Network Administrator Program

This CCNA prep program is our most popular networking training option. It delivers a curriculum designed to develop competence in networking fundamentals and prepare you for certification exams. We chose this combination because these are the most in-demand certifications for entry-level networking positions.

Is this training for me?

CCNA prep classes are best suited for intermediate level students. Implementing and Administering Cisco Solutions (CCNA) training requires prior experience with PC operating systems, internet usage, and IP addressing. If you do not have this experience, consider taking the Computer User Support Specialist Program first.

This program targets entry-level CCNA jobs such as Network Support Specialist, Network Technician, Network Administrator, and similar IT job roles.

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Get the experience and training you need before testing for the Implementing and Administering Cisco Solutions (CCNA) certification.

Job Outlook

Potential IT Career Tracks

Individuals who complete CCNA certification qualify for the following job roles:

  • Network Support Specialist

  • Entry-level CCNA jobs

  • Network Technician

  • Network Administrator

Network Administrator Salary Information

Average Starting Salary$49,680
Salary Range$46,000 - $88,000

Here’s How it Works

Get Trained

Learn in a live, online environment where you can interact in real time.

Take Exams

Take advantage of labs, scenarios, and study to prepare for the exam.

Connect with Employers

Career Services connects you with employers hiring for entry-level roles.

What You’ll Learn

Course Objectives

This is the first of two Implementing and Administering Cisco Solutions (CCNA) courses. Part 1, teaches learners how to install, run, configure, and verify a basic IPv4 and IPv6 network. The training includes configuring a LAN switch, configuring an IP router, connecting to a WAN, and identifying basic security threats.


This is an intermediate level class with the following prerequisites:

  • Networking experience is helpful but not mandatory

  • Network+ certification or equal skills and knowledge are helpful but not mandatory

Course Objectives

This Cisco training is the second of two required Cisco courses for Implementing and Administering Cisco Solutions (CCNA) certification. Part 2 provides entry-level network administrators, network support, and help desk technicians with the knowledge and skills needed to install, configure, run, and troubleshoot a small enterprise network.

Part 2 focuses on:

  • Understanding redundant topologies

  • Troubleshooting common network issues

  • Configuring EIGRP and multi-area OSPF in both IPv4 and IPv6

  • Understanding Wide Area Network technologies

  • Becoming familiar with device management and Cisco licensing


Students must complete Cisco Certified Network Associate Part 1 or have equivalent education/skills to be eligible.

Program at a Glance

This training will confirm your skills and knowledge to networking employers.

  • 10 day training period

  • CCNA Part 1 and 2

  • Some IT experience recommended

  • This program is available at any learning hub, or online

  • This program is eligible for VA tuition benefits

  • Recommended for college credit by the American Council on Education

  • ACI Learning covers the cost of one exam attempt for each course

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One-On-One Career Coaching

A job for every graduate is our No. 1 goal. Your Employment Development Manager (EDM) is your personal employment advocate, and they have many tools they can use to help you find the perfect position. They know the industry. They know the big employers. They also know exactly what those employers are looking for and how to get hired. Meet with them one-on-one for help perfecting your resume and cover letter, optimizing your LinkedIn presence, and networking with local employers.

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Funding Options

A Career Training Consultant can help you choose the best certifications for your career, and uncover the right funding options to help you pay for your training. Don't "land a job." Start a secure, life-long career. We're with you every step of the way.

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State Financial Aid, Military Funding, and Scholarships

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