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Topic # 143238 7-Apr-2014 21:26
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Hi,

Just a quick question, I'm wanting to get into networking, and was looking into the Avonmore Diploma in Computing (Network Engineering) Level 5 course, was hoping to get some input on this.
Thanks

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  Reply # 1020289 7-Apr-2014 22:10
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One of our juniors is on this course. Feel free to send me a PM and I can put you in touch.

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  Reply # 1020393 8-Apr-2014 09:20
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another option is to join the Army as a Systems engineer, or the air force as a CIS tech, as they'll put you through networking (CCNA) for free. otherwise look around for places that offer CCNA as the first half of that tends to be more about generic networking and routing.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1020631 8-Apr-2014 13:32
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Yeah I've been looking at CCNA aswel. I'm a bit outdated in IT now, I do have a level 3 certificate in ICT, but everything I know is self-taught. So I'm thinking the avonmore course might be a good choice as you do compTIA A+ aswel.

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