Cisco Networking Academy provides support and training through a distributed network of learning institutions and online communities. You can also get the answered by posting them to the learning platform communities or on the site of ITforum.ict frame.com.
Cisco Networking Academy is an IT skills and career building program for learning institutions and individuals worldwide. More than 5.5 million people have joined the Networking Academy and become a force for change in the global economy since 1997.
IT Essentials covers fundamental computer and career skills for entry-level IT jobs. The IT Essentials curriculum includes hands-on labs that provide practical experience. Virtual tools help you hone your troubleshooting skills and practice what you learn.
1 million people log in to the learning platform each month to learn, teach, and support each other.
- 500+ ASCs and ITCs provide support and training to ensure consistent delivery worldwide.
- 810,000 students and instructors use the Networking Academy Facebook community to connect, collaborate, and share ideas.
- When a learning institution becomes an academy, they choose an Academy Support Center (ASC) to provide operational support and services. ASCs help academies get started and sustain their programs. Instructor Training Centers (ITCs) provide initial instructor training and qualify instructors to teach courses.
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