CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) is a popular certification in computer networking developed by Cisco Systems. A CCNA certification can help you get your first networking job or get help with your career progression if you currently work in Information Technology (IT).
- Program Topics
- Target Audience
- Why become CCNA certified
- Why Campus
– Part 1: ICND1: Cisco Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices
– Part 2: ICND2: Cisco Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices
– Students with advanced problem solving and analytic.
– System Engineers, who will install, operate and troubleshoot a small to medium -sized branch office Enterprise network.
– Students and professionals in IT and computer science background
– CCNA Exam Candidates.
– Fresher desktop, hardware or networking engineers.
– If you have an interest in computer networking.
– If you want to work in the networking field.
– Becoming a CCNA can be the initial step toward a new, highly rewarding and sustainable career.
– To get a better job with a higher salary.
– Following up / guiding the Participant until he/she is able to develop his/her first mobile application.
– 90 Training Credit Hours.
– Certified and Professional Instructors
– Free Materials + Questions
– Free Revision for each section
– Free quiz after each section.
– Re-attending the course when needed without any charge.
– Free Membership and Membership Benefits.
– Free Recruitment for one year.
– Catering Services.
– Certificate of Attendance from Campus Education
* Part 1: Cisco Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices:
– Lesson 1: Building a Simple Network
– Lesson 2: Ethernet Local Area Networks
– Lesson 3: Wireless Local Area Networks
– Lesson 4: Local Area Network Connections
– Lesson 5: Wide Area Networks Connections
– Lesson 6: Network Environment Management
* Part2 :Cisco Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices:
– Lesson 1: Small Network Implementation
– Lesson 2: Medium -Sized Switched Network Construction
– Lesson 3: Medium -Sized Routed Network Construction
– Lesson 4: Single Area OSPF Implementation
– Lesson 5: EIGRP Implementation
– Lesson 6: Access Control Lists
– Lesson 7: Address Space Management
– Lesson 8: LAN Extension in to a WAN