Get the Skills to Be an IT Professional
CCNA, A+ & Network+ Certification Online or On Campus in As Little As 7 Months*!
The Certified CISCO Network Associate (CCNA) A+ Network+ Certificate Program at Sullivan and Cogliano Training Centers prepares students for entry-level network careers within the growing Information Technology industry.
Becoming a Qualified IT Professional
Enhance your knowledge in hardware and software troubleshooting and be qualified for any network operations environment.
CISCO Network Associate (CCNA) includes two specific courses:
- Internetworking Technologies — learn to work effectively with:
- Local Area Networks (LAN)
- Wide Area Networks (WAN)
- switching technologies
- source-route bridging technology
- Internet protocols
- NetWare protocols
- Contemporary routing protocols
- Interconnecting Network Devices — learn to work with
- IP Routing
- Legacy DDR
- Frame Relay PVC Services
- cabling and device startup
- connecting and configuring devices
- documenting a network environment
- switch operators and more
Additional coursework includes
- CompTIA A+
- CompTIA Network+
Together these courses demonstrate you possess the skills necessary to lead organizations in successful CISCO routing and prepare you for certification as a Certified CISCO Network Associate.
Flexible Online and On-Campus Training
You can choose to study at one of our two Miami campuses (Kendall or North Dade) or take advantage of our online training options, personalizing your schedule to fit your life. However you choose to study, our knowledgeable, caring, and friendly staff will be on hand to give you the support and encouragement you need.
Classes Start Daily
No wait lists or juggling schedules. Classes start every day and training schedules are personalized so you choose the right time to fit education into your life!
Affordable, Career-Focused Education
Sullivan and Cogliano Training Centers provides students with the career-ready skills in preparation for job opportunities in any business environment.
Equipping our students with the skills they need for a competitive job market is how Sullivan and Cogliano Training Centers got started over 20 years ago. We’ve helped thousands of students acquire the computer skills and job search confidence to improve their employment security.
Our programs are designed so you get the skills you need in less time by offering:
- Career-focused education: You get the high-demand skills employers look for.
- Flexible scheduling: Classes are personalized to fit your life. Certificate programs can be completed in less than a year, in normal time.
- Financial aid to those who qualify: Our caring staff will enable you to take your time as you apply through the financial aid process. We’re here to make it easier.
- Classes start daily: No wait lists or juggling schedules. Classes start every day and training schedules are personalized so you choose the right time to fit education into your life!
- Placement assistance: We won’t stop helping until our graduates looking to work are working.
Are You Career Training Ready? Find Out! Take the Sullivan and Cogliano Training Centers “Career Training Readiness Quiz”
The fun, online quiz takes 3-minutes to complete and you’ll get a personalized report. Identify your strengths and social style plus the training and positions you’re best suited for. Get Your Career Training Readiness score now.
IT Course Curriculum
|Interconnecting Network Development||Comprehensive||CCN102||3|
Already have some educational background? We accept eligible transfer credits for previous courses taken. Talk with an Admissions Consultant to see if you have transfer credits.
Career opportunities CCNA A+ Network+ graduates prepare for:
Computer and Network Administrators
Computer networks are critical parts of almost every organization. Network and computer systems administrators are responsible for the day-to-day operation of these networks.
Computer and information systems administrators, often called information technology (IT) administrators or IT project administrators, plan, coordinate, and direct computer-related activities in an organization. They help determine the information technology goals of an organization and are responsible for implementing computer systems to meet those goals.
Computer Support Specialists
Computer support specialists provide help and advice to people and organizations using computer software or equipment. Some, called computer network support specialists, support information technology (IT) employees within their organization. Others, called computer user support specialists, assist non-IT users who are having computer problems.
Career Outlook Information
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, at www.bls.gov Occupational Outlook Handbook below are the expected job growth rates by position through 2022. SCTC does not guarantee placement or placement wage to any student.
|Network Administrator||16%||PC Technician||16%||Customer Service||13%|
|Computer Administrator||16%||Computer Support||17%||Network Administrator||12%|
|System Administrator||15%||Computer Specialist||20%||Computer Systems Designer||16%|
“Right now, it feels good to be in a job where I can use the things I learned. It’s hard to describe how stressful it was before this. No real skills meant that I just couldn’t find a good job. Thanks to Sullivan and Cogliano Training Centers, I won’t have to worry about that anymore. I’m so thankful to everyone who helped me.”
– Kathleen, Sullivan and Cogilano Training Centers Graduate
Is a Rewarding Career in IT Right for You? Get More Information….
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* 7 month program length when completed in normal time