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An 8 week Improv Theatre Course Improv teaches excellent skills for scientists! It will boost your confidence, teach you to be spontaneous and overcome the fear of failure. It will work wonders for your public speaking, communication and presentation skills.

The purpose of this course is to provide the additional content covered on the new CCNA 200-301 Exam. As learners transition from the previous version of the CCNA curriculum to the newer version, they can use this course to learn the new concepts. This course consists of numerous resources including text, graphics, interactive activities, Syntax Checker activities, Packet Tracer activities, labs, quizzes and exams that cover the new content.

If you already have an active Cisco account you can join this course by clicking here.

Cisco NetAcad: CCNA Security new Self-taught Bookable

Picture yourself as a security professional with the mission to protect your company’s data from theft, damage or disruption. Potential harm can come from a variety of sources. And the risk can quickly scale to a high-consequence event where you’ll have to react using the right knowledge. CCNA Security prepares you for tasks like these by developing the skills needed to design, implement and support security for network devices and ensure their integrity. Start building your expertise today and become an in-demand security professional tomorrow! Recommended preparation: CCNA: Introduction to Networks and CCNA: Switching, Routing, and Wireless Essentials or equivalent knowledge.

CCNAv7 R&S: Introduction to Networks Prepares you for a networking career with this introduction to how networks operate. This first course in the 3-course CCNA series introduces architectures, models, protocols, and networking elements – functions needed to support the operations and priorities of Fortune 500 companies to small innovative retailers. You’ll even get the chance to build simple local area networks (LANs) yourself. You’ll have a working knowledge of IP addressing schemes, foundational network security, and be able to perform basic configurations for routers and switches. Build simple LANs, perform basic configurations for routers and switches, and implement IPv4 and IPv6 addressing schemes. Configure routers, switches, and end devices to provide access to local and remote network resources and to enable end-to-end connectivity between remote devices. Develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills using real equipment and Cisco Packet Tracer. Configure and troubleshoot connectivity a small network using security best practices

CCNA R&S: Routing and Switching Essentials (RSE) delves further into the world of networking with the second CCNA course in a 3-course series. This course focuses on switching technologies and router operations that support small-to-medium business networks, including wireless local area networks (WLAN) and security concepts. You’ll perform basic network configuration and troubleshooting, identify and mitigate LAN security threats, and configure and secure a basic WLAN. Recommended preparation: CCNA v7: Introduction to Networks or having equivalent knowledge. Work with routers, switches and wireless devices to configure and troubleshoot VLANs, Wireless LANs and Inter-VLAN routing. Configure and troubleshoot redundancy on a switched network using STP and EtherChannel. Develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills using real equipment and Cisco Packet Tracer. Explain how to support available and reliable networks using dynamic addressing and first-hop redundancy protocols.

CCNAv7 R&S: Enterprise Networking, Security, and Automation is the third course in the 3-course CCNA series. Large enterprises depend heavily on the smooth operation of their network infrastructures. This final course in the CCNA series describes the architectures and considerations related to designing, securing, operating, and troubleshooting enterprise networks. It covers wide area network (WAN) technologies and quality of service (QoS) mechanisms used for secure remote access along with the introduction of software-defined networking, virtualization, and automation concepts that support the digitalization of networks. Recommended preparation: CCNA: Switching, Routing, and Wireless Essentials or possessing equivalent knowledge.

CLA: Programming Essentials in C covers the basics of programming in the C programming language for entry-level IT and software development jobs. The course includes hands-on labs, quizzes and assessments to learn how to utilize the skills and knowledge gained on the course and interact with some real-life programming tasks and situations.

This course covers the universal concepts of computer programming, as well as syntax and semantics of the C language, advanced data types, advanced libraries, the universal concepts of computer programming and developer tools, ability to identify code bugs and bottlenecks, programming advanced data structures, solving complex problems using data structures and algorithms.

CPA: Programming Essentials in C++ teaches the basics of programming in the C++ programming language, as well as the fundamental concepts and techniques used in object-oriented programming. The course begins with the universal basics, without relying on object concepts, then gradually extends to advanced concepts that are encountered using the objective approach.

CPP: Advanced Programming in C++ covers intermediate and advanced C++ programming topics for junior-level and specialist-level IT and software development jobs. The course includes hands-on labs, quizzes and assessments to learn how to utilize the skills and knowledge gained on the course and interact with some real-life programming tasks and situations.

  • The Cybersecurity Essentials course develops foundational understanding of cybersecurity and how it relates to information and network security.
  • The 30-hour course introduces students to characteristics of cyber crime, security principles, technologies, and procedures to defend networks.
  • Through interactive, multimedia content, lab activities, and multi-industry case studies, students build technical and professional skills to pursue careers in cybersecurity.

If you already have an active Cisco account you can join this course by clicking here.

Cisco NetAcad: Entrepreneurship new Self-taught Bookable

Entrepreneurship supplements the ICT skills gained in CCNA R&S curriculum by teaching business and financial skills, behaviors, and attitudes, to help students develop an entrepreneurial mindset.

Students learn by completing a series of interactive case studies.

If you already have an active Cisco account you can click this link to go to the course

Cisco NetAcad: Get Connected new Self-taught Bookable

The Get Connected course provides an introduction to the digital world with networks as a foundation for connecting people and things. The curriculum helps students understand how to use computers and connect to the Internet. Get Connected also explores the human network and introduces students to the world of social media.

If you already have an active Cisco account you can join the course by clicking here.

The Introduction to Cybersecurity course explores the field of cybersecurity, specifically the importance of cybersecurity, data confidentiality, best practices for using the internet and social media safely, and potential career opportunities in this growing field.

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Intro to IoT introduces the concept of a network foundation connecting billions of things and trillions of gigabytes of data to enhance decision making and interactions. Course modules describe how IoE drives the convergence between an organization’s operational technology (OT) and information technology (IT) systems, and the business processes for evaluating a problem and implementing an IoE solution. Machine-to-machine (M2M), machine-to-people (M2P), and people-to-people (P2P) connections in an IoE solution are also covered.

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Introduction to Packet Tracer is a 10-hour self-paced course which highlights the basic features of the simulation tool for new users and how to use the package to include, connect, and program IoT devices into a network. A series of short and lively videos will guide you through the steps to create new networks, modify existing networks, and verify device connectivity within the network. Short labs that follow the videos in each section are an integral component to the learning process.

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As an alternative to the Introduction to Packet Tracer, this course is designed for users of mobile devices, specifically Android and iOS. Only a little over an hour long, this self-paced course is for beginners with no prior networking knowledge. Expect to learn basic tool operations with hands-on activities that will help you visualize a network. Introductory course is proven helpful for all learners who use mobile devices.

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Architectures and processes of the past are making way for more modern, real-time applications thanks to IoT (Internet of Things) systems and the data they collect. Dynamic data platforms are being built, and our ability to extract data using the latest analytics techniques is growing. So why not gain an edge and increase your employability by learning new skills? Skills such as collecting, storing, and visualizing data obtained from IoT sensors are in high demand. Be one of the few who know how to use data analytics to gain amazing insights from the intelligence produced. Insights that can help businesses make more-informed decisions. Prerequisite: IoT Fundamentals: Connecting Things is recommended.

  • The Big Data & Analytics course builds on Connecting Things, teaching you how to collect, store, and visualise data obtained from IoT sensors. You’ll develop the ability to extract data and use data analytics to gain insights, an extremely valuable skill to employers.

Nearly every object can now be connected to the Internet -- from washing machines to sophisticated components of an airplane’s jet engine, even organic items like crops and cows. The ability to connect things and capture useful data is transforming organizations in every industry and opening doors for new career specializations. Discover the basis of this exciting and emerging field using fun, hands-on activities to model securely connecting sensors to cloud services over IP networks and collecting data in an end-to-end IoT (Internet of Things) system. Basic programming (such as PCAP: Programming Essentials in Python), networking and electronics knowledge is recommended.

After you've completed Connecting Things or Big Data & Analytics, it's time to create your own IoT solution using your new skills. Here you’ll form a Hackathon team and use professional tools and templates to define, design, and prototype an IoT solution. What really dials up the heat is that your team’s project will find a new way to solve a real-world problem! Not only will you prototype an IoT solution, but you'll also learn how to present it to a panel of industry experts and peers! Prerequisite IoT Fundamentals: Connecting Things and/or Big Data & Analytics is recommended.

The explosive growth of connected IoT devices enables the world’s digitization, but also dramatically increases the amount of security threats. You’ll use the latest technologies to perform vulnerability and risk assessments, then research and recommend risk mitigation strategies for common security threats in IoT systems. More than ever, the world needs more skilled cybersecurity professionals. Adding IoT Security to your skillset differentiates you from all the other job candidates. Pair IoT Security with CyberOps Associate or CCNA Security courses and increase your employability with a deeper understanding of the anatomy of an attack and how to mitigate it.

The IT Essentials (ITE) course introduces students to the fundamentals of computer hardware and software, mobile devices, security and networking concepts, and the responsibilities of an IT professional. The latest release includes mobile devices, Linux, and client side virtualization, as well as expanded information about Microsoft Windows operating systems, security, networking, and troubleshooting.

The Linux Essentials course, developed and supported by Networking Academy partner NDG, teaches students the fundamentals of the Linux operating system and command line, and basic open source concepts.

If you already have an active Cisco account you can join this course by clicking here

This fee based online course is offered by Network Development Group (NDG). The content will help you develop the basic professional skills that are common to major distributions of Linux. The course is aligned to both the Linux Professional Institute LPIC-1 102 exam and CompTIA Linux+ vendor-neutral exam. After completing Linux I and the companion Linux II the courses you may elect to take either or both exams. The exam fee is not included in this course.

This course is part two in a series of two courses that provides the skills and knowledge necessary to perform maintenance tasks with the command line, install & configure a computer running Linux and be able to configure basic networking.

There are 6 Modules which include 19 chapters with assessments, 19 lab exercises, and midterm and final assessments.

The external LPI and CompTIA exams are optional, read how to book exams below.

If you do not have any Linux skills or you want to start from the basics you may wish to take the entry-level Linux Essentials course, which is an optional first step, to enrol please contact training@uis.cam.ac.uk.

If you already have an active Cisco account you can join the course by clicking here. However you will still need to make a payment using a credit card the first time you access the course.

This fee based online course is offered by Network Development Group (NDG). The content will help you develop the basic professional skills that are common to major distributions of Linux. The course is aligned to both the Linux Professional Institute LPIC-1 101 exam and CompTIA Linux+ vendor-neutral exam. After completing Linux I and the companion Linux II the courses you may elect to take either or both exams. The exam fee is not included in this course.

This course is part one in a series of two courses that provides the skills and knowledge necessary to perform maintenance tasks with the command line, install & configure a computer running Linux and be able to configure basic networking. There are 8 Modules which include 26 chapters with assessments, 25 lab exercises, and midterm and final assessments.

The external LPI and CompTIA exams are optional, read how to book exams below.

If you do not have any Linux skills or you want to start from the basics you may wish to take the entry-level Linux Essentials course, which is an optional first step, to enrol please contact training@uis.cam.ac.uk.

If you already have an active Cisco account you can join this course by clicking here. However you will need to pay by credit card the first time you access the course.

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