No one wants to work in a dying field. Due to the pandemic and the growth in technology many jobs are no longer needed. Actually, in the IT field since the pandemic the need for network specialists have increased. The networking industry is not going anywhere, even more reason to jumpstart your career in the IT field. You may be wondering if it is still worth getting a CCNA certification in 2021. The answer is yes! According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, professionals that hold a CCNA certification are forecasted to have an 8% growth rate until 2024.
What is a CCNA certificate and why is it important to obtain?
CCNA stands for Cisco Certified Network Associate. A CCNA certification is recognized worldwide and people who are certified will most likely get the job 9 out of 10 times. Adding a CCNA certificate to your resume will make you stand out as a qualified candidate. People with a CCNA certification are deemed as eligible to perform the required job duties that employers are looking for in their next hire. On average, a person with a CCNA certification will make about 41 dollars per hour. That’s a little over 84,000 dollars per year.
What will you learn in our CCNA course?
Years of experience is good to have but you will learn many new things that will help you in your day to day job tasks. At Compu21 we focus on using Cisco Catalyst switches and routers that are connected to LANs and WAN. After completing this course, students will gain skills on how to do a numerous of things. For starters, students will learn how to select, connect, configure, and troubleshoot several different Cisco networking devices. We believe that through extensive hands-on training, our students will gain the fundamentals needed to install, configure, and troubleshoot Cisco routers.
Ready to get started? Here’s what to do next…
Take advantage of the growing industry and obtain your CCNA certification with us at Compu21. You may contact our direct line at 718-762-1900 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you!