Which are the best courses after CCNA?
Since Cisco revised its certification courses, one of the most often requested questions has been, “what to study after CCNA?” If you are also a CCNA-level network engineer or recently completed CCNA training who is still determining where to go from here professionally, you have come to the right place. This article will discuss all the career paths open to a network engineer who has already completed the CCNA program or earned their CCNA certification.
For better understanding, CCNA is a Cisco Certified Network Associate, a basic level certification to become a network engineer. CCNA training helps establish a candidate’s understanding and proficiency with the fundamentals of computer networking. This is one of the most critical steps in guiding your career as a network engineer.
Steps to take after CCNA
For the same reasons that drove you to get your CCNA in the first place, we need to keep going and complete additional training. After completing CCNA training and certification, there are essentially three directions one may go in.
- CCNP ENCOR
- CCNA DevNet