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Cisco courses at MIT (Auckland)

CCNA, CCNA security, CCNP, A+

Come and prepare your Cisco certification with the experts! Evening classes available for some courses, or if enough people request it.

Prepare for CCNA, CCNA Security, and CCNP at the Manukau Institute of Technology

prepare for CCNA, CCNA Security, CCNP and A+ at the Manukau Institute of Technology

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Preparation to the ICND2 certification exam

Preparation to ICND2 (evening classes)

Two courses preparing you towards the  200-101 ICND2 certification exam, resulting in the CCNA certification when combined to the ICND1 exam will run from July 2015. Alternatively, if you are a certified CCENT, this is the logical follow up  to prepare the 200-120 CCNA (composite exam)

These courses will be taught in the School of Engineering, home of the Cisco Networking academy  at the Manukau Institute of Technology.

The duration of each course is 8 weeks, and they will run in the evening.

Cisco Certification

Details out of one of our seven racks available to students to prepare Cisco certifications


The Internet of Everything

MIT-Cisco Networking Academy-AucklandFree Webinar

Free webinar available about the Internet of Everything. To enrol you need to go to

What is this about?

“The Internet of Everything (IoE) brings together people, process, data, and things to make networked connections more relevant and valuable than ever before – turning information into actions that create new capabilities, richer experiences, and unprecedented economic opportunity for businesses, individuals, and countries.”


The Internet of Everything

Existing students at the Cisco Academy “Manukau Institute of Technology” located in Auckland get free access to the full course.

A list of the available networking courses can be found on






Cisco Networking Classes at the Manukau Institute of Technology

Get your VIP pass to success!

Cisco computer and networking classes at MIT can help make it happen.

You’re communicating, socializing, researching, playing, creating, exploring. Chances are, you’re doing it on some kind of network.

But if you think digital networks are pervasive now, just wait. By 2015, there will be 15 billion global network connections — twice as many as there are people on Earth.

Learning about networks will give you lots of options. Because your future will be running on them.

With the right network skills, you can embark on an exciting and well-paying career in network engineering. Or you can bring those vital skills to an internship or job in some other industry. You may even catch the entrepreneurial spirit and start your own network-based company.

Get a VIP pass to your future by enrolling in Cisco Networking Academy classes offered at Manukau Institute of Technology.

Become a network insider.

Networking skills are in high demand. The mass of digital information grew 5000% in the last decade, but the number of IT professionals is expected to increase by only 1.5% over the next 10 years. That means opportunities will proliferate. Consider just a few possibilities:
• Network-driven smart grids are greening the power industry—good news for the planet.
• Advanced video-conferencing systems reduce business travel.
Specialized networks are revolutionizing video and graphics.
Global companies run their entire operations on networks, from designing and manufacturing to sales and support.
Non-profit organizations work to solve social problems worldwide, using innovative networks to enable positive change.
Cloud computing empowers software as a service, data center visualization, and more.
Schools and universities rely on networks. So do local governments, small businesses and home offices.

Set yourself apart.

Courses can lead to a Cisco certification—an impressive and desired addition to your resumé. Open the door to an exhilarating and opportunity-rich future.

What to expect?

Learn by doing. Our courses feature simulations, hands-on labs, and gaming— you may get inspired, and you won’t get bored.
Extend your reach. These classes will add to your personal skill set. Our diverse graduate population proves that you don’t have to be a techie to succeed.
Join a community. Connect online with Cisco students in 165 countries around the world.
Make a difference. Here’s your chance to build expertise that has a real impact. Knowledge is power. Especially useful, marketable knowledge.
Equalize ♀pportunity. Women are assuming an ever-growing role in the technology sphere. Networking Academy aims to reinforce that trend by preparing women for positions in IT and other careers where networking skills are highly rewarded.

It’s your future.

What’s next?

You can ring on 09 968 8765 Ext 8263, or use to plan your best path into computer networking offered at MIT, whether it be CCNA, CCNP or specialization options such as CCNA Security or IT Essentials taking you towards A+.

You can also use the same contact page, should you wish to have a look around and meet one of the instructors.

Networking Class

Study Computer Networking in Auckland at the Manukau Institute of Technology

CCNA topics (Part 2)

The Second CCNA Course

The topics included in the second CCNA course, Routing and Switching Essentials, will introduce the concepts and basic configuration of switched networks. The students then move on to VLANs then inter-VLAN routing. On the routing side , basics routing concepts are explained and the students get to configure static routing and single-area OSPF.

The last 3 topics explored in depth are Access Control Lists, DHCP and network address translation for IP version 4.

At the end of the first two courses, our student are ready to take and pass the CCENT certification examination : 100-101 ICND1

CCNA Student

CCNA Student

To enrol on one of our courses, get in touch via the contact page , or ring our administrator in Auckland on 09 968 8712



Cisco Academy Netriders

Congratulations to Ratu Rasovanivalu and Rocky Ralifo for reaching third place for New Zealand in the CCNA Cisco Academy Netriders Competition. They represented the Manukau Institute of Technology in the international competition that took place Thursday 12th September 2013.

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UpskillsTo The New CCNA (200-120)

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

Alternatively, you could use the contact page.

Catalyst 3560

Catalyst 3560



From July 2013, prepare your Cisco certification exam such as CCNA, CCNA Security or CCNP  in Auckland (New Zealand) in the Cisco Academy based within the Engineering School of Excellence, located in Manukau City You will be taught by certified … Continue reading