Systems Administration Courses

Got a knack for the technical things in life? Systems administration could be an ideal pathway for you - here's what you need to know about skilling up in systems admin.

Systems Administration Courses

The value of a systems admin course

If you’re a highly solutions-oriented person and see yourself excelling as a systems administrator, taking a relevant short course is one of the best ways to get started. Responsible for maintaining the entire IT and technology stack of an organisation, SysAdmins are the backbone of any computer network

A systems administration course will equip you with everything you need to become work-ready, including technical skills in IT, network analysis and of course, administration.

Upon completing your systems admin course, you’ll have a sound knowledge of everything relating to IT systems. This includes computer hardware and software, configuring resilient IT infrastructure, and repairing servers. 

Take a course in systems administration to ensure you’re prepared for any challenge that might arise.

Systems admin course inclusions

When choosing a systems admin course, you should make sure it covers configuration management and automation, server and network upkeep, and scripting and programming. This will ensure you can hit the ground running once you complete your qualification, and quickly work your way up the ladder as a professional SysAdmin

Choose to study on campus to enjoy the benefits of hands-on learning, or study remotely to balance your learning with your lifestyle.

Systems admin courses

If you’re looking to become a systems or network administrator, consider one of the following short courses:    

  • Systems Admin Collection
  • New Zealand Diploma in Systems Administration (Level 6)
  • New Zealand Certificate in Information Technology Essentials (Level 4)

From troubleshooting to disaster recovery, having the right qualifications under your belt can help you excel as an IT professional.

Systems admin jobs

As well as becoming a systems administrator, gaining relevant skills in systems and network admin can also help you become a networks engineer, networks designer or networks developer. 

There’s never been a better time to enter the lucrative and challenging world of IT.

Explore the possibilities with a systems admin course today.

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