Hello Everyone! 

Ready to level up in the Full Stack Network Engineer (FSNE) program? Let's go!

To get started you will be entering FSNE Basic Training. Once you complete the Basic Training program and attain your CCNA certification, you will be eligible for joining FSNE Advanced Training. 

Completing FSNE Advanced Training is the goal of the program, as it proves to employers that you are not only CCNA certified, but you have the required and necessary skills to be a rockstar engineer!

Basic Training consists of....
Your primary focus in Basic Training is the Network Engineering Course. Once that is complete your focus will shift to passing your Cisco CCNA. That will complete your FSNE Basic Training. 

FSNE Basic Training (introductory knowledge and industry certification):

  1. Network Engineering course
  2. ICND1 course and pass exam
  3. ICND2 course and pass exam
  4. After completing the above you will be eligible for Advanced Training
  • Advanced Training launches once per quarter
  • To be eligible for Advanced Training you must have completed Basic Training and obtained CCNA certification.

Ready for Advanced Training?
In Advanced Training you will work on real-world skills with dedicated mentorship and obtain your Full Stack Network Associate - Virtual Certification (FSNA-V). The FSNA-V is a real world skills certification that you will obtain by building a lab virtually that is checked by NexGenT instructors. After obtaining the FSNA-V you are ready to work with our Career Services team and with potential employers to get hired for your new network engineering expertise.

FSNE Advanced Training (real-world skills training and career services):

  1. A new cohort of Advanced training launches every month - to be applicable for the next month, you must apply by the 1st of that same month.
  2. Full Stack Networking Project with dedicated coaching on real-world skills
  3. FSNA-V certification (remote FSNA certification with virtual lab testing)
  4. NexGenT Career Services and the NexGenT Employer Network
  5. Land Your Dream IT Job course
  6. Advanced follow-on technical training such as Troubleshooting Cisco IOS Networks course

Good to Know...
In both Basic and Advanced Training you should be putting in around 20 hours per week on your studies with the goal of knocking out your Cisco exams quickly.

You can click here to download our syllabus which further explains the roadmap, concepts and goals for the Full Stack Network Engineer program.

Not currently a student? Click here to find out if the program is right for you by scheduling a call with a Career Strategist.

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