Why should I get NexGenT FSNA certified?
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Written by Paol Guzman
Updated over a week ago

NexGenT's FSNA will give you all the foundational knowledge you need to become a full stack network engineer. It will train you on the full stack of networking technologies, including routing, switching, wireless, security, data center, cloud, automation, virtualization, etc.

The FSNA was put together by two veterans who graduated over 1,000 engineers while they were IT instructors at the Air Force, many of which went to to set up and manage communications for the U.S.A. Their way of teaching is based on their military training experience thus, they strive to get their students "field-ready" in a short amount of time. 

It is the only certification in the market that does in person skills validation and includes zero written testing. It can only be earned by going through a self-paced online course called Zero to Engineer and attending a three day in-person bootcamp.

If you're tired of traditional IT training, which is mostly theory and gives you zero hands-on experience, then this certification is for you. In this training, you can get real world experience and even learn some advanced skills such as how to automate private WAN to VPN failover and how to set up an HQ network with two branches from scratch.

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