Q – What is Logitrain?
A – Logitrain is an Australian-owned technology training institute aimed at “Training for IT jobs”. Logitrain offers high-quality, cost-effective training to ensure everyone gets a fair chance to achieve success. Our instructor-led courses can be attended as classroom-based at Logitrain premises, live virtual training through Zoom or Microsoft Teams from anywhere or in-house training at client premises.
Q – Tell me more about Logitrain?
A – We are a preferred training supplier to Telstra, Toyota and SoldierOn and have trained over 10,000 participants from over 1200 Australian companies. We have been operating in the Australian IT course provider market since 2004.
Q – What facilities are available for training?
A – We have networking and server equipment, routers, switches, laptops, computers, and projectors to ensure our students get hands-on training in state-of-the-art facilities.
Q – Do you offer online training?
A – Yes, we offer online training but is different, we do not do recorded sessions. We deliver live, instructor-led training delivered in real time through Zoom or Microsoft Teams. A growing number of participants choose this option now as it saves them the time to visit the training centre.
Q – I wish to join a course, can I get the course material earlier?
A – Yes, please book the course online, pay the course fee, and collect the course material from the training location. This will give you time to familiarise yourself with it before the course commences.
Q – What is the cost of training at Logitrain?
A – The training cost is competitive. The price varies depending on the course selected and the timing of the course.
Q – Is the training at Logitrain sufficient to pass the vendor certification exams?
A – Passing the exam is dependent on many factors; therefore, it is not possible to provide a firm answer to this question. However, our courses are instructor-led and intensive and hands-on practice is provided. A number of our students successfully pass the exam immediately after the training course.
Q – Is hands-on training provided in the courses?
A – Yes, students get ample time for hands-on training in all our courses. We can provide trial copies of the operating system to install and practice at home.
Q – What are the course timings?
A – We offer various course timings, e.g. Full-Time (Weekdays) Monday to Friday from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm, Part-Time (Weeknights) Mondays and Tuesdays or Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, Part-Time (Weekends) Saturday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Q – Can I switch from full-time to part-time or vice-versa once the training has commenced?
A – It is not possible to move between full-time to a part-time course or vice versa once the training has commenced.
Q – What are Logitrain instructors’ qualifications?
A – Our instructors are professionals with industry experience. We also have qualified active Cisco Certified Internetwork Experts (CCIEs). Our instructors hold multiple certifications, and we are proud to announce our Senior instructor holds double CCIE # 17081 (Enterprise Infrastructure, Service Provider), CCNP, CCDP, CCIP, CCNA 2.0, CCDA, CCNA, CCNA-Security, CCNA-SP Operations, CCENT, MCITP-SA, MCITP-EA, MCSA 2003, MCTS, MCSE 2000, MCSA 2000, MCSE NT 4.0, MCP+I, MCP, A+, N+, Server+, Security+, CTT+, Brainbench Interviewing and Hiring Concepts, Presentation Skills, Customer Requirements Analysis, Technical Help Desk (Microsoft), Server Administration, Technical Help Desk, Network Monitoring, Compaq Server Administration (Windows NT/2000), Ms Windows 2000 Fundamentals, Ms Windows 2000, Computer Fundamentals (Windows 95/98), Ms Windows XP Desktop Administration, ISDN (North America/Japan), Ms Windows 2000 Server Administration, Ms Windows NT 4.0 Administration, Ms Windows 2000 Migration, Ms Windows NT 4.0 Workstation Administration, Ms Windows Server 2003 Administration, DOS 6.2, Ms Windows 2000 Active Directory, Ms Windows 2000 Desktop Administration, Networking Concepts, Information Technology Terminology, Information Technology Industry Knowledge, WAN Technologies, LAN/WAN Communications, Frame Relay, Cisco Network Design, TCP/IP Administration, Internet Concepts, Computer Fundamentals (Windows 2000), Computer Fundamentals (Windows XP), Cisco Network Design, IP Routing & Switching, Cisco Network Support, Network Technical Support certifications.
Q – How can I register for training at Logitrain?
A – Our upcoming training dates are available on the website on the relevant page; students can register by clicking on the Book Now button and filling in the form. Booking for a course is compulsory as seats are limited. Booking for a course closes once the required number of students has registered.
Q – Where are the classes held?
A – Our classes are held in Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane, and as Live Virtual Training for participants throughout Australia.
Q – Is public transport available to reach Logitrain?
A – All our training centres are easily accessible by public transport.
Q – Is parking available close to Logitrain?
A – Yes, there is free and paid parking close to our training centres.
Q – What network equipment is available for Cisco courses hands-on training?
A – Our labs contain Cisco ISR routers, Cisco Catalyst Switches and third-party equipment.
Q – What facilities are available for Microsoft courses?
A – Our Microsoft courses are fully hands-on; students are allocated workstations for training.
Q – What is Logitrain’s success rate for the vendor exams?
A – We have a high passing rate, however, it is difficult to calculate a percentage as many students enrol to understand the technology.
Q – Is the course material provided?
A – Yes, course material is provided for all courses.
Q – Where can the exams be registered and taken?
A – The exams can be taken at our premises as we are an authorised Prometric, Pearson VUE, Certiport, CastleWorldWide and Kryterion test centre. However, not all exams can be taken at our centre and some are taken online.
Q – What job opportunities are available for certified professionals?
A – Certifications can open up a whole new world of opportunities; usually, one search on seek.com.au website will list many jobs. Typical job roles for network-certified professionals, e.g. Microsoft/Cisco professionals include Helpdesk roles, Network Support roles, Network Administrator, Network Engineers, Systems Engineers and other technical support roles.
Q – Which is better Cisco or Microsoft certifications?
A – This question is difficult to answer, as it depends on the individual’s goal and point of view.
Q – What type of skills do Logitrain courses, packages and programs add to the participant?
A – Our courses are likely to add to the employment-related skills of the participants. The skills developed are likely to be used in the course of being an employee or working in a business (rather than for recreational, hobby, artistic or cultural endeavours).