If you’ve ever considered working as a Cisco Networking Engineer or specialist, but felt you lacked the knowledge or skills to launch your career, this might be what you’re looking for.
This course bundle is aimed at absolute beginners to IT who want to start a career in Cisco networking or just develop their skills in this area. The course assumes you have no technical knowledge of IT whatsoever. To understand Cisco networking and practice it at a technical level, you must first possess an understanding of basic IT literacy as well as certain technologies, which you will be taught through this course. Through this course, you will gain a series of globally recognised networking certifications from CompTIA and Cisco. You will also possess a set of networking skills you can apply to a vast range of IT job roles.
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From the beginning, we teach you about basic IT literacy, basic software features and functions, basic networking, operating systems, and basic security threats. From there, the course steps up a notch exploring these areas in more depth. As you progress through the various stages, your knowledge of networking will gradually begin to develop.
The course bundle is comprised of five separate courses in total. Once of which is skills based only with no exam, and four certification courses with a final exam after each course. The final course being the Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA). The first course (CompTIA IT Fundamentals) provides a soft introduction to basic IT terminology, concepts and technology.
To help you grasp the concepts and develop the skills within the course, simulators are also included. These allow you to practice your networking skills learnt on the course. In the IT world, these simulators are otherwise known as ‘Live Labs’.
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What’s included in this certification bundle?
This bundle contains five courses in total comprising of two CompTIA certification courses (inclusive of three official CompTIA exams), one Cisco certification course (inclusive of one official Cisco exam), one skills based CompTIA course (with no exam), and one skills based course (with no exam). This course MUST be completed in the order listed below. Click on a title to see a full breakdown of what you’ll be learning in each course.
The Average Cisco Networking Specialist Profile:
1. IC3 Computing Fundamentals (NO EXAM)
Mobile Devices Hardware Device Types Hardware Components Hardware Components Part 2 Peripherals Peripherals Part 2 Storage Computer Software Architecture Configuration And Preferences Configurations And Preferences Part 2 File Management Networking Backup And Restore Cloud Computing Security Troubleshooting Software Troubleshooting Software Part 2
2. CompTIA IT Fundamentals FC0-U61 (NO EXAM)
OPERATING SYSTEMS Overview Computer Operating Systems Microsoft Windows Apple MacOS GNU Linux SOFTWARE AND APPLICATIONS Software Usage Requirements Business And Productivity Software Business And Productivity Software Part 2 Collaboration Software Web Browser Settings Web Browser Settings Part 2 SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT Programming Concepts Programming Concepts Part 2 Developing With Python COMPUTER HARDWARE Central Processing Unit (CPU) Common Hardware Common Hardware Part 2 Peripheral Devices Peripheral Devices Part 2 Display Hardware Storage Hardware NETWORKING Basic Networking Concepts Basic Networking Concepts Part 2 Configuring A Wireless Router Configuring A Wireless Router Part 2 Connection And Service Types Connection And Service Types Part 2 DATABASES Database Concepts Querying A Database Table Design SECURITY Basic Security Principles Basic Security Principles Part 2 Security Best Practices Security Best Practices Part 2 Security Best Practices Part 3 TROUBLESHOOTING Troubleshooting Methodology Troubleshooting Methodology Part 2 Troubleshooting Example
2. CompTIA A+ 220-1101 and 1102 (2 EXAMS INCLUDED)
CompTIA A+ 220-1101
Module 1 – CompTIA A+ 220-1101 Devices, Setups, and Installs 1.1 Introduction to the Course, Meet the Instructor 1.2 Appropriate Safety Procedures 1.3 PC Components 1.4 Guidelines for PC Disassembly 1.5 Motherboards 1.6 CPU Sockets 1.7 PCI Bus 1.8 Storage Bus (SATA and IDE) 1.9 Discussing PC Components 1.10 Common Connection Interfaces 1.11 Wired and Wireless Connection Standards 1.12 Install Peripheral Devices 1.13 Guidelines and Discussion for Installing Peripheral Devices Module 2 – CompTIA A+ 220-1101 Displays and Multimedia Devices 2.1 Displays and Multimedia 2.2 Display Device Connections and Cables 2.3 Discussing Display Device Installation and Configuration 2.4 Troubleshoot Display Devices 2.5 Guidelines for Troubleshooting Display Devices 2.6 Discussing Display Device Troubleshooting 2.7 Install and Configure Multimedia Devices 2.8 Discussing Multimedia Device Installation and Configuration Module 3 – CompTIA A+ 220-1101 Supporting Multiple Drive Types 3.1 Supporting Multiple Drive Types and Memory 3.2 Memory Types 3.3 RAM Types 3.4 Memory Modules 3.5 DIMM and SO-DIMM Technologies 3.6 Parity and ECC RAM 3.7 Memory Compatibility Issues 3.8 Discussing System Memory Installation 3.9 Install and Configure Mass Storage Devices 3.10 Storage Adapters and Cables 3.11 Solid State Drives 3.12 Guidelines for Installing Mass Storage Devices 3.13 Discussing Mass Storage Device Installation and Configuration 3.14 Install and Configure Removable Storage 3.15 Discussing Removable Storage Device Installation and Configuration 3.16 Configure RAID 3.17 RAID Configuration Options 3.18 Discussing RAID Configuration 3.19 Troubleshoot Storage Devices 3.20 Boot Failures 3.21 Discussing Storage Device Troubleshooting Module 4 – CompTIA A+ 220-1101 Accounting for CPUs and Internal Components 4.1 Install Upgrade CPUs 4.2 Multiprocessing and Multicore Processors 4.3 Discussing CPU Upgrades 4.4 Configure and Update BIOS UEFI 4.5 Discussing BOIS-UEFI Configuration and Updates 4.6 Install Power Supplies 4.7 Discussing Power Supply Installation 4.8 Troubleshoot Internal System Components 4.9 POST and Boot Problems 4.10 Boot Troubleshooting and Log Entries 4.11 Motherboard Component Problems 4.12 Discussing System Component Troubleshooting Module 5 – CompTIA A+ 220-1101 All About Network Theories 5.1 Wired Networks 5.2 Common Ethernet Network Implementations 5.3 Taps and Mirrors 5.4 Discussing Wired Networks 5.5 Network Hardware Devices 5.6 Switches 5.7 Power Over Ethernet 5.8 Discussing Network Hardware Devices 5.9 Wireless Networks 5.10 Access Points and Wireless Network Modes 5.11 Discussing Wireless Networks 5.12 Internet Connection Types 5.13 Wireless Internet Service Providers WISP 5.14 Discussing Internet Connection Types 5.15 Network Configuration Concepts 5.16 The TCIP-IP Protocol Suite 5.17 Internet Protocol and IP Addressing 5.18 Public and Private IP Addresses 5.19 IPv6 5.20 Discussing Network Configuration Concepts 5.21 Network Services 5.22 DNS 5.23 Dynamic and Static IP Configurations 5.24 DNS Records MX and A 5.25 Web Servers and HTTP-HTTPS 5.26 Discussing Network Services Module 6 – CompTIA A+ 220-1101 Network Operations and Diagnostics 6.1 Configuring and Troubleshooting Networks 6.2 Network Connections in Windows 6.3 Install and Configure SOHO Networks 6.4 Configure SOHO Network Security 6.5 Firewalls 6.6 Port Forwarding and Port Triggering 6.7 Windows Firewall 6.8 Network Security and Embedded Appliances 6.9 Configure Remote Access 6.10 Discussing Remote Access Configuration 6.11 Troubleshoot Network Connections 6.12 IP Configuration Issues 6.13 Routing Issues 6.14 Discussing Network Connection Troubleshooting Module 7 – CompTIA A+ 220-1101 Cloud and Virtualization Computing 7.1 Configure Client-Side Virtualisation 7.2 Hypervisors 7.3 Processor Support and Resource Requirements 7.4 Virtual Networks 7.5 Client-Side Virtualization 7.6 Cloud Computing Concepts 7.7 Internal and External Shared Resources 7.8 Cloud Service Options 7.9 Virtual Desktops 7.10 Software-Defined Networking (SDN) 7.11 Discussing Cloud Computing Concepts Module 8 – CompTIA A+ 220-1101 Laptop Features and Troubleshooting 8.1 Use Laptop Features 8.2 Expansion Options 8.3 Discussing Laptop Features 8.4 Install and Configure Laptop Hardware 8.5 Discussing Laptop Hardware Installation and Configuration 8.6 Troubleshoot Common Laptop Issues 8.7 Discussing Troubleshooting Common laptop Issues Module 9 – CompTIA A+ 220-1101 Syncing and Setup of Mobile Devices 9.1 Syncing and Setup of Mobile Devices 9.2 Connect and Configure Mobile Devices 9.3 Configure Mobile Device Network Connectivity 9.4 Mobile VPN Configuration 9.5 Email Configuration Options 9.6 Discussing Mobile Device Network Connectivity Configuration 9.7 Support Mobile Apps 9.8 Discussing Mobile App Support Module 10 – CompTIA A+ 220-1101 All Things Printing 10.1 All Things Printing 10.2 Discussing Laser Printer Maintenance 10.3 Maintain Inkjet Printers 10.4 Discussing Inkjet Printer Maintenance 10.5 Maintain Impact, Thermal, and 3D Printers 10.6 Discussing Impact, Thermal, and 3D Printer Maintenance 10.7 Install and Configure Printers 10.8 Discussing Printer Installation and Configuration 10.9 Troubleshoot Print Device Issues 10.10 Install and Configure Imaging Devices 10.11 Discussing Device Installation and Configuration
CompTIA A+ 220-1102
Module 1 – CompTIA A+ 220-1102 Operating System Management 1.1 Introduction to the Course, Meet the Instructor 1.2 Identify Common Operating Systems 1.3 Microsoft Windows 1.4 Work and Education Features 1.5 Windows System Limits 1.6 Apple Operating Systems 1.7 Linux Disk and File Management 1.8 Discussing OS Types 1.9 Use Windows Features and Tools 1.10 Administrative Tools 1.11 Manage Files in Windows 1.12 System Hierarchies 1.13 File Attributes 1.14 Discussing Windows Features and Tools 1.15 Manage Disks in Windows 1.16 Discussing File Management in Windows 1.17 The Windows Disk Management Console 1.18 Discussing Windows Disk Management 1.19 Manage Devices in Windows 1.20 Device Manager 1.21 Discussing Windows Device Manager Module 2 – CompTIA A+ 220-1102 Configuring and installing the OS 2.1 Configuring and Installing the OS 2.2 Installation Boot Methods 2.3 Disk Formatting and Partitioning 2.4 Networking Considerations 2.5 Post Installation Tasks 2.6 OS Installation Types 2.7 Unattended Installations 2.8 Maintain OSs 2.9 OS Updates 2.10 Anti-Malware Updates 2.11 Scheduled Backups 2.12 Task Schedulers part 1 2.13 Task Schedulers part 2 2.14 Install Windows 10 Demonstration 2.15 Discussing OS Maintenance Module 3 – CompTIA A+ 220-1102 Tools to Troubleshoot and Maintain the OS 3.1 Install and Manage Windows Applications 3.2 Windows OS Tools 3.3 Application and Print Services 3.4 Task Manager 3.5 Manage Windows Performance 3.6 Windows Performance Management Tools 3.7 Troubleshoot Windows 3.8 Event Viewer 3.9 The System Configuration Utility 3.10 Troubleshooting Tips Boot Process 3.11 Troubleshooting Tips for Windows System Issues 3.12 Blue Screens and Spontaneous Shutdowns 3.13 Troubleshooting Tips for File and Memory Corruption 3.14 Safe Boot 3.15 System Repair Disc 3.16 System Restore 3.17 Guidelines for Troubleshooting Windows Issues Module 4 – CompTIA A+ 220-1102 Network Management Tools 4.1 Network Management Tools 4.2 Network Connectivity 4.3 IP Addressing and Connection Types 4.4 Proxy Settings 4.5 Windows Client Configuration 4.6 Location Services 4.7 Firewalls 4.8 Network Troubleshooting 4.9 Remote Desktop Tools 4.10 Desktop Management and Remote Monitoring Tools 4.11 Discussion Topics Module 5 – CompTIA A+ 220-1102 Sharing Resources and Wrights Management 5.1 Sharing Resources and Wrights Management 5.2 User Group Accounts 5.3 Local Security Policy 5.4 SSO and Credential Manager 5.5 Workgroups and Homegroups 5.6 Network and Sharing Centre 5.7 Network Share Configuration 5.8 NTSF File and Folder Permissions 5.9 Configure Active Directory Accounts and Policies 5.10 Domain Membership and Group Policy Objects 5.11 Basic AD Functions 5.12 Account Locks and Password Resets Module 6 – CompTIA A+ 220-1102 Threats and Security Measures 6.1 Threats and Security Measures 6.2 Logical Security Concepts 6.3 Encryption 6.4 PKI and Certificates 6.5 Execution Control 6.6 NAC 6.7 Discussing Logical Security Concepts 6.8 Threats and Vulnerabilities 6.9 Types of Password Attacks 6.10 Discussing Threats and Vulnerabilities 6.11 Physical Security Controls 6.12 Discussing Physical Security Measures Module 7 – CompTIA A+ 220-1102 Policies to Protect Data 7.1 Policies to Protect Data 7.2 Implement Security Best Practices 7.3 Guidelines for Implementing Security Best Practices 7.4 Discussing Security Best Practices Implementation 7.5 Implement Data Protection Policies 7.6 ACLs and Directory Permissions 7.7 Full Disk Encryption 7.8 Guidelines for Implementing Data Protection Policies 7.9 Discussing Data Protection Policies 7.10 Protect Data During Incident Response 7.11 Discussing Data Protection During Incident Response Module 8 – CompTIA A+ 220-1102 Prevent Malware and Security Threats 8.1 Prevent Malware and Security Threats 8.2 Detect, Remove, and Prevent Malware 8.3 Trojan Horses and Spyware 8.4 Sources of Malware Infection 8.5 Best Practices for Malware Removal 8.6 Discussing Detecting, Removing, and Preventing Malware Infections 8.7 Troubleshoot Common Workstation Security Issues 8.8 Discussing Troubleshoot Common Workstation Security Issues Module 9 – CompTIA A+ 220-1102 Supporting and Troubleshooting Mobile Devices 9.1 Supporting and Troubleshooting Mobile Devices 9.2 Secure Mobile Devices 9.3 IOT Internet of Things 9.4 Discussing Mobile Device Security 9.5 Troubleshoot Mobile Device Issues 9.6 Mobile Device Security Troubleshooting 9.7 Discussing Troubleshooting Mobile Devices Module 10 – CompTIA A+ 220-1102 Implementing Operational Procedures 10.1 Implementing Operational Procedures 10.2 Environmental Impacts and Controls 10.3 Discussing Environmental Impact and Controls 10.4 Create and Maintain Documentation 10.5 Discussing Documentation Creation and Maintenance 10.6 Use Basic Change Management Best Practices 10.7 Discussing Change Management Best Practices 10.8 Implement Disaster Prevention and Recovery Methods 10.9 Discussing Implement Disaster Prevention and Recovery Methods 10.10 Basic Scripting Concepts 10.11 Discussing Scripting 10.12 Professionalism and Communication 10.13 Discussing Professionalism and Communication Skills
4. CompTIA Network+ N10-008 (1 EXAM)
1.0 – NETWORKING FUNDAMENTALS Overview OSI Model OSI And TCP-IP Models Encapsulation Network Topologies Network Types Virtualization Service Provider Links Copper Cables And Connections Fibre Cables And Connections Ethernet Standards Cable Management IP Addressing Schemes And Contexts IP Addressing IPv4 IP Addressing Subnetting Basics IP Addressing Subnetting Example IP Addressing Subnetting Scenarios IP Addressing IPv6 Protocols And Ports Network Services Network Services DNS Datacenter Network Architecture Cloud And Networking Concepts 2.0 – NETWORK IMPLEMENTATIONS Networking And Networked Devices Routing And Bandwidth Management Ethernet Switching Wireless Infrastructure Wireless Encryption Standards 802.11 Standards Cellular Technologies 3.0 NETWORK OPERATIONS Performance Metrics Interface Statistics Device Logs SNMP Environmental Factors Plans And Procedures Plans And Procedures – BCDR Security Policies Organizational Documentation High Availability And Disaster Recovery 4.0 – NETWORK SECURITY Security Concepts Security – Cryptography Basics Security – Defense In Depth Security – Authentication Methods Security – Assessment Types Technology-Based Attacks Remote Connections Social Engineering Virtual Private Networks Physical Security Network Hardening – Best Practices Network Hardening – Wireless Security 5.0 – NETWORK TROUBLESHOOTING Troubleshooting – Identify The Problem Troubleshooting – Establish And Test A Theory Troubleshooting – Plan And Implement A Solution Troubleshooting – Verify System Functionality Troubleshooting – Document The Issue Cabling Tools Cabling Issues Network Software Tools Troubleshooting With Ping IP Addressing Commands DNS Troubleshooting Commands Route Troubleshooting Commands Information Gathering Commands Additional Network Commands Wireless Network Issues Addressing Issues Network Service Issues Routing And Switching Issues
5. Cisco CCNA (200-301) (1 EXAM)
NETWORKING FUNDAMENTALS Overview Networking Components: Overview Networking Components: Routers And Switches Networking Components: NGFW And NGIPS Networking Components: Cisco DNA Center Networking Components: WLCs And Access Points Networking Components: Servers And Endpoints Networking Topology Architectures: Overview Network Topology Architectures: Data Center Networking Topology Architectures: WAN Networking Topology Architecture: Cloud Networking Topology Architectures: SOHO Layer 1: Interfaces And Cabling Layer 1: Interfaces And Cabling Part 2 Layer 1: Interfaces And Cabling Part 3 Identifying Layer 1 Issues Identifying Layer 1 Issues Part 2 Networking Protocols Networking Protocols Part 2 IP Addressing: Overview IP Addressing: IPv4 Basics IP Addressing: IPv4 Configuration IP Addressing: IPv4 Subnetting Review IP Addressing: IPv4 Subnetting Class C IP Address: IPv4 Subnetting Class B IP Addressing: IPv4 Subnetting Class A IP Addressing: VLSM IP Addressing: IPv6 Basics And Address Types IP Addressing: IPv6 Basics And Address Types Pt.2 IP Addressing: IPv6 Configuration IP Addressing: Client OS Virtualization Fundamentals Virtualization Fundamentals Part 2 NETWORK ACCESS Network Access Overview Cisco Switching: Basic Concepts Cisco Switching: VLAN Configurations Cisco Switch: VLAN Configurations Part 2 Cisco Switching: Interswitch Connectivity Cisco Switching: Interswitch Connectivity Part 2 Cisco Switching: L2 Discovery Protocols Cisco Switching: L2 Discovery Protocols Part 2 Cisco Switching: L2 Etherchannel Configuration Cisco Switching: L2 Etherchannel Config Pt.2 Cisco Switching: L3 Etherchannel Configuration Cisco Switching: Spanning Tree Protocol Basics Cisco Switching: STP Operations Cisco Switching: STP Configuring RPVSTplus Cisco Switching: STP Portfast And BPDUguard Cisco Wireless Basics Cisco Wireless Architecture Cisco WLAN Components Cisco WLC Configuration Cisco Wireless Management Access IP CONNECTIVITY IP Connectivity: Overview IP Connectivity: Routing Basics IP Connectivity: IPv4 Static Default, Net Routes IP Connectivity: IPv4 Static Host, Floating Routes IP Connectivity: IPv6 Static Default, Net Routes IP Connectivity: IPv6 Static Host, Floating Routes IP Connectivity: Dynamic Routing Basics IP Connectivity: Single Area OSPFv2 IP Connectivity: Single Area OSPFv2 Part 2 IP Connectivity: First Hop Redundancy Protocols IP Connectivity: First Hop Redundancy Proto Pt2 IP SERVICES IP Services Overview IP Services: Configuring, Verifying NAT IP Services: Configuring, Verifying NAT Pt.2 IP Services: Configuring NTP IP Services: DNS And DHCP IP Services: DNS And DHCP Part 2 IP Services: Configuring SNMP IP Services: Understanding Syslog IP Services: Understanding PHB For QoS IP Services: Configuring SSH IP Services: Using FTP And TFTP SECURITY FUNDAMENTALS Security Fundamentals Overview Key Security Concepts Security Program Components Security Password Policy Components Intro To AAA Security Understanding VPN Types Configuring And Verifying Standard ACLs Configuring And Verifying Extended ACLs Configuring And Verifying Named ACLs Configuring Port Security-Static Configuring Port Security-Sticky Configuring DHCP Snooping And DAI AUTOMATION AND PROGRAMMABILITY Automation And Programmability Overview Intro To Network Programmability Intro To SDN Architectures Intro To API Concepts Intro To REST-Based APIs Intro To Cisco DNA Center Intro To Config Management Utilities Interpret JSON Encoded Data
Certification exams included:
CompTIA A+ 220-1101
CompTIA A+ 220-1102
CompTIA Network+ N10-008
Cisco CCNA (200-301)
Simulators/Live labs included:
IC3 Computing Fundamentals
CompTIA IT Fundamentals FC0-U61
CompTIA A+ 220-1101
CompTIA A+ 220-1102
CompTIA Network+ N10-008
Cisco CCNA (200-301)
Practice tests included:
CompTIA A+ 220-1101
CompTIA A+ 220-1102
CompTIA Network+ N10-008
Cisco CCNA (200-301)
Features of MeasureUP practice tests:
Questions are similar to exam questions, allowing you to test your knowledge of exam objectives
Detailed explanations for both correct and distractor answers reinforce the material
‘Study Mode’ covers all objectives ensuring topics are covered
‘Certification Mode’ (timed) prepares students for exam taking conditions
Instant, drill-down score reports tell you exactly the areas to focus on
Watch this video to learn more about MeasureUP practice tests.
Course access period: 12 months online access
Salary and job prospect information
We use two excellent third-party resources to allow you to check your earning potential and job prospects before starting this course.
The first is IT JobsWatch, which allows you to check what employers are paying people on average with specific certifications, such as the ones contained in this bundle. Click here and enter the name of the certification you would like to see salary information on. Remember to check the earning potential for all the certifications in the bundle, especially the more advanced ones as these will offer the highest salary.
The second is Payscale, which also does the above, but allows you to see what types of job titles are paying more based around the certification you enquire about. Click here and enter the name of the certification you would like to see salary and job title information on. Again, remember to check the earning potential for all the certifications in the bundle, especially the more advanced ones as these will provide information on higher level job roles. Although some higher level roles may require experience, the information will give you an idea of future earning potential and career prospects.
Upon completion of this course, you’ll receive one Cisco ‘Acclaim’ badge that you can add to your CV or social media profile for prospective employers to see. You’ll also receive one official Cisco CCNA certification. Click the badge above to learn more about it.
What career paths are available to me through this course?
Cisco Network Engineer
Cisco Network Specialist
Cisco Network Analyst
Cisco Network Consultant
Network Field Engineer
Network Deployment Engineer
Network Operations Engineer
Network Support Engineer
Network Operations Center Engineer
Data Centre Manager
IT Support Technician
How is each course taught?
All courses are online and self-paced, meaning you do it in your own home, in your own time, at your own pace and best of all… any where in the world, providing you have access to a laptop, PC or desktop computer, and an internet connection. Each lesson is pre-recorded allowing you to pause, fast-forward, skip sections, or go back to another lesson if you need to. The lessons are multi-media based, which means video and audio are used to teach the lessons. Your tutor will PowerPoint slides, illustrations, diagrams and give demonstrations to teach each class. Most lessons are also interactive, prompting the learner to participate. This might involve answering on-screen questions, participating in tasks.
How long will it take me to complete each course?
As mentioned above, our courses are self-paced. Some people finish their course faster than others. Each certification course is between 12-30 hours. If you choose to only do one of the certification courses from this bundle, then it will take you less time than if you do two or three or all of them. No matter what though, you will always have 12 months to complete your course.
How do I book my exams?
When you’re ready to sit your exams, email [email protected] with your request along with the title of the exam you wish to take. We will then send you an email with instructions on how to complete your exam booking. The exams for this course must be sat at your local test center, which we will locate for you.
What do I need?
All you need is an internet connection and a device, such as a smart phone, tablet, laptop or PC, and an internet connection. To get the most out of the course, we recommend you access it using either a laptop or desktop computer through Google Chrome.
How does this course bundle work?
This course bundle is made up of four main resources as shown below. Each certification course has as its own set of resources, i.e. 1 x video based course, 1 x simulator (live lab), 1 x MeasureUP or Kaplan practice exam, 1 x official CompTIA and Cisco exam. Each resource is designed to work in conjunction with each other to ensure the successful path to certification. You will complete one course and exam, then repeat the process for the remaining courses. Read below to learn more about the resources that make up this course.
Access to video based online learning material. Tutors use diagrams and illustrations to teach the classes, as well as giving demonstrations. Lessons are pre-recorded allowing you to fast-forward, rewind and pause at any time throughout the lessons. Videos can be viewed on different devices including a desktop computer, laptop, tablet, and smart phone.
Simulators The hands-on simulators/live practice labs allow you to experience practical application of course concepts in an authentic online environment 24/7, all from the comfort of your home or office. The lab environment allows you to test and apply your skills as you learn. These labs also come with tasks challenging what you have learnt. To learn more about practice labs, click here.
MeasureUP Practice Tests After working your way through each course and practice labs, you should be ready to start revising for your official exams. To do this, we provide you with MeasureUP or Kaplan practice tests. These one of the closest experiences to the actual exam you’ll be taking.
Official CompTIA and Cisco Exams Having confidently passed the practice tests, you will be ready to sit the official exams – which we will book on your behalf. You must complete each course before taking an exam. Once you have passed the necessary exams for each course, you will receive the certification for that course.