  • Installing the Cable on a Tower
  • Rooftop or Building Installations
  • Rooftop Antennas
  • Rooftop Installations
  • Small Cells

Distributed Antenna System (DAS)

  • Cabling Options: Terminating Onsite
  • Testing the Cable

5 : Connector Inspection and Cleaning

  • Dry fiber optic cleaning tools
  • Connector Handling
  • Microscope Inspection of Connector
  • Connector Visual Inspection Video
  • Areas of Inspection
  • Visual Fault Location

6 : Loss In Fiber Optic Datalinks

  • Insertion Loss Testing On FTTA Cable
  • Insertion Loss Test Equipment And Fiber Optic Power Meters Measure dB
  • Setting “0dB” Reference
  • The Fiber Optic Loss Budget
  • Troubleshooting

7 : Optical time domain reflectometer testing

  • OTDR Splice/Connector Loss Errors
  • OTDR Trace for FTTA Loss Up and Down
  • Fiber Optic Power Meters Controls And Display
  • OTDR Measurement Uncertainty
  • OTDR Splice/Connector Loss Errors
  • Testing FTTA Cables With OTDR

Lab Exercise 1 – Connector Inspection And Cleaning

Lab Exercise 2: Visual Tracing and Fault Location

Lab Exercise 3 – Insertion Loss Testing

Lab Exercise 4 - Optical Power

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1 : Introduction

  • Structured Cabling Today

2 : Understanding Networks

  • Local Area Networks – LANs
  • LAN Architecture (Bus - Ring - Star
  • bus topology
  • ring topology
  • star topology
  • LAN History
  • LAN Connections & Cabling
  • Ethernet
  • Legacy LANs: Token Ring & FDDI
  • WiFi
  • Since 1982: 12+ Generations Of Copper
  • Since 1982: 4 Generations of Fiber

3 : Networks Today

  • Centralized Fiber – FTTD
  • Fiber to the Home (FTTx)
  • FTTH Options and LANs
  • FTTH Architecture
  • Fiber To The Office – FTTO
  • PON To Multi-dwelling Units (MDU)
  • Passive Optical LAN - POL
  • Optical LANS - OLANs
  • Common To OLANs
  • Comparing OLANs: FTTO or POL
  • Economics of OLANs

4 : Structured Cabling vs. OLAN

  • NT – Optical Network Terminal
  • ONT (triple play, voice/data/video)
  • Technical Info On PONs/POLs
  • BPON
  • GPON
  • EPON
  • PON System Specification
  • PON Architecture
  • Wavelength Provisioning
  • Understanding PON Splitters
  • Splitter Power Ratios
  • Bend-Insensitive Fiber
  • New Cables with BI Fiber
  • Connectors – Low Reflectance
  • Fusion Splice-On Connectors
  • Prefabricated Cabling Systems

5 : LAN Network Design

  • The Design Process : Part 1, Planning
  • OLAN PON Architecture Options
  • Pathways and Spaces
  • Splitter Location and Packaging
  • The Design Process: Part 2, Component Selection
  • The Design Process: Part 3, Design Review
  • Optical Power and Loss Budgets
  • Loss Budget Example
  • The Design Process: Part 4,Testing Plan
  • The Design Process- : Part 5, Estimating
  • The Design Process- : Part 6. Writing Specifications

6 : LAN Installation

7 : LAN Testing

  • End-To-End Testing
  • Testing OLAN Links
  • Testing Splitters
  • Link Testing
  • OTDR Testing Issues for OLANs
  • PON Testing Issues
  • OTDR Testing From OLT
  • OTDRTrace: Downstream
  • PON Testing Issues: OTDR Testing From ONT Upstream
  • PON Testing Issues: OTDR Testing From Subscriber
  • OTDR Trace: Upstream
  • Testing Network Equipment

8 : OLAN Safety

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COURSE OVERVIEW

Our mission is to expose our students to the rudiment of fiber optic project from Design to implementation& Documentation.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • What is involved in designing a fiber optic network?
  • How to become a sub-contractor having possessed the skill of writing and defending fiber project proposal
  • How to choose components appropriate for communication systems.
  • How to proposed routing of the cable plant affects component choice and installation, carrying out fiber route survey using Google earth and GPS
  • Using loss budgets to ensure the communications system will work over the fiber optic proposed cable plant
  • How to determine what should be tested and documented: interpreting the Sow, preparing the BoQ, quotation and estimates
  • What paperwork and documentation will be needed for the project
  • How to manage the installation

COMPETENCIES GAINED

  • Centralized Fiber – FTTD
  • Fiber to the Home (FTTx)
  • FTTH Options and LANs
  • FTTH Architecture
  • Fiber To The Office – FTTO
  • PON To Multi-dwelling Units (MDU)
  • Passive Optical LAN - POL
  • Optical LANS - OLANs
  • Common To OLANs
  • Comparing OLANs: FTTO or POL
  • Economics of OLANs

4 : Structured Cabling vs. OLAN

  • Interpretation of sow
  • Fiber proposed route survey
  • Preparation of BoQ
  • Fiber project implementation skill
  • Documentation skill
  • Drawing interpretation
  • Project management skill
  • Software usage (map source, Google earth, excel, Ms-project etc)
  • Hardware handling (GPS)

CASE STUDY SCENARIOS

Fiber implementation/application to the various

  • Fibre To The Home
  • Metropolitan Telecom Network
  • Long Distance Telecom Network
  • Corporate LAN Backbone
  • Campus LAN Backbone
  • Industrial Link
  • Date Center
  • CCTV Surveillance Link
  • Metropolitan Government Network

Why Choose IMT COMPUTERS Services

  • IMT COMPUTERS Are members of The Fiber Optics Association
  • IMT COMPUTERS use Task Based Competence Training
  • IMT COMPUTERS issue FOA Certification to Competent Delegate
  • Cost and Time Effective for Business
  • We also supply Experienced Fiber Optic Technician Nation Wide
  • We have trained technician for Major Clients

FIBER OPTICS SPECIALIST COURSE SYLLABUS

  • Lesson. 1 Rudiments of fiber optic design
  • Lesson. 2 Planning the network, route Planning, permission from appropriate authority, rollout, Strategy, handling community issue.
  • Lesson. 3 Choosing component for project Implementation
  • Lesson. 4 Reviewing the design, loss budgets Lesson.
  • Lesson. 5 Writing project specifications, Documents & estimating.
  • Lesson. 6 Planning and managing project with Hardware and related software.
  • Lesson. 7 Design case studies
  • Lesson. 8 Practical application of EXCELL MAPSOURCE and MICROSOFT PROJECT
  • Lesson. 9 Data acquisition using GPS and Google earth
  • Lesson. 10 Competencies Assessment Test, Result & Review
  • Lesson. 11 FOA (fiber optic association) Exam

COURSE GENERAL OVERVIEW

  • Copper, Fiber or Wireless?
  • Choosing Transmission Equipment
  • Planning the Route
  • Choossing Components For Premises Installations
  • The Link Power Budget
  • Documentation
  • Planning for the install
  • Developing A Test Plan
  • Planning For Restoration
  • Managing the Project
  • Planning For Restoration
  • Maintaining The Network
  • Cabling Standards

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Course Description

This accredited and certified Fiber Optics course is designed for anyone interested in becoming an engineer in Fiber Optic technology with the ability to handle the various technical areas of installation leading to the award of CFOT from FOA. This program combines both theory and practical exercises with the use of relevant software in designing proposed fiber route and implementation The skill to be acquired in this course centered on: Installation, Termination, Splicing, Testing & Documentation among other skills

Pre-requisite

The course can be taken by a new student to the skills of computer networkibg & engineering. Enrollment is restricted to people with the ability to read & write in basic English Language and it is ideal for anyone who is to be employed as Fiber Optic system analysts & also telecommunication professionals, electronics, electrical and mechanical, Marine & Oilfield engineers. Every training is assumed as a one-on-one hand on practical. Students must be ready to study individually or in group sharing tools & work theory

Objective

At the end of this course you will learn & understand the history and operation of Fiber Optics, Terminate a variety of connector, Perform Fusion Splicing and Mechanical Splicing, Perform Cable Preparation for Fusion, Assemble a Splice enclosure, Fully test and troubleshoot Fiber Optic cables and Fiber Optic Systems using an Optical Time Domain Reflectometer (OTDR), Fiber Optics Networking Standards, learn FOA-CFOT, BICSI and RCDD Certification, Fiber Optics Cable and Connector Identification, Outside Plant Cable Introduction, Termination of Fiber Connector, Splicing (Mechanical &Fusion), Design & Installation of Fiber Cabling, Outside Plant Fiber Cable preparation, termination & testing, Introduction to Basic OTDR Functions, & so much more about power of FOA.

1 : INTRODUCTION TO FIBER OPTICS:

  • Brief history
  • Definition. c. Advantage of fiber optics transmission over copper, coaxial and radio frequency.
  • Preparation/manufacturing of fiber optics cables.

2 : HEALTH AND SAFETY RULES OF FIBER OPTICS INSTALLATIONS:

  • Health and safety execution (HSE) under TIA/EIA regulation.
  • Warning signs
  • Safety equipment
  • Electrical safety
  • Confined spaces

3 : FIBER DESIGN/WORKING PRINCIPLES:

  • Core, cladding, buffer coating or primary coating and Strength members.
  • Reflectiion, Refraction and Refractive index.
  • Critical angle and total internal reflection
  • Fiber types: All plastic (P.C.S. and H.C.S. All glass (Step index MM,Graded index MM and Single mode)
  • Numerical aperture(NA)/ Acceptance Cone
  • Mode Field Diameter MDF: Defines the size of power distribution through the core /Cladding of the fiber.

4 : OPTICAL NETWORK:

  • Definition of what a fiber optic network is.
  • Transmitters/Light sources ( LEDs, VCSELs & LASER)
  • Optical fiber parameters Wavelength Frequency WDM
  • Fiber optics amplifiers EDFAs (erbium doped fiber amplifiers) Raman amplification
  • FO Attenuators: Types and Uses
  • Windows/operating wavelength

5 : CABLING

CABLE TYPES

  • TIGHT BUFFERS : Distribution cables, Breakout cables
  • LOOSE TUBES :Ribbon cables, Armored, OPGW cables
  • Hybrid and Composite cables

5 : CABLING

CABLE TYPES

  • TIGHT BUFFERS : Distribution cables, Breakout cables
  • LOOSE TUBES :Ribbon cables, Armored, OPGW cables
  • Hybrid and Composite cables

5 : CABLING

CABLE TYPES

  • TIGHT BUFFERS : Distribution cables, Breakout cables
  • LOOSE TUBES :Ribbon cables, Armored, OPGW cables
  • Hybrid and Composite cables

CABLE SELECTION SPECIFICATION

  • Installation Specifications
  • Environmental Specification

CABLE SELECTION SPECIFICATION

  • Plenum Area
  • Risers
  • General Purpose

6 : FIBER CONNECTORS

TYPES

  • ST Connectors
  • LC Connectors
  • FC/RC Connectors
  • SC Connectors
  • MT/RJ

Termination Procedures

  • Adhesive Termination Epoxy/polish, Hot-Melt, Anaerobic Adhesives, Acrylic
  • Crimp/polish
  • Prepolished splice

Polishing Techniques

  • The Flat Finish, Physical Contact (PC),Angled Physical Contact (APC)

7 : SPLICING

  • Definition
  • Types: Mechanical/Fusion
  • Choosing a splice type
  • Step by step splicing Process
  • Splice Losses; Cause and Remedies

8 : FIBER LOSSES

  • Definition
  • Types/kinds of losses in fiber optics links
  • Attenuation (Rayleigh scattering, Absorption and leakages)
  • Dispersion(modal,chromatic and PMD)Loss budget in a fiber optic link.

9 : OPTICAL FIBER COLOUR CODE

  • TIA/EIA Standard
  • Installation processes

10 : CABLE PLANT HARDWARE

  • TIE/EIA Standard
  • Splice organizers and splice trays
  • Splice enclosures
  • Splice panels
  • Racks and cabinets

11 : TESTING AND DOCUMENTATION

  • Visual fault tracing
  • Visual fault locator
  • Visual connector inspection
  • Optical time-domain reflectometer (OTDR)
  • OTDR limitations
  • Optical power loss(absolute and relative test)
  • Measuring Power
  • Testing Loss(single ended loss and double ended loss

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Course Description

  • Why Use Fiber Optics?

Fiber Optic Applications

  • Telecom Technology
  • Wavelength-Division Multiplexing
  • Fiber to the Home (FTTH)
  • FTTH Economics
  • FTTH Architecture
  • Fiber to the Curb or Node (FTTC/N)
  • Passive Optical Network (PON)
  • Optical Network Terminal
  • FTTH products
  • Prefabricated Cabling Systems
  • Bend Insensitive Fiber
  • Wireless Phone Usage
  • Fiber Optics & Wireless Communications
  • Super WiFi/White Space
  • Antenna Connection (RFOG: CATV's FTTH Solution)
  • Premises or Structured Cabling For Local Area Networks – LANs
  • Passive Optical LAN (POL)
  • Data Centers - Internet Servers
  • Fiber other usage.
  • Security Fiber Optics
  • Video and Audio On Fiber
  • Electrical Utilities/li>
  • Alternative Energy
  • Data Links & Other Networks
  • Other Applications of Fiber Optics

3 : Fiber Optic Data Links

  • Fiber Optic Sources
  • Fiber Optic Detectors
  • Fiber Amplifiers

4 : Fiber Optic Link Power Budget

  • Fiber Optic Link Parameters

5 : Optical Fiber Technology

  • Fiber Types
  • Singlemode Fiber Types
  • Multimode Fiber Types
  • Choosing Singlemode Fiber
  • Choosing Multimode Fiber
  • OSP vs Premises Cables
  • Fiber Attenuation - Glass Fibers
  • Fiber Bandwidth
  • Modal Dispersion
  • Chromatic Dispersion
  • Polarization Mode Dispersion (PMD)

6 : Fiber Optic Cables

  • Specifications for Fiber Optic Cable
  • Fiber Optic Cable Selection Criteria
  • Cable Ratings and Markings
  • Splice & Connector Loss
  • Fiber Optic Splices
  • Fiber Optic Splices – Cleaving
  • Fiber Optic Connectors
  • Connector History
  • Connector Inspection with Microscope

7 : Testing

  • Measuring Optical Power
  • OTDR
  • OTDR Measurement Errors
  • Specialized Fiber Optic Testing
  • Fiber Optic Link Power Budget
  • Fiber Optic Installations
  • Outside Plant or Premises?
  • Cable Installation – Micro trenching
  • OSP Aerial
  • Submarine
  • Fiber Optic Installations –Premises
  • Premises Installation – Codes

8 : Safety Rules

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1 : Introduction

  • Distributed Antenna System (DAS)
  • Public Safety Mandates
  • DAS and Small Cell Coverage
  • Passive DAS
  • DAS Today
  • DAS Definitions

2 : Wi-Fi

  • Wi-Fi In LANs
  • Cabling For DAS Or WiFi
  • Compatibilty With Passive OLANs

3 : Industry Cabling Standards

4 : DAS Design Issues

  • DAS Design
  • Site Survey

5 : Installation

  • Fiber And Coax
  • Fiber Optic Cable Plant Installation
  • Cabling Options: Terminating Onsite Or Use Prefab Cabling

6 : Testing the Cables

  • Specifications for Fiber Optic Cable
  • Fiber Optic Cable Selection Criteria
  • Cable Ratings and Markings
  • Splice & Connector Loss
  • Fiber Optic Splices
  • Fiber Optic Splices – Cleaving
  • Fiber Optic Connectors
  • Connector History
  • Connector Inspection with Microscope

7 : Testing

  • Connector Handling
  • Connector Inspection and Cleaning
  • Microscope Inspection of Connector
  • Connector Visual Inspection
  • Microscope Inspection Results
  • Actual Microscope Views
  • Areas Of Inspection

Lab Exercises

  • Lab Exercise – Connector Inspection and Cleaning
  • Lab Exercise – Termination
  • Lab: Visual Tracing And Fault Location
  • Lab Exercise – Visual Fault Loss In Fiber Optic Datalinks
  • Lab Exercises – Insertion Loss Testing OTDR Testing And Troubleshooting
  • Lab Exercises – OTDR Testing
  • Lab Exercise - Optical Power Testing (Transmitter/Receiver Power)

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1 : Introduction

  • Continuity Testing
  • Visual Fault Location
  • Verify Splices
  • Connector: Visual Inspection with Microscope
  • Fiber Identifiers

2 : Optical Power Testing

  • Fiber Optic Power Meters
  • Measure dB
  • dB to Watts
  • Wavelength Sensitivity and Calibration
  • Calibration
  • Controls and Display
  • Connector and Bare Fiber Adapters
  • FOTP-95

3 : Insertion Loss Testing

  • Insertion Loss Test
  • Equipment Reference Cables
  • FOTP-171 Insertion Loss Testing
  • OFSTP-14 (MM) & OFSTP-7(SM)
  • Difference with 3 Reference Methods, What If Connectors Are Not Mateable?
  • The Fiber Optic Link Power Budget
  • Measurement Uncertainty
  • Troubleshooting

4 : Reflectance (Optical Return Loss)

  • Optical Reflectance Testing - FOTP-107
  • Bandwidth & Dispersion
  • Chromatic Dispersion
  • Polarization Mode Dispersion (PMD)
  • DWDM Testing
  • Spectral Attenuation

5 : Optical Time Domain Reflectometer

  • OTDRs Work With Backscattered Light
  • OTDR Testing
  • Information in The OTDR Display
  • Reading OTDR Traces
  • Fiber Attenuation and Distance
  • Distance
  • 2-Point Loss
  • Connector or Splice Loss By “Least Squares
  • TDR Launch Pulse
  • OTDR Launch Cable

6 : OTDR Measurement Uncertainty

  • OTDR Calibration
  • Length Error: NVP or Index of Refraction
  • Length Error: Fiber Is Longer Than Cable
  • Missing Events: OTDR Resolution
  • Loss Uncertainty In Multimode Fibers
  • Unreadable OTDR Traces
  • Confusing OTDR Ghosts

7 : OTDR vs. Insertion Loss Testing

  • OTDR Measurement Setup Parameters
  • Approximate Settings
  • Range
  • Wavelength
  • Pulse Width
  • Averages
  • NVP or Index of Refraction

8 : Five Ways to Test Fiber Optics

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Telecom

MODULE 1: SATELLITE TRANSMISSION

  • Introduction to satellite communication
  • Components of satellite
  • Functions of satellites
  • Satellite communication links/devices (GPS, TVRO & VSAT)
  • VSAT components identifications
  • VSAT equipment assembling
  • VSAT satellite tracking
  • UNDERSTANDING SATELLITE MODEMS

MODULE 2: RADIO TRANSMISSION (RF)

  • Understanding WIFI standards
  • WIFI devices
  • Setting up WIFI network
  • Configuring WIFI devices
  • Understanding WIMAX technologies
  • Relationship between WIFI, WIMAX, fiber optics & satellite
  • WIMAX VARIANTS (LTE & 4G)

MODULE 3: CELLULAR WIRELESS MOBILE

  • EVOLUTION OF CELLULAR MOBILE STANDARDS
  • COMMUNICATION PARAMETERS
  • FACTOR AFFECTING WIRELESS COMMUNIUCATION
  • MOBILE NETWORK WIRELESS CHANNELS
  • MOBILE NETWORK ACCESS METHODS
  • NETWORK STRUCTURESNETWORK INTERFACES
  • MOBILE COVERAGE AREAS
  • CELLULAR MOBILE CIVIL ENGINEERING
  • BUILDING THE MAST(CASTING)
  • ERECTING THE MAST
  • CONSTRUCTING THE BASE OF THE BASE STATION
  • DETERMINING THE DIMENSION OF THE BASE STATION
  • MOBILE NETWORK DESIGN TEAM (SURVEYORS, CIVIL ENGINEERING, RIGGERS, RF ENGINEERS, PROJECT MANAGERS, SITE SUPERVISOR, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS).
  • POWER & ELECTRICALS
  • PHCN, INVERTER & BATTERY, GENERATOR PLANT
  • FUEL SYSTEMS
  • POWER CABLES & EARTHEN CABLES
  • ELECTRICAL TOOLS (DIGITAL METER, PLIER, CUTTER)
  • INTRODUCTION MICROWAVE TECHNOLOGY Managing created objects (deleting, renaming, etc)

MODULE 4: APPLICATION OF FIBER OPTICS IN TELECOMS

  • Introduction to fiber (fiber optics & optics fiber)
  • Structure of fiber optics cable
  • Principles of operation
  • Fiber components identification
  • Termination of fiber optics cable
  • Splicing in fiber optics cable
  • Determination of loss, link, & power budget
  • Identifying some fiber optics electronics
  • Fiber site survey using GPS
  • Fiber site operation (trenching, ducting, blowing, laying).

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Computer Security

INTRODUCTION

In this age of heightened awareness of security needs, video surveillance systems offer extra pairs of eyes to help you manage your business and points of interest more carefully.

  • Increase customer service
  • Reduce your employee shrinkage
  • Reduce your losses due to theft
  • Reduce your insurance expense
  • Reduce your after hours security costs
  • Increase your employees Productivity
  • Increase customer and employee safety
  • Increase your ability to efficiently manage your business
  • Reduce fraudulent insurance claims by employees and customers
  • Provide 24x7 access to your system from anywhere in the world

With even a modest upfront investment, surveillance systems will shrink the long-term problem of theft. Security Cameras are one of the best ways to monitor the home or office. Whether an indoor or an outdoor system, wired or wireless

Surveillance cameras are extremely helpful in protecting your home or office environment. You can check up on your nanny or employers, make sure nothing suspect happens at your home while your away, monitor the children from another part of the house, and make sure nothing strange is going on in the office parking lot when you leave after dark.

COURSE DETAILS

  • Introduction to CCTV
  • Functions
  • The components of CCTV/Assembling
  • The cameras
  • The display unit
  • The switchers
  • The DMR/DVR
  • Plus accessories
  • The CCTV installation, using mini cameras for indoors application.
  • The cabling & BWC application – using a television set and dedicated TV stations.
  • Truncking and electrical/fittings/connectorisation
  • CCTV surveillance application (outdoor)
  • The CCTV IR Home detectors / SCART connectors
  • The CCTV recording
  • Maintenance issue

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Others

The Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification course is recognized worldwide. Its focus is to prepare participants to pass the PMP exam at first sitting and also to equip them with the skills and techniques in delivering projects successfully on time, schedule and budget. It is suitable for anyone who requires a detailed working knowledge of the PMI’s approach to project management particularly those working towards the Project Management professional (PMP) exam.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OUTLINE

  • Project Management Framework
  • Project Management Process Groups
  • Integration Management
  • Scope Management
  • Schedule Management
  • Cost Management
  • Quality Management
  • Resource Management
  • Communication Management
  • Risk Management
  • Procurement Management
  • Stakeholder Management
  • Professional and Social Responsibility
  • Tips to passing the exam the first time

COURSE OBJECTIVES

After the training, participants should be able to:

  • Work in both projectized and Matrix organizations
  • Identify and apply project management process groups and knowledge areas
  • Identify and apply project management best practices to real world project scenarios
  • Create project management tools like WBS, Process flow Chat, Network Diagram etc.
  • Perform Earned Value analysis of projects to ascertain the health of the project
  • Create project schedule using MS project
  • Track Project progress/status using MS Project
  • Solve simulated PMP exam questions in preparation for the PMP exam
  • Identify organizational influences on project life cycle
  • Plan for risk, procurements, and stakeholder management

CAREER BENEFITS

  • People with PMP credential are highly sought-after by Fortune 500 companies across the world
  • PMP credential gives one an edge over his/her colleagues at the place of work and widens one’s career prospects
  • Participants will command higher pay
  • Enhances marketability
  • High Professional recognition

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Project Managers
  • IT Managers/Directors
  • Outsourcing Professionals
  • QA Managers/Directors
  • Application Development Managers/Directors
  • Business Analysts
  • System Analysts
  • Business Owners
  • System Architects
  • Accountants
  • HR Managers
  • Procurement Managers
  • Business Development Managers
  • Doctors
  • Educationists
  • Bankers
  • Engineers
  • Architects
  • Quantity Surveyors
  • Process Improvement professionals/consultants

Module 1: 2D DRAWING

  • Identification of various tools
  • Utility of each of tools to draw
  • Creating hidden detail in drawing
  • Copying, moving, mirroring, harrowing, scaling, filleting and chamfering objects
  • Orthographic project drawing
  • Sectional view drawing
  • Tangency drawing
  • Angles Projection drawing
  • Dimensioning & Texting
  • House plan drawing.

Module 2: 3D DRAWING

  • Opening 3D window from 2D window
  • Identification 3D drawing tools
  • Mastering 3D co-ordinate i.e x,y,z axis
  • Using box tools to create object
  • Copying drawing from one window to another.
  • Using line tool to create solid object by extrusion
  • Creating irregular solid object using revolve.
  • Creating Tank, Pipe & Balister.
  • Machine drawing
  • House modeling
  • Rendering
  • Printing

MODULE 1: INTERCOM USING PABX
INTERCOM USING PABX

  • Identifying different PABX
  • PABX components identification
  • Connecting to PABX

MODULE 2: USING GPS AND CAR TRACKING

  • Identifying GPS links
  • Collection of data
  • Survey analysis using software (map source)
  • Application of GPS in tracking (car tracking)

MODULE 3: SECURITY & SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS

  • CCTV using DVR , I-cloud DVR, or NVR
  • CCTV components identification
  • CCTV camera installation
  • CCTV camera alignment
  • DVR setup