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Cisco Learning Network Presents: Best Practices for Exam Preparation

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Created on: Mar 12, 2012 10:47 AM by Ranjeev: Cisco Team - Last Modified:  Apr 4, 2012 3:31 PM by wiliu

Are you getting close to taking a certification exam? Are you thinking about scheduling a certification exam but not sure if you are ready? If your answer is yes to either of these, mark your calendars for April 5 at 2:00 pm Pacific. We are excited to host a webinar on the Best Practices for Exam Preparation. This is a follow up session to the Surviving and Thriving as a Self Study Student webinar.

 

The session includes two dynamic experts, Dr. Stephanie Burns an expert on self study learning, and Anthony Sequeira, a CCIE, VIP and Cisco Certified Instructor.

 

If you have not seen Anthony present, you are in for a very exciting experience. He has a lot of passion, energy and firsthand experience with taking Cisco Exams. Stephanie is also very passionate about your success as she is a learnaholic herself. She has spent the last 20 years studying and developing best practices for learning and test preparation. She and Anthony will be discussing their strategies on how to make your exam experience a success by presenting the best practices and considerations using the following ‘Four Pillars’:

 

  • Technical Knowledge
  • Strategy
  • Psychology
  • Physical Wellness

 

In addition to presenting, Stephanie and Anthony will answer questions from the audience during the event as well as answer questions after the webinar in a discussion thread, for a limited time.

 

So, mark your calendars and plan to join us for this very exciting event!

 

Join the event on April 5th at 2:00 pm Pacific

Who Are Our Presenters:

Stephanie Burns PhD in Adult Education

 

 

For the past 25 years, Stephanie built a global reputation as one of the leaders in adult learning.  With over 100,000 people having attended her Learning To Learn program, and over 2000 her Training to Train program, Stephanie has authored 3 industry bestselling books “Great Lies We Live By”, “Artistry in Training” and “Move Closer Stay Longer”, completed her PhD with the University of South Australia focusing on the role of emotion in the learning process, and spent 10 years developing and running a series of successful online learning programs.

 

In addition, Stephanie has been her own avid guinea pig for her research. She has applied the findings of her study to learn a host of skills and taught others to do the same. Stephanie has the academic rigour, practical experience and a reputation second to none.


For more information about Stephanie Burns:
http://www.stephanieburns.com

Anthony Sequeira CCIE

 

When Anthony Sequeira (CCIE No. 15626) was growing up, he wanted to be a teacher. And that is exactly what he became--a very high-end, specialized teacher. Anthony is a special instructor and writer of materials for Certification Exam preparation for one of Cisco's authorized Learning Partners, StormWindLive.

 

Anthony was always fascinated with computers and networking technology. He began his career in the information technology industry in 1994 with IBM in Tampa, Florida. He quickly formed his own computer consultancy, Computer Solutions, and then discovered his true passion—teaching and writing about Microsoft and Cisco technologies. Anthony already holds a CCIE in Routing and Switching and is currently pursuing his second CCIE in Security and a VMware Certified Professional certification as well.

 

Anthony joined the Cisco Learning Network in November of 2008--the community site's first year and, since then, he has racked up a respectable 886 points and has made a significant number of contributions to the site, including a number of well-received training videos he created just for the Cisco Learning Network community.



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