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Join this group to keep up-to-date with all the network and technology courses provided by Jisc. We provide a programme of high quality training opportunities on topics related to the Janet network and associated services.

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Jisc is accredited by the Home Office to deliver the workshop to raise awareness of prevent (WRAP) as a live online facilitated session. These sessions are available to FE and HE Institutions free of charge.

Prevent is part of the Government counter-terrorism strategy, It's designed to tackle the problem of terrorism at its roots, preventing people from supporting terrorism or becoming terrorists themselves.

WRAP is a free specialist workshop that is designed to give you:

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This technical course is aimed at anyone considering implementing IPv6 on their campus who wishes to understand some of the theory and implications. The course assumes a basic knowledge of networking theory such as is covered on the Janet Training's Basic Networking course.

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This course will prepare you for using videoconferencing for both teaching and administrative purposes. It will provide practical advice on what to expect and how to prepare. Delegates tasked with supporting videoconferencing in their organisation will find it a useful introduction to the area and perhaps more importantly an insight into how room design and technical set up can impact on their users experience.

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This technical course is aimed at anyone considering implementing IPv6 on their campus who wishes to understand some of the theory and implications. The course assumes a basic knowledge of networking theory such as is covered on the Janet Training's Basic Networking course.

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This course will be relevant to those tasked with supporting an eduroamUK service within their organisation. This might include support staff wanting to learn more about user equipment and secure wireless configuration and service managers examining what their support staff need to know. Delegates should have an understanding of networking, wireless technology and authentication. Knowledge of how their organisation stores user credentials would be of benefit.

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This course provides participants with hands on experience of how eduroam operates at both a basic technical level, but also at a support level. Hands on experience is provided showing how a RADIUS server can be configured for eduroam (both for home and for visited usage), examination of the RADIUS proxy traffic and changing the contents of proxied messages.

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