FastForward Eligible Program:
To qualify for financial assistance for FastForward programs you must meet the Virginia domicile requirements. Virginia "domicile" means you have lived in Virginia and intended to stay here indefinitely for at least one year prior to the date of application. A domicile determination form will be part of your registration process. If you qualify you will pay one-third of the cost of the program. Learn more about FastForward
You must complete this online skills assessment
registering. The skills assessment ensures that you have the adequate foundation to benefit from the course content. If your test results do not meet the minimum requirements, a counselor will be in touch to discuss your options. You will be dropped from the class if you register without completing the assessment or if your score does not meet the minimum requirement.
The CCNA Routing and Switching certification demonstrates your knowledge to deploy, maintain, secure and operate a medium-sized enterprise network. Topics in this course include the Spanning Tree Protocol, OSPF and EIGRP IP routing protocols for IPv4 and IPv6, troubleshooting IPv4 and IPv6 routing, Virtual Private Networks, and implementing Point-to-Point and Frame Relay WANs. Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices, Part 2 (ICND2) is the exam associated with the CCNA certification. IMPORTANT NOTICE:
To sit for the ICND2 exam, you must first pass the ICND1 exam and earn the CCENT certification. If you are strictly pursuing the CCNA certification, you may take a longer, comprehensive exam that covers both ICND1 and ICND2 topic. However, this course only covers topics associated with the ICND2 exam. If you are a FastForward student, the exam voucher included is for the ICND2 exam (not the longer comprehensive exam). You must provide documentation of your CCENT certification or you will be dropped from the class
Included with tuition:
Bundled price includes the course, textbook and industry certification exam. Books will be handed out to FastForward participants on the first day of class.
What is Expected:
You must attend at least 90% of all scheduled class meetings, complete any requirements set by the instructor, and sit for the Industry Credential exam. You will have 30 calendar days from the end of the in-class program to sit for the exam.
You can register for only one FastForward program at a time. If you register for a second FastForward program while you are currently enrolled in a FastForward program, and you have not sat for the Industry Credential exam, you will be dropped from the second course.