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Build a Career in Network Engineering With 75 Hours of Cisco Training for $69

posted by Mark Myerson - 5.02.21

Every business today relies on networks to keep in contact with customers, and as every industry becomes more reliant on the internet to conduct business, the demand for network engineers increases dramatically.

One of the most popular enterprise networking companies is Cisco, and becoming Cisco-certified will help you land a job in the industry. The Complete 2021 Cisco Certification Training Bundle helps you become a genuine expert in this field, with 75 hours of training working towards top exams. The content is worth $1,770 in total, but Hannity viewers can grab the bundle today for just $69.

From simple Wi-Fi networks to enterprise-level VoIP systems, Cisco is one of the most popular providers of networking systems. Becoming a certified Cisco engineer opens up a world of opportunities — with experienced professionals earning six figures.

To help you get started quickly, this bundle offers six full-length courses on networking with Cisco. Through 228 video lessons, you pick up both practical skills and the knowledge required to pass multiple certification exams.

The training includes tutorials on configuring both wired and wireless networks, along with addressing, routing, and switching. You also learn how to troubleshoot enterprise systems, maintain cybersecurity, manage network devices, and build models for possible scenarios.

The courses have earned an average rating of 4.47 stars from previous students, and you can study on demand via any desktop or mobile device. The training comes from iCollege, an online education platform that has helped students in 120 countries over the past 18 years by providing a wide selection of learning products to prepare them for their careers

Order today for just $69 to get lifetime access to all six courses, and save 96% on the total value of the instruction.


The Complete 2021 Cisco Certification Training Bundle – $69

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