Level 3 IT Communications - CPD Accredited

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8 CPD points / hours
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Level 3 IT Communications is suitable for anyone aspiring to or already working in this field or simply want to learn deeper into level 3 IT Communications.You will be able to add this qualification to your CV by downloading your certificate instantly without any cost.

To make this course more accessible for you, we have designed it for both part-time and full-time students. This course is packed into the bite-size module for your convenience. You can study at your own pace or become accredited within hours!

If you require support, our experienced tutors are always available to help you throughout the comprehensive syllabus of this course and answer all your queries through email.

Communication studies deal with the processes of human communication. There are three types of communication: verbal, written and nonverbal communication which involves observing a person and inferring meaning. This Level 3 IT Communications is designed to equip you with the necessary skills, creative and innovative ideas, attitude and aptitude to excel in this fast-paced, high demand industry. Through the course, you’ll learn to use communication to build rapport and create environments of trust, warmth, and respect.

Become more confident, create a great first impression, get along well with others, and create more and better personal and professional relationships

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What will you learn in this Level 3 IT Communications

Module 1

This module will teach you about Basics of the Information Technology. Information technology (IT) is a technology which uses computers to gather, process, store, protect, and transfer information. Today, it is common to use the term Information and communications technology (ICT)because it is unimaginable to work on a computer which is not connected to the network.

Module 2

This module will teach you about DATA COMMUNICATION. Networkscomeintwo flavors–localasin local area network, which covers a small area and has finite, relatively small, number of users and global or long-haul, which cover a long distance a cleanshaven unlimited number of users. Telephonenetworksarelongnetwork.It refers to the transmission of the digital signals over a communication channel between the transmitter and receiver computers. Communication is possible only with the wired and wireless connectivity of the computers with each other.

Module 3

This module will teach you about Types of Computer Networks. Networks can be categorized in several different ways. One method defines the type of a network according to the geographic area it spans. Alternatively, networks can also be classified based on topology or on the types of protocols they support.

Module 4

This module will teach you about Types of Network Equipment. The building blocks of a home computer network include adapters, routers and/or access points. Wired (and hybrid wired/wireless) networking also involves cables of varying types. Finally, large-scale enterprise networks in particular often employ other advanced equipment for specialized communication purposes.

Module 5

This module will teach you about Ethernet. Ethernet is a physical and data link layer technology for local area networks. Homes, schools and offices around the world all commonly use Ethernet standard cables and adapters to network personal computers.

Module 6

In this module, you will learn all about Wireless Local Area Networking. Wi-Fi is the most popular wireless communication protocol for local area networks. Private home and business networks, and public hotspots use Wi-Fi to networks computers and other wireless devices to each other and the Internet. Bluetooth is another wireless protocol commonly used in cellular phones and computer peripherals for short range network communication.

Module 7

In this module, you will learn all about Introduction to Computer Networking. When the first computers were built during the Second World War, they were expensive and isolated. However, after about twenty years, as their prices gradually decreased, the first experiments began to connect computers together. In the early 1960s, researchers including Paul Baran, Donald Davies or Joseph Licklider independently published the first papers describing the idea of building computer networks.

Module 8

In this module, you will learn all about the Basics of Computer Networking. Networks are usually categorised in several different ways and this could span over elements such as the geographics to particular designs it adopts. When it comes to the network designs, this too would differ into two high-level types’ referred to as the client-server and peer to peer platforms.

Module 9

In this module, you will learn all about Computer Networking Design and Solutions. To stay competitive in today’s business environment, the individual would have to use as many innovative ways as possible to ensure the business in reaching its desired target audience in an optimal way.

Module 10

In this module, you will learn all about Getting the Right Computer Network Hardware. There are several different elements that should be examined before deciding on the most suitable computer network hardware that would be needed to ensure the business entity is well run and complete.

Module 11

In this module, you will learn all about Setting Up Your Computer Network. Due to the advancement in technological breakthroughs, it is becoming more popular to set up one’s own computer network without having to enlist the expertise of others. However, in doing so, the individual should be aware of all the elements that contribute to a complete computer network.

Module 12

This module will teach you about Wireless vs Wired. Being able to network efficiently and conveniently is something that all business and personal computers usages should be able to ensure and provide. This is a very basic element to create, but the main question in this exercise would be if there should be a wireless or wired system in place.

Module 13

This module will teach you about Cable Management for Wired Computer Network. This may seem like an inconsequential issue to most but is very much an integral part of ensuring the eventual productivity and working platforms of the systems being used.

Module 14

This module will teach you about Managing Your Network With Network Monitoring Tools. When it comes to managing a network, the user would ideally have to consider several connecting issues and this would include methods, processes, procedures and toll that would ideally assist in maintaining and provisioning the system in place.

Module 15

This module will teach you about Computer Network Maintenance and Repair. Computer network maintenance and repair are elements that should ideally be factored in very early on within the exercise of acquiring any system to be used by the individual or business entity.

Module 16

In this module, you will learn all about Troubleshooting Computer Network Wrapping Up. There are many possible reasons when a computer is unable to connect to a network or see other computers on the network. Understanding some of the possible reasons will allow the user to conduct some troubleshooting exercises to try and rectify the situation.

Method of Assessment:

Upon completion of the course, you will be required to sit for an online multiple-choice quiz based assessment, which will determine whether you have passed the course (60% pass mark). The test will be marked immediately and results will be published instantly.


After successfully completing the course, you will be able to obtain the certificates. You can claim a PDF certificate by paying a little processing fee of £2. There is an additional fee to obtain a hardcopy certificate which is £9.

Who is this course for?

Level 3 IT Communications is suitable for anyone who wants to gain extensive knowledge, potential experience and professional skills in the related field.


Our Level 3 IT Communications is open to all from all academic backgrounds and there wants no specific requirements to attend this course. It is compatible and accessible from any device including Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, Tablets etc.

Career path

This course opens a new door for you to enter the relevant job market and also gives you the opportunity to acquire extensive knowledge along with required skills to become successful. You will be able to add our qualification to your CV/resume which will help you to stand out in the competitive job industry.

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Michael asked:

Hi, are there any time limits to the course?


Hi Michael, Thanks for your query. The estimated course duration is 20 hours, however, you will get one year access to the course to complete. Many thanks.

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Olatunde asked:



Hi Olatunde, Thanks for your query. Yes, upon successful completion of the course, you will receive an accredited certificate. The PDF certificate is included with the course price. Many thanks.

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