The UK’s only Technical CCNA training course
Using real Cisco kit and led by Expert Instructors with comprehensive hands-on lab work
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Most of the time when people look at doing the CCNA course they generally say it is so that they can earn more by getting a promotion at work or maybe even moving to a better paid job.
How long it can take all depends on how much time and effort you put into the study of the material and how many hours you can devote to working on the practical labs you get when you attend a CCNA course with Commsupport.
We normally recommend between 6 to 8 weeks from start to finish as a good benchmark. We understand that there are many other training companies who will promise to get you through the exam within a week.
This is possible but it will require you to have prior knowledge of questions and answers in the exam. We at Commsupport want to focus on arming you with the skills you will need to walk into a really well-paid job when you get your CCNA certification.
In 8 weeks from now you could be holding your CCNA exam pass certificate and looking forward to a better job and higher pay. What could be a better incentive than that to study hard now.
As much as everyone loves passing the Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching exam the first time around it does not mean much if you can’t back up your exam pass with the skills you need in the real world.
Our CCNA Training course is designed to be hands on and with a focus on lab work. The sort of work you would expect to find in the real world. We don’t just focus on the theory, but we place a lot of emphasis on knowing how to design, build, configure and fault find Cisco Routing and Switching networks.
Having a solid foundation will put you in a great position to take and pass the Cisco CCNA exam the first time around.
If you want to come and pay us a visit before you decide which training company to invest your time and money with then just call us up, arrange a time and date and you can sit in the class with the students for a few hours so you can make up your mind if our teaching style is right for you. You can either come into the classroom or attend on-line via our webinar platform.
The CCNA exam at the moment comprises of two separate exams called the ICND1 and ICND2. Passing both of these exams will award you with the CCNA certification.
There are training courses which provide the CCNA as two separate courses each focusing on the syllabus for the ICND1 and ICND2 respectively.
Alternatively, it is also possible to get the CCNA certification by taking a single exam. This is wanting our Commsupport CCNA course focuses on.
There is a lot of overlap between the ICND1 and ICND2. We have removed the overlap and
created a 6 day weekday course which runs from Sunday to Friday, we also have a weekend course that runs over 5 consecutive Saturdays.
Our Cisco CCNA R&S course merges the content from the ICND1 and ICND2 into a single CCNA Training course delivered over 6 days (Sunday to Friday). Weekend CCNA Course is run over 5 consecutive Saturdays.
One of the most important aspects of any technical training course is access to lab exercises. Without a good grasp of the hands-on technical aspects of the material you are studying for then all you will learn in the theory which is only good up to a point.
Our technical lab manuals are some of the best CCNA training manuals in the industry. They have been in development since 2008 and they continue to be added to and refined so that meet the high expectations of our students who come to Commsupport because we have a reputation of being a lab focused CCNA course.
If you are not labbing every day then your competition is.
No one likes to be sat in a presentation having to endure one power point after another, that is why we have done away with the horrible things. All of our CCNA training courses rely on good old fashion “chalk and Talk”. We use interactive systems where we show live demonstrations to our classes all the way through the CCNA course.
Our lectures are interactive as possible, we encourage interaction and participation within our CCNA classes. Otherwise you may as well stay at home and watch videos instead.
We don’t like to squeeze dozens of students into a single classroom like some other providers. We limit our class sizes to 10 students. This way each student will have more attention from the instructor and more time to ask questions.
We have pioneered many firsts in the technical training industry. We were the first ot provide complete lab setups, we were the first to provide free retakes with very few conditions and we were and still are the only technical training company in the UK offering your entire CCNA course recorded from start to finish.
That’s right, we record your entire CCNA course from start to finish. Every lecture, every demonstration and everything that is said during the class is recorded for you to take home. Remember we are only Cisco CCNA Course London training company in the world which does this.
We have two types of student who come to us for their CCNA training. We have those students who just need a little brushing up before they take the CCNA exam and then we have those students who are completely new to the ccna course.
Those who are completely new to the CCNA training syllabus will come to the course to get the hang of the subjects rather than spending many months on their own trying to teach themselves. They attend the CCNA course then come back FOR FREE and attend the CCNA course once again.
The record for free retakes is currently 5. The student who took the CCNA course 5 times is now in a very senior networking position earning very good cash.
You are in good hands when you attend a CCNA course with Commsupport.
When you attend a CCNA course with us we don’t just kick you out of the door at the end of the week. We continue the training by running weekly webinar sessions to help you stay motivated, help your revise and ask the instructor questions. We look after our students here at Commsupport. We are always one phone call, one email away.
One of the very first things we introduced into the technical training industry was to have a policy of no sharing of equipment. All our students have their own dedicated lab setup on our CCNA courses. No sharing of equipment at Commsupport.
We have many students come and visit our classroom prior to booking with us. We can’t blame them. We have such great reviews that sometimes it is hard to believe that a company can be this good at what it does.
If you are considering us to help you gain your CCNA certification and are not sure, why not give us a call and arrange a time to pop in and see us. If there is a class running you can sit in with the students and take part, or alternatively if you can’t make it into the classroom you can attend the course remotely.
This is an ideal course if you’re looking to become a Network Engineer and or seeking the Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching Certification. We also recommend the course for anyone involved in the installation and support of enterprise branch office networks.
Job roles: Entry Level Network Engineer, Network Administrator, Network Support Technician or Help Desk Technician.
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