Applied Routing and Switching leading to CCNA (200-301)
This training program aims to enhance networking professionals’ careers and help them progress. Certified professionals in Applied Routing and Switching will enjoy improved job prospects and opportunities. CCNA (200-301), the first level of the Cisco certification program, evaluates network professionals’ competency levels in routing, switching, and connectivity.
Why get certified?
As enterprises shift towards controller-based architectures, the role and skills required of a core network engineer are expanding and becoming increasingly critical. This training provides core technology knowledge and relevant skill sets to adopt next-generation technologies.
The Applied Routing and Switching training imparts knowledge about computer networks, communication protocols, managing and configuring Cisco switches and routers, and various WAN technologies. IP and non-IP networks can be installed, configured, operated, maintained, and troubleshot after completing this course.
This course is ideal for:
- Network Administrators
- Network Support Engineers
- Network Engineer Associate
- Network Specialist
- Network Analyst
What are the prerequisites for taking up this course?
Before enrolling in the Applied Routing and Switching training, you should have a good understanding of network fundamentals, experience in implementing LAN and internet connectivity, managing network device security, and implementing WAN and basic IPv6 connectivity.
Why choose us?
Our training program features experienced trainers and hands-on practical sessions. We offer flexible training options, including face-to-face or live online sessions. Our training leads to CCNA (200-301) certification.
Enroll in our Applied Routing and Switching course today and take the first step towards a successful career in the networking field.
- Network Fundamentals
- Network Access
- IP Connectivity
- IP Services
- Security Fundamentals
- Automation and Programmability