Infrastructure Support Training Stream
The FDM Infrastructure Support Career Path - An Overview
- Full-time job with FDM for at least two years
- Be trained to use tools such as Wintel & Active Directory, VMware, Networking & Protocols and Solaris Administration
- Learn how to undertake system upgrades and refreshes
- Become skilled in server consolidations
- Gain valuable experience working on a consultancy basis with FDM’s prestigious clients
FDM’s Infrastructure Analyst Training
The FDM Infrastructure Programme includes training in Wintel and Active Directory, VMware, Networking and Protocols, Messaging and Collaboration, Solaris Administration and Troubleshooting, Security and Storage as well as our existing core modules in SQL, UNIX and ITIL Service Management.
Whilst studying these modules you will develop your knowledge and learn new skills through a combination of theoretical and practical methods. Once you have undertaken the programme you will have the competency to undertake: system upgrades and refreshes, server consolidations, migrations, technical projects and business as usual operational activities.
The Infrastructure Support Analyst Career
Infrastructure involves the physical hardware used to interconnect computers and users, and is designed to manage the business processes that are vital to running a successful business operation. A robust infrastructure is key to organisational success. You will become an FDM Consultant undertaking varied roles ranging from infrastructure support on client sites to being part of, or even leading, fully managed technical projects. As an FDM Infrastructure Analyst you will support, bolster and improve the existing infrastructure arrangements of our clients.
Become An FDM Infrastructure Support Analyst
- You will have a degree in Computing, Mathematics, Engineering or a related discipline
- Alternatively you may have worked in the industry and undertaken recognised certifications and accreditations, such as: Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) or Cisco Certified Network Administrator (CCNA)
- You must be able to demonstrate technical and hands-on IT skills
- Above all, you must be eager to pursue a career in Network Management and possess a passion for IT
To apply to join the Infrastructure training stream and become an FDM Infrastructure Support Analyst please click here.