Friday, August 8, 2008

Cisco Certification can change your life

"The Cisco learning network" discovering the future network technology. If you are an IT professional then this post is going to help you a lot. Cisco Learning Network is a kind of social learning network for IT professionals. Networking job for IT professionals is increasing day to day. And IT professionals choosing Networking job for their career for various reasons. "Networking job" means - A high salary with attractive career with extraordinary professional skill.Cisco certification is such a certification programme which can change your life. You can try Cisco, if you are interested to have such a fantastic career with Networking. Once you take a decision in your life will take you to a new way, it may be positive or negative, depend on the decision. So, today take your decision... are you ready to take the challenging career opportunity in the networking field? or Not? Whatever may be your answer... you should read the post fully and visit the "Certification & Job Roles" and Learn how Cisco certification can translate to enhanced IT career opportunities. IT Networking Jobs are likely to be increased 53% by the year 2016, and it is the fastest growing occupation. Read the Personal Story Board, which will guide you to take the right decision.
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. Your life is going to be changed with Cisco certification.
Here i am going to discuss a little about the entry level course, that's Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT ™ Certification). A CCENT is your first step toward CCNA certification, you will not have to stand in the quence. CCENT certified professionals have the knowledge and skill to install, operate, and troubleshoot a small enterprise branch network, including basic network security.

So, visit the Cisco' website and take the decision.

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