IT Kolledžis toimub Cisco Networking Academy 2014 konverents
Cisco Networking Academy 2014 Conference in Estonian IT College
Estonian IT College will be hosting from 22 May to 23 May 2014 the annual conference for the Cisco Network Academy Program. Cisco Network Academy Program is public private parthership between Cisco corporation universities , colleges, vocational schools and high schools from around the world.
Cisco provides the online curriculum free of charge to the schools. The course are designed to the teach students how to design, build and maintain medium to large networks with the CCNA curriculum, CCNA security curriculum and the CCNP Route, Switch and Shoot curriculum. Also there is a basic course on what is inside a Personal computer and how to maintain PC, printers and other devices attached to the network with the IT essentials course.
There are 60 participants from Scandinavia, Finland and the Baltic states participating in the conference here in Tallinn today and tomorrow.
Conference agenda: http://www.netacadevents.com/europe/event/103/instructor-conference-2014/
„One of the reasons Estonia is so far ahead of other countries in Europe is do to the fact so many schools got involved in the Cisco Network Academy Program years ago, “ said Lecturer of IT College and CCNP Manager Truls T. Ringkjob. „So we have been teaching our students technical aspects of the IT infrastructure now for thirteen years.“
Estonian IT College has been part of this program for 13 years and is responsible for developing the program here in Estonian. There are the other schools here in Estonia participating in the Cisco Network Academy Program as well. These school are: University of Tartu, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences , Tapa Gymnasium, Tallinn Polytechnic School, Kehtna Majandus- ja Tehnoloogiakool, Haapsalu Kutsehariduskeskus, Viljandi Ühendatud Kutsekeskkool.
Read more: www.itcollege.ee/cisco-vorguakadeemia/
Estonian Information Technology College is a private non-profit institution of professional higher education established in 2000, managed by Information Technology Foundation for Education (HITSA). It is possible to obtain professional higher education on curricula of IT Systems Administration, IT Systems Development and Information Systems Analysis. In total, more than 850 students study in day, evening and distant courses in IT College. 649 IT specialists have entered the Estonian IT labor market from IT College.
Truls T. Ringkjob
Lecturer of IT College, CCNP Manager
Tel 6285 848