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Customers Assist in R&S Certification Design

Posted by Lora O on Oct 16, 2008 3:44:50 PM

Cisco Customers Participate in Certification Design

 

Cisco recently hosted an impressive group of senior network engineers from organizations around the globe at the Cisco offices near Boston, Massachusetts. Their mission was to help update the detailed list of job tasks we use to enhance and revise our career certifications. They put in some long hours and an admirable effort—we documented 2300 tasks expected of network engineers! This important work helps ensure that Cisco certifications reflect the real-world expectations for today's networking professionals.

 

Stay tuned to the Cisco Learning Network for more opportunities to give Cisco your input Find out when new exam blueprints are first posted, so you can share your comments and feedback in our discussion groups. Find links to surveys Cisco uses to validate the results of design workshops (like the one described above). Your feedback helps make and keep Cisco certification relevant and meaningful.

 

Our dedicated contributors included:

 

Network Engineer from Bath, ME, USA

Network Operations Center Manager from Budapest, Hungary

Network and Security Engineer from Cannes, France

Senior Network Consultant from Dubai, UAE

Principal IP and Security Engineer from Dublin, Ireland

Network Engineer from East Greenwich, RI, USA

IT Systems Engineer and Consultant from Johnstown, CO, USA

Network Engineer from Salem, CT, USA

Senior Network Engineer from Zagreb, Croatia

 

 

Visit the What’s Your Story area of the Cisco Learning Network, where we are highlighting the career paths of some of our contributors. Read their stories now.

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