Cisco Systems certifications

September 2003
IT Training;Sep2003, Cisco Systems p13
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The article focuses on Cisco Systems Inc.'s certifications. The company has eight Cisco Learning Partners in Great Britain and Ireland. Cisco Learning Partners and their Sponsored Organizations are the only authorized commercial source for Cisco Training. Carefully selected by Cisco Systems for their expertise in Cisco products and technologies, these firms are the only ones to employ Certified Cisco Systems Instructors and deliver customized and approved Cisco curriculum. Cisco offers three levels of general certification, representing increasing levels of expertise. The four Cisco Career Certification paths are Communications and Services, Network Engineering and Design, Network Installation and Support and Network Security. Cisco Qualified Specialist-focused certifications demonstrate a significant competency in specific technology areas, solutions and/or job roles.


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