WATSSA Aspirant Network Administrators Course
The Aspirant Network Administrators (ANA) course will assist individuals working in IT Support within public education to take the next step in their career, moving toward a Network Administrator (or equivalent) position. The ANA course has been developed with the context of WA public ICT systems in mind, not as an afterthought. The outcome is a yearlong course, with students walking away with several industry recognised qualifications, relevant learning outcomes, and the first WATSSA qualification.
The course will cover:
- Advanced Tier 3 Server Management
- Complaince (including finacial and operational compliance)
- Team Management
- Advanced use of PaperCut
- Advanced use of the Fortigate
- Strategic Planning and Operations
- Introduction to Cyber Security Concepts
Content will be made available to participants through Connect, and all assignments related to this course are made relevant to participants schools. This means participants walk away with there ANA certification, with significant compliance, operational, strategic and technical work completed at their current school.
This course is delivered over approximately 10 months, with one whole day session per month. This allows participants to engage with the one day session, and then take their learnings back to their school and engage with a post session activity or assignment task.
Professional Learning (PL) is important to WATSSA and our members
This page is where you can find details about upcoming professional learning and locate recordings and files from previous PL sessions.
If you have any queries or suggestions for PL please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can view what PL is on offer in the Department of Education, here: https://plis.det.wa.edu.au/?org=2257