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CCNA ( Cisco Certified Network Associate )

Old Jul 16th 2003, 7:49 pm
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Amir
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Dear Sir or Madam,
I would like to ask you about the CCNA Certificate and it’s
relation to immigration to Canada. I am pleased to know If someone is
going to immigrate to Canada , Could this certificate help him to be
accepted as a qualified applicant . Furthermore, Is there job
opportunity for the CCNA holders over there in Canada? I will
appreciate you if you give me information about this certificate and
it’s market demand in Canada.
Your Kind and prompt reply would be highly appreciated .
Regards
Amir
 
Old Jul 17th 2003, 12:12 am
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On 17 Jul 2003 00:49:00 -0700, [email protected] (Amir) wrote:

    >Dear Sir or Madam,
    >I would like to ask you about the CCNA Certificate and it’s
    >relation to immigration to Canada. I am pleased to know If someone is
    >going to immigrate to Canada , Could this certificate help him to be
    >accepted as a qualified applicant . Furthermore, Is there job
    >opportunity for the CCNA holders over there in Canada? I will
    >appreciate you if you give me information about this certificate and
    >it’s market demand in Canada.
    >Your Kind and prompt reply would be highly appreciated .
    >Regards
    >Amir


I really don't see anything special about your CCNA Certificate,
nothing more than what my 14 year old son can not do. But then again
he is only 14 and is now he wants to start learing more about
Microsoft 2003 Server. But he will have to save up his money to buy
the program.

BTW he has been building and networking Pc's for about 3 years now.

Take care
 
Old Jul 17th 2003, 11:50 am
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Hopefully you have a lot of networking experience along with your CCNA certificate.
To be quite honest in this economy its experience and luck that counts not certificates.
Also i doubt this certificate in itself would qualify you as a networking engineer, if this is what you are asking !


Originally posted by Amir
Dear Sir or Madam,
I would like to ask you about the CCNA Certificate and it’s
relation to immigration to Canada. I am pleased to know If someone is
going to immigrate to Canada , Could this certificate help him to be
accepted as a qualified applicant . Furthermore, Is there job
opportunity for the CCNA holders over there in Canada? I will
appreciate you if you give me information about this certificate and
it’s market demand in Canada.
Your Kind and prompt reply would be highly appreciated .
Regards
Amir
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Old Jul 18th 2003, 12:38 am
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Hi,

In order to find a job any idea about some specific works in IT like
network security ..etc
Does the CCSP or CISSP Help .. or need to have a CCIE.
I do have

Thanks,
M. Hakim, CCNA R/S, CCDA
 
Old Jul 18th 2003, 12:43 am
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M. Hakim
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Hi,

In order to find a job any idea about some specific works in IT like
network security ..etc
Does the CCSP or CISSP Help .. or need to have the Cisco CCIE.
I do have years of experience in this field.

Thanks,
M. Hakim, CCNA R/S, CCDA
 
Old Jul 18th 2003, 5:12 am
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> Does the CCSP or CISSP Help .. or need to have the Cisco CCIE.

Depends on what type of job you're looking for.

For doing network administration in a Cisco shop, the CCNA is a minimum qualification: You need it in order to be considered, but by itself it it won't get you a job, since so many people have it. A CCNP, or many years of experience, is much preferred.

For doing network design, certainly a CCNP establishes your credentials. But they'll only ask for it (or for a CCIE), if you're to work with Cisco equipment.

CCSP and CISSP are definitely very hot now, in that people are studying for them, and news articles are talking about them. But so many people are getting these certifications that it still doesn't help you much in the job market.

My advice: Keep studying, keep learning, since you have control over those things. When the job market eventually improves, you will then be set up to benefit.
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