CISCO CCNA Semester 1 - Introduction to Networks
Whether you’re hoping to gain employment or just upgrading your skills in networking engineering, this Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) course will enhance your skills and understanding of Cisco Internetworking and give you a range of abilities that will be highly regarded.
This semester is stage one out of four in the series of networking courses. It will introduce the architecture, structure, functions, components and models of the internet and computer networks, giving you a general grounding in network knowledge. The principles of IP addressing and the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media and operations are also introduced to you, in order provide a foundation for the curriculum.
By the end of the course – which takes place over two evenings a week – you’ll be able to build simple LANs, perform basic configurations for routers and switches, as well as implement IP addressing schemes including VLSMs.
- Openshaw Campus
- Part Time
- 14 weeks
- September 2019
Academic Entry requirements
How will I be assessed?
If you complete semesters one and two, you’ll be able to take the professional CCENT exam and if you complete all four semesters, you can take the full professional exam for CCNA.
Fees, Finance and Funding
There are a number of different funding and finance options for anyone wanting to study this course. You may qualify for benefits or a bursary, or be able to get a special loan to help you pay. We can help you understand your options on our Fees, Funding and Finance page.
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