Curriculum Update Germany May 2010

Michael Furminger
Technical Manager Europe Cisco Networking Academy Technical Advocacy
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Cisco Networking Academy
Curricula Portfolio
Networking for Home and Small Businesses Working at a Small-to-Medium Business or ISP Introducing Routing and Switching in the Enterprise Designing and Supporting Computer Networks Network Fundamentals Routing Protocols and Concepts LAN Switching and Wireless Accessing the WAN CCNA Security

ROUTE: Implementing IP Routing SWITCH: Implementing IP Switched Networks TSHOOT: Troubleshooting and Maintaining IP Networks

Network Professional Network Specialist
IT Essentials: PC Hardware and Software

CCNP CCNP

Security Network Associate
Network Technician IT Technician

CCNA Discovery

CCNA Exploration

IT Essentials
Packet Tracer

Student Networking Knowledge and Skills
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Left Aligned  A comprehensive overview of computer hardware and software with an introduction to advanced concepts  Integrates virtual learning tools and Cisco Packet Tracer activities to supplement classroom learning and provide an interactive ―hands-on‖ experience  Designed for students pursuing careers in IT and wanting practical knowledge of how a computer works  Helps prepares students for CompTIA 2009 A+ certification exams . Inc.ITE: PC Hardware and Software v4.0 CCNA Overview © 2009 Cisco Systems. All rights reserved.1 Subtitle: Size 24.approved as CompTIA Authorized Quality Curriculum  No changes to equipment bundle or PC requirements  Same Graphical User Interface (GUI) as v4. Cisco Public 4 .

All rights reserved.1  New and updated content including: New hardware technology New OS information (Vista) More troubleshooting skills Increased network application skills Increased wireless and security skills Reported errors in prior version corrected  Addition of Cisco Packet Tracer activities Packet Tracer’s rich simulation environment allows students to explore. and testing a wireless network Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. and develop problem solving and troubleshooting skills Activities include the following topics: Introduction to Packet Tracer Configuration of DHCP Connecting. Inc. experiment.New in Version 4. installing. Cisco Confidential 5 .

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same process as v4. All rights reserved.CompTIA 2009 A+ Certification Exams 2006 Edition A+ Essentials 220-601 2009 Edition A+ Essentials 220-701 IT Technician 220-602 OR Remote Support Technician 220-603 OR Depot Technician 220-604 A+ Practical Application 220-702  2009 certification changes were announced in August 2009  BOTH the 2009 A+ Essentials and 2009 A+ Practical Application exams must be passed for CompTIA A+ certification  Student vouchers are available for 2009 exams. Inc.0 Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Cisco Confidential 7 .

0 curricula  16 chapters and chapter exams  Approximately 450 new assessment items  2 final exams and 1 skills-based assessment  60 new or updated hands-on labs     5 new Packet Tracer activities Aligned to the new CompTIA 2009 A+ certification exams New translated versions will be based on v4. Cisco Confidential 8 . All rights reserved.ITE: PC Hardware and Software v4. Inc.1 Course Design  Same Graphical User Interface (GUI) as v4. Fundamentals and Advanced Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems.1 1 course divided into 2 sections.

Inc.Fundamentals  Course Chapters 1 . Cisco Public 9 .ITE: PC Hardware and Software v4.1 Course Divided Into 2 Parts Part 1 .16  More hands-on and lab-based  Greater depth with more practical application and troubleshooting  Content maps directly to the CompTIA A+ Practical Application certification exam  Content maps directly to the CompTIA A+ Essentials certification exam CCNA Overview © 2009 Cisco Systems. All rights reserved.Advanced  Course Chapters 11 .10  Core competencies in latest hardware and software technologies  Greater emphasis on  New OS  New hardware  Networking application  Troubleshooting Part 2 .

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3 Feb Mar Apr ITE 4.0 Aug Sep Oct CCNP 6. All rights reserved.0 Nov  Additional  Align to CompTIA  TSHOOT  Aligns to new  SWITCH  ROUTE  Align to new protocols and features  Enhancements A+ 2009 objectives  Packet Tracer Cisco CCNP certification exam to support PT based exams and games  Updated activities Cisco CCNP certification exams programming platform Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems.Cisco Networking Academy Product Roadmap 2010 PT SBA Beta Release— Practice exams for CCNA courses 2009 2010 Entrepreneurial Skills Beta Non-UN Languages Translations Dec Jan PT 5. Cisco Confidential 11 .1 May Jun Jul CCNP 6. Inc.

1 out now Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems.IT Essentials: PC Hardware and Software v4. Cisco Confidential 12 . and develop problem solving and troubleshooting skills  ITE: PC Hardware and Software v4. experiment. Inc. All rights reserved.1  Align to CompTIA A+ 2009 Objectives  New and updated content including: New hardware technology New OS information More troubleshooting skills Increased network application skills Increased wireless and security skills  Addition of Cisco Packet Tracer activities Packet Tracer’s rich simulation environment allows students to explore.

225 3. All rights reserved.875 1.304 20.0 – European Market Active Students Theater Name Region # Of Active Students Year Ago # Of Active Students Change From Year Ago % Chg # Of Active Students 475 335 140 42% Austria & Sw itzerland 2.494 134% European Market European Market Italy 4.569 8.863 2.661 19% UK and Ireland Grand Total 30.864 9.525 700 20% Northern Europe 10.427 836 59% France 3.263 1.ITE v4.857 65% Mediterranean 4.440 45% Geo Drilldown #1 Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems.908 1.357 1.732 2.683 1. Inc.931 1.752 91% Germany 4. Cisco Confidential 13 .

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Cisco Confidential 15 . Inc. immediately scores the exams. and provides rich. All rights reserved. satisfaction.Packet Tracer Skills Based Exams  Provide students with a way to assess their performance and knowledge of networking concepts and skills  Assessment environment presents complex and authentic tasks. and success when preparing for the final hands-on skills exam Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems. detailed feedback integrated with the Gradebook  Helps students and instructors identify areas that need improvement to increase student confidence.

2008 Cisco Confidential .Packet Tracer SBA Exam Experience Launch Take Exam Submit It Automatically Scored View Feedback 1 2 3 4 5 16 Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems. All rights reserved. Inc.

All rights reserved.Packet Tracer SBA Detailed Feedback Helps Students Identify Areas for Improvement Proficiency Estimates Detailed Scoring Feedback Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems. Inc. 2008 Cisco Confidential 17 .

Beta Release of Packet Tracer SBAs
CCNA Discovery Networking for Home and Small Businesses Working at a Small-to-Medium Business or ISP Introducing Routing and Switching in the Enterprise
Designing and Supporting Computer Networks

Available Now

Exam Name
Dhomesb Basic Configuration PT Practice SBA
DsmbISP Basic Configuration PT Practice SBA

DRSEnt OSPF/ACL PT Practice SBA DCompNtwk Frame Relay/EIGRP PT Practice SBA

CCNA Exploration Network Fundamentals Routing Protocols and Concepts LAN Switching and Wireless Accessing the WAN

Exam Name
ENetwork Basic Configuration PT Practice SBA ERouting OSPF PT Practice SBA ESwitching Basic Switching/Wireless PT Practice SBA EWAN NAT/ACL PT Practice SBA

Note: PT Skills-based Assessments Are Available in English Only But Are Available for Use in Non-English Classes
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Packet Tracer v 5.3
       Improved Linksys models, wireless security Cable and DSL enhancements Call Manager Express (VOIP support) FTP server and routers/switches - Server and Client Email system (SMTP – POP3) - Server and Client BGP – realistic representation of Internet for scenarios Generic IP end devices – to create more versatility in device creation  Activity Wizard Initial Tree enhancements – more scenario variations

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POP3 E2: Improved multiarea OSPF. improved DHCP. EIGRP. new FTP. POP3. wireless security.11 E4: New PPPoE. new BGP E3: Improved Linksys models. SMTP. Call Manager Express  CCNA Exploration E1: improved HTTP. enhanced IPSec. EIGRP. EIGRP. new BGP Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems.3 and CCNA and CCNP Curricula Version 5. Cisco Confidential 21 . Cable and DSL enhancements  CCNP Improved multiarea OSPF.PT 5. BGP D4: New ISR VOIP. 802. All rights reserved. D3: Improved multiarea OSPF. SMTP. wireless security. new FTP. Inc. DHCP. DNS.3 enhancements provide new or enhanced functionality to help illustrate the following topics:  CCNA Discovery D1: improved Linksys and wireless– Generic IP end devices D2: better DNS.

2 Protocol Support  Application HTTP. ICMP. Simple WEP. SNMP . DHCP . Frame Relay.2 © 2009 Cisco Systems. Route Redistribution. DTP. Cisco Confidential 22 .11. IPSec RIPv1/v2/ng. TCP Nagle Algorithm & IP Fragmentation.Packet Tracer 5. EAP *New in PT 5. 802. L3 QoS. 802.AAA  Transport TCP and UDP. GRE VPN  Network IPv4. PAgP L2 QoS.3). CDP. RSTP. SSH. Telnet. Auto Secure. SLARP. DNS. PPP STP. Inc. ICMPv6. VTP. ARP. HDLC.2 Presentation_ID *Enhanced in PT 5. NTP. Zone-based policy firewall and Intrusion Protection System on the ISR  Network Access/Interface Ethernet (802.1q. CBAL . Multilayer Switching. Multi-Area OSPF. NAT. IPv6. All rights reserved. TFTP. EIGRP Static Routing. WPA.

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All rights reserved. Inc.NetAcad Maintenance – Support Strategy  A zero-cost minimal maintenance solution  Legally download IOS upgrades for Lab Equipment  Similar in concept to “SMARTnet”  Still need to purchase “SMARTnet” for Hardware repair / replacement Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems. Cisco Confidential 25 .

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Value Advantage for Academies SMARTnet (Retail) Cost for CCNA Maintenance IOS Image Upgrade $470 / year SMB-SA (Academy) $288 / year NetAcad Maintenance (Academy) $0 / year 3 router & 3 switch bundle Free 12.3 to 12. Cisco Confidential 27 .4 3 router & 3 switch bundle Free* Free Like for like 12.4 only Feature Set $1400/image $425/image Free * Upgrade for 1841 plus Hardware IP Base to IP Base to Advanced Svc IP Base to Advanced Svc Advanced Svc Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems. Inc. All rights reserved.3 to 12.

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network administrator. network consultant. system engineer.Cisco CCNP Certification Revision  CCNP certification revisions officially announced by Cisco on January 26. All rights reserved. network support specialist. 2010  Revised CCNP aligns to job role of professional-level network engineer  More emphasis on troubleshooting—key for employers and foundation for expert-level skills  Based on rigorous. customer-focused job task analysis  Job titles such as network engineer. Inc. system integrator Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems. Cisco Confidential 48 .

exam Implementing Cisco Switched Networks (SWITCH) #642-813. 90 min. 90 min. 120 min. 90 min. 90 min. exam Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks (TSHOOT) #642-832. 120 min. exam Building Cisco Multilayer Switched Networks (BCMSN) #642-812. exam Implementing Secure Converged Cisco Wide-Area Networks (ISCW) #642-825. 120 min. exam Revised CCNP Exams Implementing Cisco Routing (ROUTE) #642-902. exam Optimizing Converged Cisco Networks (ONT) #642-845. All rights reserved. exam Presentation_ID Available March 2010 March 2010 April 2010 No replacement No replacement © 2009 Cisco Systems.CCNP Certification Exam Revisions Existing CCNP Exams Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks (BSCI) #642-901. Inc. Cisco Confidential 49 .

0 Building Scalable Internetworks Scheduled for release in July 2010  CCNP SWITCH: Implementing IP Switched Networks Replaces CCNP 5.0 Curriculum  3 new Networking Academy courses align with the 3 new Cisco CCNP certification exams  CCNP ROUTE: Implementing IP Routing Replaces CCNP 5.0 Building Multilayer Switched Networks Scheduled for release in July 2010  CCNP TSHOOT: Troubleshooting and Maintaining IP Networks New course Available April 2010 50 Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems. Inc. Cisco Confidential .CCNP v6. All rights reserved.

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0 User Experience CCNP 5. All rights reserved. Inc. based on ITE style Interactive Media Labs Case Studies Chapter Quizzes Chapter and Final Exams Skills Based Assessments No Yes – launched from the GUI Yes Yes Yes Yes n/a Yes – offered standalone Yes – offered standalone No Yes – same online delivery Yes Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems. Cisco Confidential 52 .Cisco Press textbooks (traditional and e-book formats) No Yes .0 Authored Text Graphical User Interface (GUI) CCNP 6.0 Yes .online Older GUI browser platform.CCNP v6.

All rights reserved.CCNP v6. Inc.0 Course Elements  3 courses. Cisco Confidential 53 . enabled for remote operation  1 case study activity per course  1 chapter exam per chapter  1 final exam and 1 skills-based assessment per course  Aligned to the new Cisco CCNP certification exams Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems. each 1 semester long (~ 70 hours)  Delivered leveraging Cisco Press textbook  Average 3 complex hands-on labs per chapter Similar lab approach as CCNP v5.0 NETLAB compatible topologies.

Inc. available globally  Order through your Pearson sales rep or directly from www.0 Curriculum Cisco Press Books  Each course uses a textbook developed and published by Cisco Press in close collaboration with Networking Academy  Textbooks for SWITCH.ciscopress. Cisco Confidential 54 .com/ccnp for a complete list of titles available Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems.CCNP v6.ciscopress. ROUTE and TSHOOT courses will be available in printed and electronic (e-Book) formats English language only. All rights reserved.com  Visit www.

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CCNP v6. Cisco Confidential 56 . All rights reserved. Inc.0 Curriculum Course Outline Chapter 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ROUTE: Implementing IP Routing Routing Services Configuring the Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol Configuring the Open Shortest Path Protocol Manipulating Routing Updates Implementing Path Control Implementing a BGP Solution for ISP Connectivity Implementing Routing Facilities for Branch Offices and Mobile Workers Implementing IPv6 in the Enterprise Network SWITCH: Implementing IP Switching Analyzing the Cisco Enterprise Campus Architecture Implementing VLANs in Campus Networks Implementing Spanning Tree Implementing InterVLAN Routing Implementing High Availability and Redundancy in a Campus Network Securing the Campus Infrastructure Preparing the Campus Infrastructure for Advanced Services TSHOOT: Maintaining and Troubleshooting IP Networks Planning Maintenance for Complex Networks Troubleshooting Processes for Complex Enterprise Networks Using Maintenance and Troubleshooting Tools and Applications Maintaining and Troubleshooting Campus Switched Solutions Maintaining and Troubleshooting Routing Solutions Troubleshooting Addressing Services Troubleshooting Network Performance Issues Troubleshooting Converged Networks Maintaining and Troubleshooting Network Security Implementations 10 Presentation_ID Review and Preparation for Troubleshooting Complex Enterprise Networks © 2009 Cisco Systems.

Inc. Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems.0 Learning Environment  Experience-oriented courses employ industry-relevant instructional approaches to prepare students for professional jobs in the industry  Can be delivered as an independent curriculum or integrated into a broader course of study.CCNP v6. such as IT-related degree and diploma programs or continuing education programs  Can be offered in an in-person or a blended distance learning (BDL) environment. Cisco Confidential 57 . All rights reserved.

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remote/BDL options should be available when possible Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems.0 Instructor Training  TSHOOT training is required for ALL instructors  ROUTE & SWITCH training is not required for instructors currently certified to teach both BSI and BMSN  ―Train the trainer‖ will be offered to qualified CCNP CATC/RA instructors for TSHOOT only  CATC/RA instructors will train all local instructors . Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 59 .CCNP 6.

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All rights reserved. Inc. highlighting ethics and social benefit aspects of entrepreneurial mindset Learning game—An engaging game for experiential learning  Aligns with the ICT skills and 21st century skills taught within Networking Academy courses Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems.Entrepreneurship Education World Economic Forum White Paper  Unlock entrepreneurial capabilities to meet global challenges of 21st Century  Advance entrepreneurship education as a key driver for sustained social and economic development  Cultivate and provide exposure to entrepreneurial thinking and mindset Cisco Networking Academy Approach  Teach technology-based entrepreneurial skills Case study modules with realistic scenarios. Cisco Confidential 61 .

Select appropriate Case Study and/or download game 4. Learn related business skills in case study 5. Go to Entrepreneurial skills catalog 1. Study ITE or CCNA Curricula 3. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 62 . Practice skills in learning game Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems. Inc.Entrepreneurial Skills User Experience 2.

Inc. All rights reserved.Prototype Case Studies  Case Study: Starting an Internet Café Think like an entrepreneur Recognize an opportunity Calculating costs Creating a business plan  Case Study: Making a Business Successful Assess core business Customer and market analysis Review and revise business plan Consider adding services to increase profits Plan for future growth Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems. Cisco Confidential 63 .

Cisco Confidential 64 .Prototype Game An Engaging Game for Experiential Learning Within the Context of Realistic Scenarios Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems. All rights reserved. Inc.

All rights reserved. Inc. all courses. Invite all instructors to expose students to entrepreneurial skills and incorporate the case studies and game into in their classes  How: Accessible through AC – Instructors exposed to all case studies & game on Instructor Class Home Page Instructors ―check boxes‖ what they want students to have access from Student Class Home Page  Instructors and students are requested to provide their feedback on content. all instructors. CCNA E3  Who: Available to all academies. game play.Entrepreneurial Skills Beta Plan  Conduct a beta to gather broad customer feedback from instructors and students globally starting late April 2010  What: 5 Case Studies + Game enhancements – English only: Case Study Charging for Expertise Starting an Internet Café Making the Business Successful Providing Outsource Services Contractor Services Pre-Req / Use In ITE CCNA D1. CCNA E1 CCNA D3 . Cisco Confidential 65 . overall experience Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems.

Game Space  Launched Dec. All rights reserved. Inc.000 registered in the European Countries 80% students.academynetspace. 12% affiliates and others Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems. 8% instructors. 2009  NEW games and more to come next year 66 Cisco Confidential .000 registered users  Over 14.Collaborative Global Community www.com Play  NetSpace Challenge: Daily questions on networking and IT  Skills Pursuit: Networking Scenarios Connect  To Academies  To Individuals  To your own personal Social Networks Collaborate  Provide feedback on games in the Game Space  Submit questions for NetSpace Challenge Win  Prize Room  Recognition on leader boards Current Statistics  Over 62.

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