What are the objectives of this course?
Develop industry-leading skills and work towards certification with this Cisco CCNA training package. The new and updated ICND1 v2 and ICND2 v2 course provide students with network infrastructure knowhow forming the first steps towards earning CCNA certification. The live labs are a dedicated PC hardware resource allowing candidates to test their knowledge while progressing through the course. Ensuring they have an ability to translate course theory into practical skills which can be applied to real-world situations. The course starts with the CCENT/ICND1, students will learn:
- Operation of data networks, recognize the purpose and functions of various network devices such as routers, switches, bridges hubs. How to describe the purpose and operation of the protocols in the OSI and TCP/IP models
- The importance of IPv4/IPv6 in IP Addressing and how to implement them.
- How to implement Variable Length Subnet Masks (VLSM)
- How to improve network performance using VLANs and Trunks.
- The use of Open Shortest Path First (OPSF) routing.
- How to properly understand network protocol application and management.
- How to configure and verify network device security features.
- How to troubleshoot and correct common problems associated with IP addressing and host configurations.
The course then breaks into the second module, ICND2:
- Administration and licensing of Cisco hardware devices and management tools.
- Troubleshooting IPv4/IPv6 network connectivity.
- The configuration of clients for SNMP, Syslog, Netflow, OSPF, and EIGRP according to specific business needs.
- LAN Switching Technologies – the use of Spanning Tree protocol and EtherChannel.
- The application of Layer 3 redundancy protocols to improve network resilience.
Who is it intended for?
The Cisco CCNA qualification is for anyone who is looking to pursue a career in IT networking or support.
There are no pre-requisites for this course.
What marks this course apart?
Cisco CCNA certified networking professional can function in roles such as network administrator, support engineer and network engineer. These roles can earn an average of £30,000 a year. Source: PayScale
What happens after requesting information?
Once you have enquired you will be contacted by one of our specialist careers advisors who will be able to provide you with any further information you require.