Week 36


I. PRELIMINARY INFORMATION:


A. CLASS: Networking

B. TITLE OF UNIT: Networks and Networking

C. TITLE OF LESSON: Procedures (cont)

D. COMPETENCIES ADDRESSED: None

E. DATE & TIME:         

F. WEEK OF INSTRUCTION: 36

G. INSTRUCTOR: R Dorsey





II. OBJECTIVES :


Procedures can make you or break you as a technician. If you do not follow the procedures as written and you cause a product or customer equipment to fail, you just might as well kiss your career goodbye. On the other hand, a well written procedure can pull you out of sticky situation and solve the problems you face as a technician. It is a two edged sword.


III. TEACHING METHODS AND TECHNIQUES:


Other:       



IV. RESOURCES REQUIRED:


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V. INTRODUCTION:


This week is to be spent in continuing the process of generating a final networking manual.



VI. CONTENT :


The process of creating a personal notebook that contains ones own reference information and tips that one has learned through experience is a very valuable aid to the technician.

This week is to be spent in the continuance of the creation of formal procedures and technical tips for troubleshooting methods involved in the networking world.




VII. SUMMARY:


Paperwork is both the worst part of a technician’s job and the best. It is essential to maintain an accurate and complete reference library of things such as cable pinouts, etc. It is also very nice to be able to recall a particular problem and how it was solved in the past.



VIII. ASSIGNMENTS :




IX. LESSON/COURSE EVALUATION:


     Correcting the procedures from last week.