A much-accelerated version of the traditional GTD-5 support course offered within the industry, this course is designed to take students with maintenance-level knowledge and teach them how to consider other types of faults, such as circuit-level, cable, backplane and database, as well as other types of optional GTD-5 modules or adjunct systems. New, full-color designs and block diagrams of the latest modules like the expanded SSW, REU and TSWE are offered, helping to clear confusing between original and new versions of these.
Because the GTD-5 is a modular switch with many different configurations, this course can be designed to teach about other network elements that may be unique to a certain region.
In addition to improving confidence and understanding of the GTD-5 switch, this course will also improve over-all troubleshooting skills. Length of course will change depending upon subjects desired, but it can be adjusted depending if other courses are being taken at the same time.
It is recommended that students take the GTD-5 Maintenance and Troubleshooting course first, or have significant experience in the GTD-5 before enrolling in the GTD-5 Advanced Support course.
Depending on the needs of the organization, the GTD-5 Advanced Support course can be extended to cover the many different types of hardware found in larger or more complex networks.
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