Certification? What is a certification?
A person gets certified after taking a exam offered by a vendor in a test centre.
The Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT) and Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) are the entry level certifications to become a networking professional.
Why should I take the certification exam?
You might want to formalise or extend your present knowledge.
Holding a valid certification exam in the proof of your knowledge. It can be scary to take the exams, as they are fast paced and not easy – that is what make their value after all! With the correct preparation, you should be able to clear them easily!
Cisco certifications are recognised worldwide and lead students into starting roles for businesses operating a Cisco network. They are also a starting point towards higher certification or certification in other networking area, such as network security, wireless…
There is a lot of demand for Networking specialists!
I am working during the day time and will not be given the time off to attend classes!
You can study towards the CCNA and CCENT certification in Auckland at MIT, recognised as a centre of excellence for Cisco certification training . In 2015, we will be running classes in the evening, starting from 16th February. Since the places are limited, you need to book your place and enrol on the course as soon as possible. Do not get caught!
We will give you access to our racks of equipment 7 days per week.
You will be ready to sit the CCENT certification in July, and the CCNA certification at the end of November. You could also decide to take one single exam covering the two certifications at the end.
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