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Cisco CCNA Preparation
Course Details

Course Duration: 5 days of training delivery + 1 day for Cisco Academy Exam Study Mode: 5 days of face-to-face classes. 12 week access to Cisco academy – online learning materials
Delivery Location: Perth City Fees: $3,300

Course Overview

This intensive course will cover the objectives of the CCNA 200-301 exam and prepare the candidate to take this exam.

This training will be delivered in a blended online and face-to-face mode. Candidates will have access to two weeks of directed and supported online training. This will be followed by one week (5 consecutive days) of intensive classroom training skills development and assessment practice.

Then there will be a further week of directed and supported online review, culminating in one full day of final certification exam preparation; after which candidates will continue to have access to online resources to the end of the 12-week period.

Cisco CCNA Exam Preparation Course
Entry Requirements

The primary audience for this training is Network technicians/engineers/administrators with 3 years IT networking experience looking to attain their CCNA certification or to re-certify their expiring CCNA.

This training will also be relevant to recent graduates with a Bachelor Degree or Diploma in IT/Computer Systems, or similar, with current networking knowledge.

This course is not suitable for networking novices. It will not teach candidates the basics of networking from first principles. At least an intermediate level of data communications knowledge is required together with proficiency in command line skills.

Note: During the assessment and verification of the application, NIT may request for additional evidence from the applicant or conduct an interview via Phone, Skype or Google Hangout with the applicant.

Course Inclusions


Cisco CCNA Preparation

Cisco CCNA Preparation


  • Access to Cisco Networking Academy courses:
    • Introduction to Networks v7.0 (ITN)
    • Switching, Routing, and Wireless Essentials v7.0 (SRWE)
    • Enterprise Networking, Security, and Automation v7.0 (ENSA)
    • And associated resources including practice assessments
  • Access to both current Cisco routing and Ethernet
    switching hardware labs,and to network simulation software.
  • A range of printed hardcopy support resources will be provided.

Key Topics

  • Review of network foundations; networking and protocol models, TCP and UDP, IPv4 and IPv6, Wi-Fi principles, Ethernet switching concepts.
  • Network access; VLANs, inter-switch connectivity, EtherChannel, Spanning Tree Protocol, Wi-Fi infrastructure and management.
  • IP connectivity; routing concepts, static and dynamic (OSPFv2) routing, first-hop redundancy.
  • IP services; NAT, NTP, DHCP, DNS, SNMP, Syslog, QoS, SSH, TFTP/TFP.
  • Security fundamentals; device access control, VPNs, access control lists, Layer 2 security, AAA concepts, Wi-Fi security.
  • Automation and programmability; controller-based and software-defined architectures; Cisco Digital Network architecture, REST-based APIs, configuration management mechanisms, JSON data.


Why NIT Aaustralia?

Preparation for IT certification exams can take many forms. Some people prefer self-study, others respond to directed online training, while sometimes short intensive “Bootcamp” training is the choice.

At NIT you will have the best of all formats with directed online learning combined with trainer-led intensive instruction.

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