Topics are not just taught. It was meant to be delivered such that, real world networking scenarios would be covered, implemented and configured.
Imagine yourself, being able to look a technical interviewer in the eye, and ace all those job interview question - because you're not just CCNA certified by just a piece of paper, you're a Network Engineer by heart, and Plus Factor of with Linux knowledge because you don't just know - you understand.
Still in doubt? We are giving away a very small portion of this training for you to see. We're giving away the entire Subnetting and IP Addressing portion of CCNA course and Basic Linux for you to gauge and see, if our way of teaching, and if our way of presenting those hard topics - turns on your networking mind!
Hi, I'm your instructor for this course. I've been teaching Cisco and Linux courses for the past 7 years. I am a licensed ECE (Electronics and Communictions Engineer), RHCE (Red Hat Certified Engineer), CCNP and CCNA. And my primary goal in creating courses is for my students to not just learn but to understand how the network works, and to apply them in their jobs. I hope that you'll find all my courses enlightening as I've made all my efforts in them to be so!