F.A.Q

CCNAF.A.Q

Can the CCNA course be covered in 15 classes?

Yes, We cover all the course materials in 15*3 hour courses. During the week interval between courses we encourage students to re-read the previous chapter. This is especially important on subjects such as Subnetting and OSPF.

Does it make sense to invest in education during a recession?

Even more so in a recession. There is a currently a lack of qualified network engineers in Dublin and CCNA will your chances embarking on a successful networking career are significantly increased by acquiring the Cisco certification. This currently a shortage of Cisco Network Engineers in Dublin. See Attached link for current CCNA jobs in Dublin:

CCNA Jobs in Dublin

How are your Courses so affordable, when other companies charge up to €2000.00?

The Answer is easy. We don’t have the big overheads that some training companies/colleges since we don’t have a fulltime college course. This way we can pass the difference onto you.

The Answer is easy. We don’t have the big overheads that some training companies/colleges since we don’t have a fulltime college course. This way we can pass the difference onto you.

There is absolutely no doubt they will. Though employers prefer a combination of both certification and experience, there is a shortage of candidates who possess both and thus certified candidates without experience are also considered for positions. Not everyone has experience and we must all start somewhere. The CCNA certification is world renowned as THE entry level networking certification. All roads start from here.

Is Cisco certification valid outside of the Ireland and does it hold the same value?

Yes, Cisco certifications are recognised internationally and carry just as much weight anywhere in the world. Many of our students get certified with a view to work abroad.

What is the typical daily class schedule?

I understand that evening classes can get a bit tiresome especially after a hard days work in the office. Therefore our classes are tailor-made to have lab courses for the second half of each class to turn that theory into practice.