Friday, 25 March 2016

Cisco CCNA Collaboration Certification Frequently Asked Questions

The CCNA Collaboration certification is essential to certify that one is equipped with the knowledge and skill set critical in the integration of underlying network system. Here are the answers to few frequently asked questions regarding the CCNACollaboration certification:

What is the CCNA Collaboration certification?

The Cisco CCNA Collaboration certification is a professional certification that is required to authorize and recognize engineers indulged in voice and video collaboration looking forward to develop their collaboration and video skills. It is given after a 3-year, professional-level certification program and training.

Who should get CCNA Collaboration certification?

CCNA Collaboration certification should be sought by Network Video administrators and operators, Voice / UC / Collaboration / Communications Engineer, Collaboration Tools Engineer, Collaboration Sales / Systems Engineer, IP Telephony VoIP Engineers and IP Network Engineers.

Why is Cisco introducing the CCNP Collaboration certification? 

The CCNA Collaboration certification addresses the convergence of multiple trends such as mobile and dispersed workers, video communication proliferation which demands the convergence of job roles such as the collaboration of voice and video job roles.

What job roles does the CCNA Collaboration certification prepare you for?

The CCNA Collaboration certification prepares you for the role of a UC / Collaboration / communications engineer and support staff.

What are the prerequisites for the CCNA Collaboration certification?

There are no such prerequisites for the CCNA Collaboration certification but possessing 1–3 years of experience working in a unified communications, voice, video, and/or collaboration network environment will be beneficial.

What are the formal training courses available to obtain the CCNA Collaboration certification?

ACIT educational institute offers following courses for CCNA Collaboration certification:
·         Implementing Cisco IP Telephony and Video Part 1 (CIPTV1)
·         Implementing Cisco IP Telephony and Video Part 2 (CIPTV2)
·         Troubleshooting Cisco IP Telephony and Video (CTCOLLAB)
·         Implementing Cisco Collaboration Applications (CAPPS)

If I have a valid CCNP Voice certification, am I still required to get a CCNA Collaboration certification to obtain CCNP Collaboration certification?

No. A candidate with a valid CCNP Voice certification is only required to pass the Implementing Cisco IP Telephony & Video, Part 2 v1.0 (CIPTV2 v1.0) exam to receive a CCNP Collaboration certification.

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