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CCNA Optimized Bootcamp

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CCNA is nowadays a must-have certification for any IT professional who intends to pursue a career in networking technologies and services.
There are two traditional ways for becoming CCNA:

     • Passing the exam directly;
     • Attending two trainings (ICND1 and ICND2).

ICND1 and ICND2 represent a total of ten days training and cover all needed topics to successfully pass the exam. Some training centers propose a bootcamp training that condenses the content normally covered in ten days, but without taking into account any particular needs of the students.
At abnetwork, we recognize and address the need to train people in a professional, consistent and customized way.
With this end in view, our approach to ease student's success while minimizing their training efforts and time is unique on the market!
Indeed, our CCNA optimized bootcamp instructor-led training first consists of assessing the current knowledge of the students. Based on the results analysis by one of our senior networking experts, the agenda of the bootcamp is customized to specifically address the topics that are the most relevant for the students.
This approach is recognized as being the most effective and powerful method to become CCNA in an as efficient as possible timeframe.


The objective of this customized bootcamp is to prepare candidates to successfully pass the CCNA v3 (200-125) certification exam.


On demand


3500 EUR
Price per participant for the online assessment followed by the 5 days bootcamp


Our CCNA optimized bootcamp starts with a three hours online assessment that takes place in our AB Academy. Immediately after this assessment, each student benefits from a personalized debriefing with one of our senior networking experts.
A five days instructor-led bootcamp follows this assessment phase.
This bootcamp addresses all needed topics that are covered in the CCNA exam, but in a customized and focused way. The general topics are:

     • Network fundamentals;
     • LAN switching technologies;
     • Routing technologies;
     • WAN technologies;
     • Infrastructure services;
     • Infrastructure security;
     • Infrastructure management.

The last three hours of the bootcamp are dedicated to a final online assessment that will confirm the correct level of exam preparation.


As passing the CCNA certification requires a relative broad knowledge of networking concepts, the participants should already have a basic knowledge of networking theory, like the OSI and TCP/IP models.