CCNA

CCNA – Cisco Certified Network Associate


A network connects computers, mobile phones, peripherals, and even IoT. Students will learn the technical aspects of TCP/IP-related protocols and the environments in which these protocols operate. This course consists of configuring and interconnecting Cisco Networking devices. Students will learn how to install, set up, configure, troubleshoot, and operate an IPv4 and IPv6 network, including a LAN switch and IP router. The course includes implementing and verifying connections to a wide area network (WAN) and identifying security threats

Occupational Goal:

 
  • IT Support Technician
  • Network Support Technician
  • Field Service Technician
  • IT Support Technician

 Different Work Settings:

Oversee the daily performance of network systems. Install and support local area networks (LANs) and wide-area network (WANs). Network technicians often install pre-configured equipment. Network engineers design networks and configure the equipment, but it is the network technician that typically carries the equipment out in the field and installs and tests it.  Network Technician will answer user inquiries such as computer’s not being able to connect to the network by identifying the problem and the level of severity

Duration: 120 Hours (12 Weeks)

This course prepares the student for the following exam Cisco Certification Exam: 200-301

Delivery: Classroom or Online

Start Date: Please Call 

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