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Cisco certified Network Associate

Abilities Validated by the Certification

  • Effectively demonstrate knowledge of how to architect and deploy secure and robust applications on Cisco technologies
  • Define a solution using architectural design principles based on customer requirements
  • Provide implementation guidance based on best practices to the organization throughout the life cycle of the project

BENEFITS OF CCNA
CERTIFICATIONS

There are lots of benefits in getting the CCNA certification for IT professionals, some of which are:

  • Increase in salary
  • High demand in the job market
  • Latest knowledge of the domain
  • Opens doors to new avenues
  • Emerging Networking Opportunities

Duration 6 Weeks | Fee 10K+GST 18%

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Cisco Certified Network Associate

Course Fee

$350

Course Duration

40 Hours

Course Mode

Classroom     Online

What are the new changes to Cisco Certifications specially CCNA Track ?

The Associate Level certifications will be consolidated and updated into two certifications: 

  • CCNACisco have consolidated the CCNA programme into one, comprehensive exam (200-301 CCNA) that covers entry level networking skills across technologies, such as basic IP fundamentals, network access, IP connectivity, and basics of automation and network programmability, and security fundamental skills, because a breadth of skills is needed when first entering networking.         
  • DevNet Associate Achieving Cisco Certified DevNet Associate certification proves your skills in developing and maintaining applications built on Cisco platforms. To earn DevNet Associate certification, you pass one exam  (200-901 DEVASC) that covers the fundamentals of software development and design for Cisco platforms.

What are job roles one can get after CCNA program ?

Acquiring CCNA training and certification course opens up a plethora of job opportunities with promising roles of:

  • Network Engineer
  • Network Administrator 
  • Sr. Network Engineer
  • Information Technology (IT) Manager 
  • Software Engineer
  • Systems Engineer (Computer Networking / IT)

Why the Changes?

Cisco explains these changes as a way of “revolutionizing the role of network professionals and software developers to drive technology innovation and accelerate business.”

For example DevNet, Cisco’s developer program, will encompass software developers and certified network professionals in one community. Cisco’s promotional literature touts this collaboration as a way to share best practices and expand automation capabilities.

While preparing IT professionals for associate-level IT jobs, the new exam will encompass more skills and knowledge. Cisco sees the changes as incorporating software practices into networking, creating one community by having developers and networkers work together solving network problems.

Cisco will release new software certifications to guarantee IT professionals can meet the demands for automation and programming. These innovations will further Cisco’s goal of bringing development and network professionals’ work closer together. This move reflects changes in the industry where automation and network careers are becoming closer aligned, with more companies demanding this ability from IT pros.

The new exam will be broken down in these proportions:

  • IP Connectivity — 25 percent
  • Network Access — 20 percent
  • Network Fundamentals — 20 percent
  • IP Services — 10 percent
  • Security Fundamentals — 15 percent
  • Automation and Programmability — 10 percent

After exam takers earn a CCNA, they can pursue different specialization paths among the Cisco Certified Specialist careers. Specialization in job roles will replace multiple tracks in the Cisco career path. IT professionals may obtain various skills needed after earning the CCNA.

Cisco hopes that the changes will inspire more agility for those seeking careers in IT, as the market constantly changes and the certification processes try to keep up.


 What are the benefits of CCNA certification?

  • For sure you are going to increase the knowledge and broaden your understanding of this concept on how it works.
  • Chance of getting promoted is easy with a good hike.
  • CCNA Certification helps in stable employment in the reputed IT firms
  • Even if you are from a non-technical background you can become a CCNA certified by clearing the examination.
  • The certification keeps you active in all the latest trends and technology.
  • CCNA certification will lead to many other certifications like CCNA security, CCNA wireless, and many other certifications


Are the exam questions are the same in all the countries ?

It is most likely, the exam questions are the same in all countries. But notice that Cisco has a pool of questions and each time you take the exam, a number of random questions will show up so you will not see all the same questions as the previous exam.


What are the questions types asked in CCNA exam?

Generally, these are the types of questions asked in the CCNA exam

  • Multiple choice questions with a single answer
  • Multiple choice questions with multiple answers
  • Drag and drop type questions
  • Fill in the blanks
  • Simulation type questions


How is the CCNA exam conducted?

Most of the Cisco Certification Exams are delivered in a secured and proctored (Which means you are watched by cameras) environment at Person VUE Test Centres and these centers are available throughout the world.

Please refer to following Video for complete details on Certification changes

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