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I’ve graduated in automotive engineering and have certified course jetking school team. What should be the next course that I am going to register to, or enrolled to become a successful network engineer?

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Am so out of a decision now, please help me decide.

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I think you are really set to go as a networking Engineer. It has a tag engineer but you don't really need to have a degree to become as such. IT course will do and knowledge in Networking. Here in my country. You can take CISCO courses specific to Networking. It is certified internationally. But if you have good background and a solid grab with networking basics and advance IT skills.  You should be good to go noting that you have Jetking Certification.

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Am so out of a decision now, please help me decide.

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Hi Lisa,

 

With your Jetking background, that should offer you a solid foundation in IT. If you want to be more proficient in networking, I suggest you take up a CCNA certification course. CCNA stands for Cisco Certified Network Associate. This certification is internationally-recognized.

Aside from taking up CCNA, I also suggest you take up complementary trainings for Cisco’s competition like Juniper and Adtran. With these two additional knowledge and skill sets, companies will surely hire you because of your versatility in different devices.

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