Griffith has launched a new Cisco Networking Academy programPosted: August 2, 2017
Have you heard the joke about the IPv6 packet that walked into a bar? Nobody talked to it.
Get it? Me neither! But our Griffith IT students get it, and now that Griffith provides a Cisco Networking Academy program, they are laughing all the way to a rewarding career in computer networking.
The Cisco Academy program is an initiative undertaken by the School of ICT, in association with Information Services (INS) and Campus Life.
It is designed to provide a comprehensive knowledge of networking technologies that are necessary for a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA).
The program outline includes:
- Network Design Fundamentals
- Networking devices and protocols
- Local Area Network (LAN)
- Network Security
We’ve completed two, new, built-for-purpose labs at Gold Coast and Nathan campuses to support the program.
They promote a learning environment designed to challenge problem-solving and analytical skills when applied to the fundamental concepts of networking.
Our labs provide cutting edge technology for IT students with an aptitude to design, build and maintain computer networks.
Find out more about Griffith’s Cisco Networking Academy course offerings and timetables.