As technology advances, the jobs we do will change in ways we’re just beginning to understand. Yet one job won’t be going anywhere; we’ll need legions of network engineers to design, build, upgrade, troubleshoot, and protect the clouds and connections we increasingly rely on. The Premium CompTIA & Cisco Networking Certification Prep Bundle helps both newbies and IT professionals upskill to build the networks of tomorrow.
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For new engineers, there are three courses on Cisco’s Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) 200-301 certification on networking basics. The first will take you through networking from first principles to ground you in how they’re built and function, with the second course focusing on larger networks and the third a full range prep course for the example. All three use real case studies and practice examples so you can “get your hands dirty” with the code and construction of networks. There’s also an entire course of troubleshooting labs, to help familiarize yourself with common networking problems and how to quickly solve them.
Next, the bundle focuses on the Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) certification, using the same techniques to discuss routing digital traffic at the industrial level, securing those networks and the clouds they’re often used to stand up. There are courses on the CompTIA Security+, CompTIA CSA+, and CompTIA Cloud + certifications. Even if you’re going to stick with networking, detailed knowledge of these topics can help you maintain networks as more demands are placed on them and new vulnerabilities are found.
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