The Pros of Preparing with a Cisco Training Center in the Philippines

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Enrolling in a Cisco training center in the Philippines; is it worth it? If you’ve found yourself considering this question as you prepare for your Cisco certification exam, this article is for you. Read on to learn about the advantages of preparing with a Cisco program.

Pros

  • You will be trained by certified Cisco experts. They can teach you:
      ○ what to expect from the exams
      ○ the test’s format, task types, and coverage
      ○ how to deal with the exam’s demands and pressures
      ○ how to tackle the theoretical and practical components of the test
      ○ IT pointers that are useful not only for the test but beyond it as well
      ○ tips that only those with first-hand experience of the exam can impart
      ○ many more
  • You will build up your hands-on experience. Hands-on experience is crucial to Cisco success. And, CCNA training programs will build up and refine yours without fail. Why? Because most—if not all—courses are made up of hands-on lecture and laboratory sessions.

    You’ll be assigned to a station equipped with every tool and equipment that you’ll have when you take the exam. Then, you’ll follow the trainer as he/she teaches. It’s the most effective training setup for Cisco since it lets students hone their theoretical and practical know-how simultaneously.

  • You will have access to quality review materials. This is not to say that there are no quality training resources available. There are a lot if you know where to look online. However, it is a bit of challenge ensuring that those you find are up-to-date with the latest Cisco developments. You won’t have this problem if you enroll in a Cisco training center Philippines.
  • You can rest assured that you’ll learn everything you need to pass the test. And, this is something that you probably won’t experience if you trained on your own.

What to Expect

  • You have to pay a fee. Given the high-level training they provide, CCNA courses are not cheap.
  • You need to make time for your CCNA training course. This can be difficult if you have a busy schedule or a ton of commitments.
  • You need to commute to and fro the Cisco training facility. This means that you need to: (1) be ready to lug around CCNA modules, (2) have a budget for food and transportation (the former is essential if the facility is a bit far from your residence), and (3) be prepared to travel in traffic and deal with all the aches and stresses that come with it.

Now that you know what you’re getting into if you prepare with a Cisco training center in the Philippines, ask yourself this question:

Is it the most effective way to train for the test?


Your answer may vary depending on your current commitments and circumstances. If you have a lot on your plate at the moment and you don’t think you can commit to a facility-based program, it might be best to prepare at your own time. Otherwise, what’s stopping you from getting high-quality training? Enroll in AR Network Consulting and Services’ CCNA training center today!