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 FSNA & CCNA certifications, you will be able to join 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!

Your primary focus in FSNE Basic Training is the Full Stack Network Associate course and FSNA certification. Once that is complete your focus will shift to passing your Cisco CCNA which will complete the technical aspects of FSNE Basic Training.

FSNE Basic Training (introductory knowledge, FSNA & CCNA, Career Services):

  1. Full Stack Network Associate course

  2. Full Stack Network Associate (FSNA) certification

  3. Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 course

  4. Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification

  5. NexGenT Career Services and Land your Dream Job

FSNE Basic Training live instruction for cohort-based students is scheduled for two hour live online classes on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, and a 4 hours live class on Saturdays. For self paced students, 1 hour coaching calls will be every Thursday, and then every Tuesday for FSNE Advanced Training. You can check in the community at community.nexgent.com for your appropriate live instruction or coaching events.

Ready for Advanced Training?
In Advanced Training you will work on real-world skills with dedicated mentorship and obtain your Full Stack Network Professional (FSNP). The FSNP is a real world skills certification that you will obtain by building out a series of projects and virtual labs that are checked by NexGenT instructors. After obtaining the FSNP you are ready to work with our Career Services team and with potential employers to get hired for your new network engineering expertise.

  • To be eligible for FSNE Advanced Training you must have completed FSNE Basic Training and obtained CCNA certification.

FSNE Advanced Training (project-based learning, FSNP, and career services):

  1. Full Stack Networking Project

  2. Cisco ASA SSL VPN Project

  3. Colocation Datacenter Project

  4. Full Stack Network Professional (FSNP) Certification

  5. NexGenT Career Services and Land your Dream Job

  6. Advanced follow-on technical training such as Troubleshooting Cisco IOS Networks course

Good to Know...
Self-paced students, in both FSNE Basic and Advanced Training, should be putting in around 20 hours per week into their studies with the goal of knocking out the Cisco CCNA within 12 weeks. For live cohort students, you will have a specific set amount of study hours per week. 

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

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