Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)



Cisco Certified Network Associate(CCNA) is a prominent IT certification validating expertise in network installation, configuration, troubleshooting, and operation. It covers a range of networking topics, including routing, switching, security, and wireless technologies, serving as a foundational accreditation for professionals seeking roles in network administration and engineering.

After successfully completing CCNA, trainees are qualified for a variety of networking-related jobs such as:

  • Network Administrator: Responsible for the day-to-day operations of computer networks, including installation, configuration, maintenance, and troubleshooting of network devices and services.
  • Network Engineer: Designs, implements, and manages computer networks to ensure optimal performance and security. They often work on projects involving network upgrades, expansions, migrations and etc.
  • System Administrator: Manages the operation and maintenance of an organization’s computer systems, including servers, storage devices, and networking infrastructures
  • Network Analyst: Analyzes network performance data, identifies trends and patterns, and makes recommendations for improvements or optimizations to enhance network efficiency and reliability.
  • Technical Support Engineer: Provides technical assistance and troubleshooting support to end-users or clients experiencing network-related issues.
  • Network Technician: Installs, maintains, and repairs network equipment and infrastructure, including routers, switches, and cabling systems.
  • IT Consultant: Advises organizations on the design, implementation, and optimization of their network infrastructure to meet business objectives and technological requirement

The expert trainers at N@tcom Services aid in acquiring essential skills necessary to compete in the aforementioned positions, while also providing support to successfully pass professional certification exams.

Our CCNA training model emphasizes on hands-on labs and practical exercises/assignment for enabling candidates to apply theoretical knowledge, troubleshoot network issues, and gain real-world skills essential for certification success and etc


  • Basic knowledge of networking fundamentals
  • Familiar networking devices such as routers, switches, and firewalls
  • Some experience with operating systems (e.g., Windows, Linux)
  • Basic understanding of routing and switching concepts.


Our pricing varies based on the selected course and the associated professional certification expenses.