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Date:17/01/17

E-Government Training Centre receives ‘Cisco Networking Academy’ status

The E-Government Training Centre of the Ministry of Communications and High Technologies is expanding its activities to improve the quality of training and education in the field of information technologies.  
 
Thus, the Centre has received the official status of Networking Academy from the company Cisco, which is the world's most reputable network technologies company. 
 
Cisco Networking Academy was established in the Centre for professionals who want to enhance their knowledge and skills in the field of information technologies and individuals who are interested in this field.
 
The new status will allow the Centre to organize formal trainings in the field of network technologies.
 
These trainings along with helping participants to gain initial and high-level knowledge in the field of network administration will create new career opportunities for them.
 
Note that trainings are conducted at Cisco Networking Academy, which operates in more than 170 countries around the world, based on Cisco’s international program by certified professionals.
 
By participating in trainings, students gain knowledge in the fields of new networks, network administration, security and cloud technologies. Training participants are provided with necessary materials. At the same time, they can use real and virtual systems at laboratories to improve the knowledge and get online access to official resources.  
 
The trainings, which will be held at the E-Government Training Centre in the near future, will help students to prepare for international examinations for gaining Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and Cisco Certified Network Professionals (CCNP) statuses. 
 
Those students who successfully participate in the trainings will receive certificates from the Ministry of Communications and High Technologies and Cisco Networking Academy and this will bring new opportunities for them.
 
 




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