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  • IT Infrastructure Bridging Program(Mobile Systems Integration)

    Our graduates have secured jobs as Systems Analysts, IT/Network Administrators, and Network Analysts within 6 months of graduation.

  • “Even though I’ve been working on my field for more than 10 years, I was un able to get a job according to my background and my expectations. After the program finished I secured a position as Tech Lead – Call Centre Architect in one of the 3 big telecom Canadian companies. If it weren’t for the bridging program it would have taken longer for me to get the skills I needed to reach my full potential and step up my career” – Domingo Los Santos, Tech Lead - Call Centre Architect

  • “After I finished this program I gain advanced concepts and skills with an emphasis on virtualization and operating systems. This course helped me open the door for new communication networks with people how are working in the field. The Mobile Systems Integration bridging program is very important for the Network IT professional. Right now I have a good job as a Senior IT Technician and I am still in contact with the people who taught me and they are ready to help even after I finished my courses.”

Next Information Sessions

March 28  |  6:00 pm 

North Campus - Room J235

April 6  |  10:30 am 

North Campus - Room H324

April 11  |  6:00 pm 

North Campus - Room J235

Program Details

Humber offers a bridging program for internationally trained immigrants with education and experience in information technology, computer science or engineering (computer, electronics or electrical). Benefit from cutting edge training in just 15 weeks that will help you gain industry-specific concepts and skills in topics, which may include: computer networking, information security, installation and configuration of server(s) in a virtualized environment with an emphasis on operating system(s).

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  • Course instructors are industry professionals
  • Hands-on training in industry-specific skills
  • Dedicated Employment Advisor/Job Developer to assist in career planning/job search
  • Connections with hiring employers

Credential:  Certificate of Completion

Length:  15 weeks


Course offerings for the May 2018 cohort include:

This course is focused primarily on the installation, data storage, and compute functionality that is available within Windows Server 2016. The course is heavily oriented towards software defined networks, hypervisors and nano servers. Students work with Microsoft Windows Server 2016 network infrastructure and explore, design and implement network administration tools such as name resolution, IP addressing, remote access solutions, local and server storage, network performance, Hyper-V Networking and security. Finally, students learn monitoring and troubleshooting techniques that are valuable for the maintenance of a network environment.

This course is an introduction to and configuration of networking devices. Concepts and protocols in Switching and Routing are introduced. Algorithms and routing protocols are introduced in the course. Students will learn how to interconnect personal computers, switches, routers and set up small network in SME environment. The course will emphasize IPv4 protocols and subnets and introduce IPv6 addressing. Topics that relate to VLANs, interface and port security are covered. Different routing protocols, using common networking commands are practically implemented in physical network devices in the labs. While understanding the network protocols and concepts, the course also covers contents that relate to troubleshooting network connectivity.

This course teaches learners how to describe and configuring a LAN switch, VLANS and ether channels. Describe various types of spanning tree protocol with operation and configuration. This course also describe how to operate, configure, and verify a IPv4 and IPv6 networks, including configuring of various IP protocols, RIP, EIGRP and OSPF, understanding BGP and redundant topologies with redistribution, troubleshooting common network issues. This course also introduce various IP and WAN services, understanding VPN and MPLS connecting technologies, IPv6 addressing and getting familiar with device management such as SNMP and syslog.

This course will provide students with knowledge of labour market trends, professional portfolio development, workplace culture and communication in Canada.  By the end of this course learners will be able to identify effective company research techniques, create customized resumes and successfully engage in networking and career related events, in-person and on social media.

Admission Requirements

This program is open to internationally trained professionals who:

  • Are residents of Ontario
  • Are Permanent Residents, Convention Refugees or Canadian Citizens
  • Have been in Canada 5 years or less
  • Have educational qualifications outside of Canada with a minimum equivalency to a Canadian degree or diploma in computer science or related
  • Have previous work experience outside of Canada in information technology, computer science or engineering (computer, electronics or electrical)
  • Possess a current Canadian Language Benchmark Assessment at a minimum Level 7/8 (Consider OSLT if you do not meet this requirement)
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  • Success story speaker addressing graduates while speaking into a microphone
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  • Graduate thanks the staff and peers and speaks into microphone
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Laptop Specifications

You will need a laptop with the following specifications, or higher, for the successful completion of this program:
  • Intel Quad-core i7 (with serial number 7700 or above)
  • Microsoft Windows-based Operating System
  • RAM: At least 16 GB (DDR4)
  • Storage: at least 500 GB (SSD preferred)

Funded by Government of Ontario and Government of Canada