Thursday, June 26, 2008

Cisco Certification: Network Certification Programs

The Cisco Learning Network is a kind of social learning network for IT professionals. If you belong to an IT profession, this post may be helpful for you to expand your learning and advance your career. Networking is growing in demand along with the need for IT professionals. Jobs in Networking are a primary choice for a career. The many available skills one can learn will attract employers and higher salaries. Though, there is challenge, but believe me I like challenges! Many of you do also, because we think a challenge (must be positive !!) can give us a higher reward. So, if you are thinking about this type of program you can try to get your Cisco certification. Read the personal story of the ex- student who benefited from the program. Your life is going to be changed with Cisco certification. Cisco is organizing different types of courses that are for Entry Level, Associate, Professional, Expert and Specialist levels. Some of the interesting courses are - IP Networking, Routing and Switching, Security, Wireless, Service Provider, Voice, Data Center, Foundation for Channel Partners, Unified Communications, Storage Networking, Etc. IT Networking Jobs are likely to be increased 53% by the year 2016, and it is the fastest growing occupation. Whether you are newer or experienced, your career mostly rests on two pillars - 1.Capability and 2. Training. I can assure you , "Cisco Certified Internet Expert (CCIE) expert-level credentials" is the highest level of achievement for network professionals, which certify an individual as an expert. People who gain this certification are offered the post of CTO, CIO, Director of IT, etc. You can guess how incredible the Salary packages are for these positions !! After completion of the course from Cisco, you will advance your networking career, job titles, job roles, and career path. Perhaps, it will increase your current drawn salary exponentially within a short time length. Let's hope so!

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