Cisco is a multinational company based in San Jose (California), United States of America which develops, manufactures and sells networking equipment. Cisco also partners with WebEx, Jasper, and OpenDNS. Besides networking equipment, Cisco has been showing considerable interest in the upcoming technology known as the Internet of Things (IoT).
What is CISCO Training?
A CISCO Training begins with a CCENT or Cisco Certified Entry Level Technician certification as a foundation to CISCO concepts. A CCENT is required certification for CCNA or CCNP. A CCENT prepares a professional at an Associate-level. If a delegate does not posses the CCENT certification he / she can substitute it with a Cisco Certified Technician (CCT) certification as the stepping stone. During this training programme, the delegates will gain the skills and knowledge required to gain CCNA and CCNP certifications. Technicians with a CCNA or CCNP certification are required to identify, fix, and substitute critical Cisco networking and system devices at client locations.
Why CISCO Training?
New opportunities open up for CISCO professionals after obtaining the certifications and they even experience a rise in their current salaries. Employers prefer CISCO certified professionals to handle their networks.
Why choose Pearce Mayfield?
Pearce Mayfield is known to be one of the best training Provider in all domains in the UK. The delegates have imparted the knowledge at Pearce Mayfield from Certified Trainers who have Practical Experience. Interactive sessions during the course help remove the candidates' doubts and make them ready to solve any problems they may face – theoretically or practically – once they are involved in real time situations.
The person responsible for managing security in routers, switches and other networking devices supported by Cisco is termed as a Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP).
The CCNP Wireless Training is all about designing, implementing and functioning of Cisco Wireless networks. It also explains about mobility set-ups. CCNP Wireless certification lays emphasis on the theoretical as well as practical implementation of Wireless networking.
CCNA is offered by Cisco as a part of its technical certifications. The CCNA is a level above Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT). It is just below the CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional). Cisco offers five Cisco Career Certification programs and levels of accreditation. The different certifications are:
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