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RAC for Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) is for people who have a significant amount of work or life experience with IT networking, and wish to have their skills officially recognized by a Quebec college. Cisco candidates generally have specific, specialized skills in the area of networking fundamentals, and wish to have their experience officially recognized. Often, they work in an IT field, but have significant experience with switches, routers, design infrastructures, and models. Usually, they work, or have been working in positions such as:
Champlain’s RAC services can help those individuals obtain an AEC (Attestation d’études collégiales) by assessing their current competencies, and providing them with training for the ones they are lacking.
Cost: Maximum $235
Video: The RAC Experience!
However, this schedule can also be customized to meet each candidate’s needs.
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Champlain College Saint-Lambert offers the same CCNA AEC through its Centre for Continuing Education, specifically for people who have little to no relevant work or life experience. It takes approximately 9 months to complete, and can be pursued even with a full-time job.
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