Cisco Move to CCNA 200-301

In this article we will discuss Cisco Move to CCNA 200-301, will make brief discussion on Cisco Move to CCNA 200-301, In last article we discuss about Message transmission protocols (MTP).

Cisco certifications serve as a roadmap to the skills expected of any networker, and the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification plays a central role in that story. Cisco’s CCNA defines the beginning skillset for anyone working with networks, and it has done so for more than 20 years. Over a million networkers have studied for CCNA. Cisco recently made huge changes in their entire certification program – the biggest changes since announcing CCNA and CCNP back in 1998. What does that mean to you? This 2-hour session focuses on the new Cisco CCNA certification.

No longer are there nine (yes, formerly nine) different associate-level Cisco certifications. Now there is one, simply called CCNA. The one remaining CCNA serves as the core of all Cisco certifications.What’s in the certification? What are the program changes? What should you do now to pass the old exams before they go away, or to prepare for the new exams before they arrive?This course, and the related course about the new CCNP Enterprise certification, intend to answer these questions, and more.

The course flow gives plenty of time for Q&A to get your specific questions answered – so come ready to learn, to make your plan, and to exit the session more confident of your plan and ready to learn about and pass your chosen CCNA exam!

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