CCNA Exploration 1 (Networking Fundamentals) & CCNA Exploration 2 (Routing & Protocols)
Course Code: 71177
Duration: 32 Weeks
- Networking for home and small businesses
- Working at a small-to-medium business or Internet Service Provider (ISP)
- Introducing routing and switching in the enterprise
- Designing and supporting computer networks
Cisco® online assessment exams: Semester chapter exams (70% pass mark) Semester final exam (70% pass mark) • Range of Semester Practical Labs • Case Study • Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) exam
71177 / LNE1A
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The curriculum offers a hands-on approach to learning, and uses interactive tools and easy-to-follow labs to help you learn the general theory needed to build networks.
Subjects studied may include:
Networking for home and small businesses
Working at a small-to-medium business or Internet Service Provider (ISP)
Introducing routing and switching in the enterprise
Designing and supporting computer networks
These are delivered sequentially, and each course is a pre-requisite for the next course.
Please contact Gary Ritchie firstname.lastname@example.org before enrolling on this course.
There are no prerequisite qualifications required for this course.
Applications are particularly welcome from women and mature students with basic computer skills.
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