CCNA Security Boot Camp Classes Offered at Countrywide Training
Back Published 2009-06-02
Tampa, Fla. — June 2
CCNA Security is a new Associate Level certification designed to build upon the CCNA certification and serve as a prerequisite for the CCSP – Cisco Certified Security Professional certification. Countrywide Training now offers a dynamic CCNA Security Boot Camp class that will help students learn the necessary skills and knowledge needed to pass the certification exam to become a certified Cisco professional.
The Cisco CCNA Security certification validates the knowledge required to install, troubleshoot and monitor Cisco security network devices. In addition, CCNA Security confirms an individual's skills for job roles such as network security specialist, security administrator and network security support engineer. Prior to obtaining CCNA Security, an individual must hold an active CCNA certification.
Benefits to enrolling in Countrywide Training's CCNA Security Boot Camps include: enables students to use the CCNA certification as the foundation for careers in Cisco security technologies, prepares students for new career opportunities in security networking, and represents an important step toward the Cisco CCSP and other professional-level Cisco certifications.
Countrywide Training's CCNA Security Boot Camp class curriculum emphasizes core security technologies; the installation, troubleshooting and monitoring of network devices to maintain integrity, confidentiality and availability of data and devices; and competency in the technologies that Cisco uses in its security structure.
The instructor-led IT Cisco Boot Camp classes that Countrywide Training offers provide students with a quality and comprehensive IT education since they provide certified instructors to teach the class. These subject matter experts have years of experience and have created a special curriculum that teaches students via a variety of useful learning strategies comprised of in-depth lectures, demos, presentations and more that detail the information in understandable terms.
Students also learn from hands-on training labs that provide them the opportunity to practice what they learn in class to obtain real-world experience, so students learn from seeing and doing.