TIA courses are taught on real physical routers and switches
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 10, 2012
The Technical institute of America (TIA), is proud to introduce the new Cisco Certified Network Professional Certification (CCNP) classes. TIA has been teaching the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification for a few years now, with one of the nation highest passing rate on the CCNA exam.
Cisco certifications are considered the IT industry standard when it comes to network engineering, support, and design. Many current jobs in the IT industry requires a CCNA or CCNP certification just to apply for the position.
The new CCNP classes will start in February with a variety of schedules including weekdays, weekends and evening courses. Students will be able to complete all 3 Cisco exam required to obtain the certification in the course. Students will be able to take all exams at the training center, as TIA is an Authorized Prometric and Pearson Vue testing Center.
While many training centers offer the CCNA and CCNP certification, TIA stands out above the rest. TIA courses are taught on real physical routers and switches. Students will learn to cable and physically install the devices as well as configure advance routing and switching. Many training centers use software base simulators to teach the courses. This may be used to learn the commands to program the routers and switches, but will not teach real world problems, and real world solutions. Students who attend TIA courses will be working on live physical routers and switches. Students will gain the knowledge needed in the real world environment to manage Cisco based networks.
TIA will be keeping the classes very small with a limit of up to 8 students for the CCNP. This will ensure everyone get the individual attention needed to pass each exam on their first try.