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Cisco Course Completion Certificates

Discussion in 'General Cisco Certifications' started by benmorgan, Jun 8, 2009.

  1. benmorgan

    benmorgan New Member

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    Just wondered if Cisco offer any sort of recognition for sitting their official courses to add value to the certification (rather than just bootcamping it or going straight for the exam)?

    Regards,

    Ben
     
  2. wagnerk
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    wagnerk aka kitkatninja Moderator

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    Provided you sit the course thru a Cisco Academy, you'll receive a:

    See here.

    But to be honest, it's not worth as much as a CCNA or the CCENT. As to value, all it'll state are the objectives that you sat thru... So how valuable it is, is down to the individual.

    -Ken

     
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  3. benmorgan

    benmorgan New Member

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    Thanks Ken.

    I presume, as like Microsoft, the only thing that appears on the transcripts are the exams taken?

    Went to another training provider last week and they showed me some copies of the course completion certificates. Cisco send them back to the provider who then sign them off.

    Do Cisco have a centrally-co-ordinated record of who's been on their official courses? If I lost the one of C.C.C's, could they be replaced?

    regards,

    Ben
     

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