CCNA Job Titles: CISCO Certified Networking Associate
After completion of the CCNET certification, holders have an opportunity to enroll in Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA) courses. CISCO redesigned the CCNA program in 2013 to offer the certification in various subspecialties related to networking. For example, the CCNA Cloud certification focuses on the skills required for cloud networking, while the CCNA Wireless certification validates an individual's competence in wireless local area networks (WLANs). CCNA certificates are available in the following ten areas: cloud, collaboration, cybersecurity operations, data center, design, industrial/IoT, routing and switching, security, service provider, and wireless. A CCNA routing and switching certification covers the fundamentals of enterprise networking, including: LAN switching, IP addressing, routing, sub- netting, and more. It assesses an individual's ability to deploy, configure, manage, and troubleshoot enterprise networks.
Employment as a networking technician can be found in almost any business environment. According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, job growth for network technicians, including entry-level, is expected to grow by over 20 percent between 2008 and 2018. Job prospects in this field are projected to be even more numerous over the next decade to follow. Depending on the precise job title of a CCNA holder, the salary associated with this certification is between $30,000 and $70,000 per year. Certifications and complementary job skills may also impact salary. This training requires hands-on experience, and is a prerequisite CISCO professional level certifications. CCNA candidates must pass two exams to become certified. CCENT and CCNA classes are transferable to the CSU system.
|CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY - CCNA TRAINING
||CIS 001/CIS 070/CIS 071 Pre-Requisites)
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||CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY 3
||CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY 4
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