Eugene, Ore. (PRWEB) September 1, 2005
CBT Nuggets, Inc. announces the availability of their new Network+ Certification Package training video series. The videos map to the new CompTIA 2005 Network+ certification exam objectives. They also contain useful tips and techniques for applying the certification knowledge in a real-world networking environment.
Network+ certification is an internationally recognized industry credential for basic network implementation and support. The videos provide the foundation-level knowledge necessary for Network+ certification and for starting a career in computer networking. CBT Nuggets, Inc. covers the concepts in a series of short, 20-30 minute video segments or Ânuggets,Â so that the material learned can quickly be put to use on the job.
ÂComputer networks are becoming more and more integrated into business success. By having the technical skills to make your employer's network perform well, you're helping your business be successful. This is why networking is so important, and why network professionals are paid so well. If you want to start a career as a network professional, this training gives you the knowledge you need to get a foot in the doorÂ, explained Dan Charbonneau, CEO and Founder of CBT Nuggets, Inc.
The videos cover implementing, supporting and troubleshooting basic network hardware and protocols, giving useful instruction on media, network topology and security standards. The videos also cover wireless and gigabit Ethernet technologies, as included in the exam's 2005 update.
CBT Nuggets, Inc. products provide comprehensive training for Microsoft®, CompTIA®, Cisco® Citrix® and Project Management Institute® certification exams. The training is designed to offer technical accuracy in conjunction with real-world analogies to promote understanding for beginners and experts alike.
CBT Nuggets, Inc. is the leader in video-based IT certification training. Based in Eugene, Oregon, the company was founded in 1999 and is committed to providing quality educational training videos to the information technology industry. For more information, visit http://www.cbtnuggets.com.
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