Mahanakorn University of Technology
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Course Information
+ CCNA1: Networking    Basics + CCNA2: Routers and    Routing Basics + CCNA3: Switching Basics    and Intermediate Routing + CCNA4: WAN    Technologies
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  Headlines
Clarification : : CCNA Bridge Course Activation Window
          The change was made to support instructors delivering CCNA Bridge classes. Since the purpose of the Bridge class is to retrain students and instructors in new concepts and technologies in courses they have already mastered, Bridge classes are often being taught as remote or blended classes and greater flexibility in testing is required.
  Learning & Events
The Cisco Networking Academy Program is a comprehensive e-learning program that provides students with the Internet technology skills essential in a global economy. The Networking Academy delivers web-based content, online assessment, student performance tracking, hands-on labs, instructor training and support, and preparation for industry standard certifications.
  Class Information
CCNA 1 : : Networking Basics
Room 1   CCNA_W_01_2004
Start Date : 19 June 2004
End Date : 10 July 2004
Primary Instructor : Woraphon  Lilakiatsakun
Secondary Instructor : Chengchai  Naramittakapong
Room 2   CCNA_P_01_2004
Start Date : 21 June 2004
End Date : 14 July 2004
Primary Instructor : Pongsuree  Limmaneewichid
Secondary Instructor : Chengchai  Naramittakapong
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