When pursuing your Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching Certification, it is easy to become overwhelmed by the sheer quantity of different training resources available for your exam preparation. From videos and books to virtual classrooms and online practice exams, there are training materials available to suit nearly any learning style.
INE’s CCNA R&S Bootcamp should be considered an essential learning tool for any aspiring CCNA candidate. Our 5-day live, onsite bootcamp will provide you with an unparalleled training opportunity to fine tune your knowledge and gain valuable exam preparation skills.
Our Bootcamp provides a combination of lectures, whiteboards, instructor demonstrations, hands-on labs, and frequent quizzes to test your understanding of materials learned. You will not only learn about essential CCNA technologies, but you will also be exposed to the various ways these technologies are implemented in real-world networks.
During the course of the bootcamp, you will learn about VLANs, Switching, IPv4 and IPv6 addressing, IP Routing Technologies, WAN Technologies, Network Security, and much more. The primary emphasis of this Bootcamp is coverage of ICND-2 topics, however some CCENT topics are covered as well.
In order to obtain the full benefit of this bootcamp, it is imperative that you watch roughly 7-hours of INE’s CCENT videos prior to attending this course. Details about the specific videos to watch will be provided upon request or when you enroll in the Bootcamp. The more prepared you are for the class the more you will take from it. This bootcamp is not designed to be your only form of exam preparation. You will need to have a familiarity with the exam topics in order to build on your existing knowledge throughout the bootcamp. Because this is a “Bootcamp” style course, be prepared for long days. Each day will last a minimum of 10-hours. If you have any questions about the suggested preparation necessary prior to the bootcamp, please reach out to one of our Training Specialists.
These Bootcamps are structured to run 10 hours per day, from 9am to 7pm or later with a one-hour lunch break. Materials used and provided for these classes are: Cisco’s IOS and Catalyst 3560 documentation, a digital whiteboard, and a full CCNA rack of equipment. Each student will be equipped with his or her own rack of equipment.
Buy and register early as prep time is suggested, class material is given, and we can best plan to fully accommodate you in your journey to certification.