We hope that the summer had a lot of relaxing time to recharge your batteries for all of you and the start into a new semester and school year takes off with a momentum:
Our NetSpace team heard all of your input and feedback, thought about it and created CCNA 5.1 “the best CCNA ever” … statement from the German community.
What is the change?
Parts of the very demanding content was moved to the appendix, repetitions were deleted, explanatory video material was added and the supporting instructor materials were updated and improved.
LINKS to drill down into the details
The News and Events post includes the availability of the CCNA R&S ITN 5.1 Overview and the CCNA R&S 5.03 and CCNA R&S 5.1 Announcement – A recording outlining the curriculum enhancements
One more place to check Instructor Resource Spotlight
Here is an explanation from Eugene Morozov [22 min] Technical Manager on the NetAcad Team.
<<<< yes, this recording includes the invitation and details to the IPD week from 28th of September to 1st of October 2015 where the new features of CCNA 5.1. will be one of the topics.
What is the IPD week? IPD stands for Instructor Professional Development and you can self-enrol to this course, letting you have access to lots of instructor resources, learn about how other instructors use the course materials and much more.
This recording covers the updates to CCNA R&S curriculum.
CCNA R&S 5.03 update is the migration of the courses content to a new improved learning environment.
CCNA R&S ITN 5.1 update – Introduction to Networks course content have been reorganized and improved to address many concerns shared by instructor community.
Overview of the tools that can be used for planning and delivering courses includes:
– Instructor Resource Spotlight
– IPGs (Instructor Planning Guides)
– Activity Maps
– Teaching Best Practices
– Global IPD Week
– New course environment and content
Let us know if there are any issues or questions and contact your AAM or Technical Manager.
Happy to get in contact with you through your comments here as well 🙂
Have a great rest of the summer and come back rejuvenated
Jutta Jerlich, Eugene Morozov
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Showing my highest respect for the achievement of the Trade39 WorldSkills participants in different cultural conventions … I lift my hat …. I bow … when I see the results of the Trade39 WorldSkills participants in Sao Paulo from Europe.
Huge Congratulations!!! I have the highest respect for all of your achievements in this very challenging global competition:
David Csongradi, Hungary
Pekka Tuukkanen, Finland
MEDAILLION for EXCELLENCE
Ponnudurai Thushjandan, Switzerland
Alexandre Etienne, France
Stamm Simon, Germany
Miller Richard, UK
Jonathan Linder, Liechtenstein
Rui Chaves, Portugal
Tanel Peep, Estonia
Adrian Flodell, Sweden
Johannes Pinger, Austria
Diego Soto, Spain
The Austrian Team >>
Johannes Pinger, is a student at the Cisco Academy HTL Wien Rennweg. His teacher, mentor and expert is Christian Schoendorfer, ASC, ITC, Instructor Trainer. Thank you very much Christian for driving the IT Education in and for Austria.
The Estonian Team >>
Tanel Peep works as vocational teacher at Viljandi Vocational Education Centre and also administrates the school IT. Expert Toivo Pärnpuu is IT Manager at Networking Academy Tallinn Polytechnic School
The Finish Team >>
Pekka Tuukkanen [about him in Finish] and expert Markus Lintuala who was a competitor in London 2011 and EuroSkills 2010 in Lisboa. First international expert experience in EuroSkills Lille competitions 2014.
The French Team
Alexandre Etienne and expert Benjamin Callar who was competitor in Worldskills Calgary, then a team leader for Euroskills 2010, Euroskills 2012 and Worldskills 2013.
The German Team >>
Simon Stamm is working at Leibniz University IT Services and will start an integrated degree program at TUI InfoTec GmbH as IT business engineer in August this year. Expert Almut Leykauff-Bothe is one of the few female instructors and long-term Cisco Academy partner in the Multi-Media Berufsbildende Schulen (MMBbS) in Hannover Germany.
The Hungarian Team >>
David Csongradi and expert Zoltán Sisák who is also Managing Director, Chairman of the Board for the HTTP Foundation, a very valuable and long term partner in the Cisco Networking Academy.
The Liechtenstein Team >>
The Portuguese Team >>
Rui Chaves is a student at Cisco Academy ENTA- Escola de Novas Tecnologias dos Açores. Expert Daniel Medeiros is Director of Operations for Globestar Systems and has his own consulting company. He is a dedicated Cisco Network Academy Instructor at ENTA and has been involved with Worldskills since 2009, was an expert in Calgary will be the Chief Expert for Euroskills competition that will happen in EuroSkills Gothenburg in Dec 2016.
The Swedish Team >>
Adrian Flodell is a Networking Academy Student from the Cisco Academy Katrineholms Tekniska College
Expert Andreas Strömgren competed at the WorldSkills 2007 in Shizuoka and already was the Swedish expert in Leipzig 2013. He and the Swedish competitor from Calgary 2009 run a small company together.
WorldSkills Chief Expert: Anders Lantz is also from Sweden
The Swiss Team >>
Stay tuned for
EuroSkills competition in Gothenburg in Dec 2016
DUE TO SECURITY REASONS the location and date of the Partner Summit changed
Rome, 28-29 October 2015
Cisco Networking Academy Program is successfully helping education institutions, instructors and students for more than 15 years. This success is possible thanks to Partners of Cisco Networking Academy. You, as Academy Support Centers and Instructor Training Centers, are critical for our success.
We are inviting our NetAcad Partners to join us for sharing best practice, discussing the roadmap ahead and inspiring you with new ideas to come.
Where? Sheraton Rome
We look forward to meeting you in Rome – Cisco NetAcad Hackathon
See you there …
… check out the conference topics and materials from previous Partner Summits