Educational institutions must adopt vital principles of accessibilty to create all inclusive learning programs. Accessibility means that all learners can perceive, understand, navigate and interact with ease as all learners can benefit from more accessible training content. As technology enables us to move towards creating more attractive and interactive eLearning courses, we risk widening the gab between the training experience of those with and without disabilities even further.
KENET provides training services to its member institution to enable them to improve on their campus network and efficiently utilize the services offered by KENET. We have developed a training model that is effective in building skills for member institution’s systems and network administrators, and for building the capacity of KENET’s technical Staff and ICT Managers.
Our hands-on residential training focuses on the following areas; Network Management and Monitoring, Campus LAN & WLAN Design, Scalable Campus Wireless LAN design and Cyber Security.
This training is designed to empower systems administrators with skills to administer Unix/Linux.