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SAQA ID: 48573 IT System Support Red Hat NQF 5 Learnership

Red Hat System Administration I (RH124) is designed for IT professionals who are new to Linux and require core Red Hat Enterprise Linux skills. Focused on administration tasks that will be encountered in the workplace, t... Show More
Course Prerequisites:
National Senior Certificate (Grade 12)
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Duration
12-18 Months

Course Content

Qualification ID Qualification Name Modules Exams
48573 IT System Support: Red Hat 147 Credits Business Communication Fundamentals,
Computer Literacy,
Windows 8,
Computer Architecture Fundamentals,
CompTIA A+ Hardware,
CompTIA A+ Software,
Network Architecture Fundamentals,
CompTIA Network+,
RH124: Red Hat System Administration I,
RH134: Red Hat System Administration II,
Client Network Operating System,
Server Network Operating System,
Final Integrative Assessment
Red Hat: EX200

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*Groups smaller than 20 will fall into the Full-time Career Programme commencing in the month of February each year, groups larger than 20 are not restricted to specific starting dates and can be customised according to client’s needs.


Price includes all course material and a CTU Certificate of Attendance.

LU01 – Business Communication Fundamentals (BCF)

23 Credits

US ID Module NQF Level Credits
114076 Use computer technology to research a computer topic 4 3
10135 Work as a project team member 4 8
114051 Conduct a technical practitioners meeting 5 4
114059 Demonstrate an understanding of estimating a unit of work and the implications of late delivery 5 5

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LU02 – Computer Literacy Fundamentals (CLF)

Credits

This Learning Unit is not Unit Standard Based

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LU03 – Computer Architecture Fundamentals (CAF)

17 Credits

US ID Module NQF Level Credits
114062 Assemble a server computer and peripherals from modules 5 5
114063 Install a server computer and peripherals 5 7
114074 Demonstrate an understanding of different computer network architectures and standards 5 5

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LU04 – Network Architecture Fundamentals (NAF)

25 Credits

US ID Module NQF Level Credits
114054 Administer a local area computer network 5 7
114046 Demonstrate an understanding of local area computer networks, by installing a networked workstation 5 4
114061 Demonstrate an understanding of Wide Area Computer Networks (WAN`s), comparing them with Local Area Networks (LAN`s) 5 5
114072 Install and commission a local area computer network 5 9

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LU05 – Introduction to Server Network Operating System Infrastructure (ISNOS)

22 Credits

US ID Module NQF Level Credits
114058 Demonstrate an understanding of the concepts of MultiUser computer Operating systems. 5 7
114066 Test Networked IT systems against given specifications. 5 4
114053 Monitor and maintain a multi-user networked operating system. 5 6
114060 Demonstrate an understanding of local area computer networks, by installing a networked workstation. 5 5

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LU06 – Server Network Operating System (SNOS)

26 Credits

US ID Module NQF Level Credits
114073 Install and commission multi-user system software on a server computer 5 7
114045 Install and commission multi-user system software on a server computer 5 6
114064 Install and commission multi-user application software for a server computer 5 5
114047 Install and configure a multi-user networked operating system 5 9
114046 Demonstrate an understanding of issues affecting the management of a local area computer network (LAN) 5 4
114183 Apply the principles of resolving problems for single-user and multi-user computer operating systems 5 7

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LU07 – Final Integrative Assessment (FIA)

21 Credits

US ID Module NQF Level Credits
114052 Demonstrate appropriate customer care in the context of IT support, according to a Service Level Agreement 5 8
114056 Describe enterprise systems management and its role in IT systems support 5 3
114075 Design a local area computer network for a departmental office environment 5 5
114059 Demonstrate an understanding of estimating a unit of work and the implications of late delivery 5 5
8252 Writing business reports in Retail/Wholesale practices 5 6

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CTU Training Solutions , Updated: April 26th, 2018

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