Progress in networking technologies have meant that the CCNA 640-802 certification was becoming outdated. Proof of that there were less and less jobs advertised just for CCNA. Most positions now require CCNP as a baseline. Cisco has therefore changed the scope of the certification, and a lot of new technologies are now on board.
How to get ready for CCNA 200-120?
The course ” Network Engineering 4 ” available from July 2013 at the Engineering Faculty of Manukau Institute of Technology will this contain a considerable section about upskilling to the new CCNA (200-120).
The CCNA certification has considerably changed this year, and the ‘old’ version 640-802 is only available up to the end of September.
To reflect this, Network Engineering 4 will this year contains the topics of IPv6, Multi-Area OSPF, Layer 3 redundancy, EtherChannel technology, IOS15 and network management tools.
Details to enrol on this course – and the other CCNA courses- are available on http://www.technologysecurity.org/cisco-networking-auckland/.
Alternatively, you could use the contact page.