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Network Development Engineer

The Network Engineer training and career placement program prepares students for mid-level roles in the field of network development. Built on a combination of lectures and hands-on practice, this program equips students with the knowledge, confidence and practical skills necessary to begin a successful career in IT.

TLG Career Results For Network Development Engineers

Statistics 1/1/2020 – 4/30/2022

91% Graduation Rate

$70,000 Average Entry Level Pay

81% Placed within 60 days of graduation


 13 Intensive Weeks (455 hours)
 Mon-Fri 8:00am – 4:00pm Pacific Time
 In-Class or Remote

TLG’s program prepares students for job placement through a combination of intensive IT curriculum and career preparedness resources. Over the course of this network engineer training program, students will learn:

  • Networking fundamentals
  • Essential Linux skills
  • Python Scripting for Network Automation
    Cloud computing
  • Career skills

Network Development Engineer Training Program Overview


Customized CompTIA Network+

Develop the technical skills needed to securely establish, maintain and troubleshoot the essential networks that businesses rely on.


Customized CompTIA Security+

Develop the skills necessary to perform core security functions that businesses rely on.

Network Development Engineer Program


Customized Intro to Cloud Computing

Establish a foundation in on-demand computer system resources, data storage and computing power.


Customized CompTIA Linux+

Stand out from competing job applicants with the only job-focused Linux certification that covers the latest foundational skills demanded by hiring managers.


Business and Career Skills

Access the resources, tools and guidance you need to forge lifelong skills in business and career development.


Customized Python Scripting for Network Automation

Develop websites and software, automate tasks, and analyze data using Python script to write and execute program commands.


Certification Exam

Veterans: Please contact the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) for certification exam reimbursement. Exams are not included in your tuition cost. Exams may take more than one attempt for certifications.

Certificate Achieved at Successful Completion

CompTIA Certified Professional Network+ (Exam N10-008)
CompTIA Certified Professional Network+ (Exam N10-008)
CompTIA Certified Professional Security+
CompTIA Certified Professional Security+
CompTIA Certified Professional Linux+ (Exam XK0-005)
CompTIA Certified Professional Linux+ (Exam XK0-005)

Job Placement Services Start a Career in one of the
fastest-growing areas of the economy.

IT careers are one of the fastest-growing areas of the economy and career prospects are excellent. TLG’s programs are delivered in partnership with the WTIA, local hiring employers, and government agencies.

Our Programs Include

  • Career-oriented Social Media
  • LinkedIn optimization
  • Resume and Cover Letter writing tools
  • Interview methods and tools
  • Personal narrative building
  • Ongoing, weekly group sessions on career development strategies

Once you graduate, you can expect

  • One-to-one weekly career planning and coaching until placement
  • One-to-one interview preparation and feedback session, as needed
  • Personal introductions to TLG Learning’s partner employers
  • Introduction to Apprenti for any upcoming apprenticeships

Our long-term partnerships with major IT companies
 provide opportunities for placement at the successful completion of the  training program. Recent IT program graduates moved into their apprenticeships or direct IT jobs with companies like:


Questions about a career in the IT field?

I will advise anyone to start from the basics and start learning

I came across TLG’s IT Pre-Apprentice program during a career fair at JBLM. I found the program straightforward and had a very high job placement rate in the state. Besides, one of my friends who is also a military veteran had successfully transitioned into the civilian workforce through this program. Tech is a great career and it’s constantly evolving. I will advise anyone to start from the basics and start learning.

Kushal Sapkota
Army Veteran, Network Development Engineer IT Pre-Apprentice Program

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