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CCNAExploration

Course Overview

CCNA - Intro To Networking is a course for people entering the networking field. It prepares students to take and pass the CCENT certification exam. The next session of this course begins in February of 2014. Classes meet once a week for 2 hours.

Students enrolled in this course please visit the Students Area for links to the curriculum and resources.

The course consists of written curriculum, hands-on experience on industrial grade networking equipment, weekly lectures, and written exams to monitor students' progress.

The curriculum is written and provided by Cisco in a fully accessible format for blind and vision impaired people. Diagrams in exams are described in text.

This course covers topics including:

  • Planning home, small business, and enterprise networks
  • Understanding types of networking equipment
  • Understanding how traffic moves through networks
  • Mapping devices in multiple local networks
  • Routing traffic between networks
  • Setting up remote networks that share data
  • Configuring industrial grade Cisco routers

How to Enroll

Enrolling in CCNA Exploration is easy. Just download and fill out our intake form. Email the form to us at the address provided on the form. You'll get an email from us once we receive your application. The final step is that an instructor will contact you for a short interview to make sure our course meets your needs and to answer any questions you might have.

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