The Cisco Networking Academy is a partnership among Cisco Systems, education, business, government and community organizations around the world. The Networking Academy curriculum centers on teaching students to design, build and maintain computer networks. The courses include online curriculum, classroom instruction, hands-on labs, interactive tools and performance tracking capabilities.
Each of our Cisco labs is configured with routers, switches and other networking devices that students use for hands-on lab activities. Lab activities are based on configuring these devices to work within a given lab scenario. These hands-on labs emphasize Cisco equipment command knowledge and network troubleshooting skills.
Red Bud Campus
The Cisco classroom at the Red Bud Campus has student workstations and an overhead LCD projector with SMART-board technology for theory-based instruction. The adjoining lab is equipped with Cisco 2800 series routers and Catalyst 2960 switches. These two rooms are used to teach the CCNA courses at the Red Bud Campus.
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Sam Wolf Granite City Campus
The Sam Wolf Granite City Campus has two Cisco labs. The CCNA classroom is equipped with Cisco 2800 series routers and Catalyst 2960 switches. The other classroom is used for advanced classes—consisting of Cisco 2800 series routers, Catalyst 3560 multi-layer switches and Catalyst 2960 switches. In addition, the lab has Adtran Atlas 550s used in the Voice over IP course.
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