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BCIT in partnership with Cisco Systems
offers Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) training. The standardized curriculum provided through Cisco Networking Academy contains both simulator exercises and hands-on activities with the Cisco equipment. Cisco Networking Academy provides support to academic institutions across Canada and the world. Please follow this link for more information on Cisco Networking Academy.
BCIT offers Cisco CCNA training in part time studies where a student would take four sequential courses:
- Cisco Networking - Level 1
- Cisco Networking - Level 2
- Cisco Networking - Level 3
- Cisco Networking - Level 4
To obtain a CCNA certification a student must write an industry exam. This exam is hosted by VUE testing centres.
Students that have a valid CCNA certification or have graduated from the Cisco Networking - Level 4 are eligible to continue at BCIT in Cisco CCNP or Cisco CCNA Security training.
- Cisco CCNA Security - provides a next step for individuals wishing to add specialized network security competency to their skill set. This single course is 72-hours duration, 6-hours per week.
- Cisco Networking - Level 5
- Cisco Networking - Level 6
- Cisco Networking - Level 7
Cisco training also occurs in the full-time Computer Information Systems Administration diploma programs. If you are interested in attending BCIT as a full-time student, enrol in a full-time day school Computer Information Systems Administration program.
Brody Murfin Cisco NetRiders Challenge Winner
Congratulations go out to Brody Murfin, the Computer Information Systems Administration student who won the US-Canada theater finale of the Cisco NetRiders Skills Challenge 2011 Post-Secondary competition. Brody finished the US-Canada finale with the top score from Canada.
A special thank you to Kirksal Icoz, the faculty mentor who organized and assisted Brody and the other students so the NetRiders Challenge could take place at BCIT.