20 Full 90min lessons of Free Live On-line Full networking CISCO CCNA course Starts Mon 18th Will run on Mon-Thu for 5 weeks(Note Time is 12.30am Start 18/19 Apr)!!! ALL FREE
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20 Full 90min lessons of Free Live On-line Full networking CISCO CCNA course Starts Mon 18th Will run on Mon-Thu for 5 weeks(Note Time is 12.30am Start 18/19 Apr)!!! ALL FREE

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Found 16th Apr 2016
I had an email from Joe the best of the bunch in making you a pro in CCNA
That is from Zero to One or should I say 0 - 1 Gate get it

Ok here is the serious stuff

Joe has opened his gates again(It;s hard to be serious when Joe teaches you will see what I mean when you join on the first day) to teach us the full CCNA course, he need a treatment giving us the full CCNA course and not asking for a Cuppa, Why I ask Why!!!!

Please Take Full advantage of this Joe is some angle that has fallen on Earth to do a lot of good !!!!

If you follow his techniques you are on your way to get CCNA

20 Full 90min(and then a F&Q Extra time depending day to day) lessons of Free Live On-line Full networking course Starts Mon 18th Will run on Mon-Thu for 5 weeks!!! ALL FREE
Here is the break down

FREE LIVE ON-LINE INSTRUCTOR LED COURSE

Course Title: CCNA ROUTE & SWITCH 200=120

Format: Live On-line Instructor course

Duration: 20 sessions over 5 weeks

Course start: 18th April 2016

Course start time: 7:30pm EST

Course end time: 9:00pm EST

Note
aaqeel: 12:30 AM - 2:00 AM BST

Thanks Aqeel... thats right it is actually early part of the morning so make sure you have plenty of sleep before.

Course days: Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday

Course Fee: Free

End on 19th May 2016

All you need to do to register is click on the Register Button in the Link and fill in the details.
You will then be sent a link which will install a link on your computer (All platforms are compatible)

Please Note you don't need to pay anything for registration all you need is Internet connection.

PS you don't even need the equipment at the start so get the zest of what CCNA is all about. As you go on or even at the end can start practicing on their LAB. When you get in to depth and you like the taste of it is hight it is highly recommended to purchase a starter kit as this will give you more on practical side of Networking. Joe will go over what to go for depending on your budget in the first or second day.

But you can just listen to all the 20 lesson without even purchasing a pencil and paper.

NOTE Please read Comment #5 by prowla1 to see how you use the online facilities to practice Network

You then have a chance to recoup after the course has finished to purchase all the lesson for a fee so small you will laugh all the way to the Buy button Ha Ha!!
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12:30 AM - 2:00 AM BST
aaqeel

12:30 AM - 2:00 AM BST



Thanks Aqeel thats right it is actually early part of the morning so make sure you have plenty of sleep before.
What angle is he? Acute?
dez24

What angle is he? Acute?


Who in their right mind gives a full CCNA for free.

Ok after the course he is expecting some of the students to purchase the recorded sessions and or LAB's but he has never said You will have to as a T&C of the freebie it is totally free.

Once you have listened to all his sessions and practiced them on your Home Network you can pass the CCNA totally free(Apart form the Exam fees)

A 1k-3-k course for £0
Ermmmmm - what actually IS this course all about? I don't see any details of what is taught in the 20 hour course - and I'm guessing a lot.....
Ah, you beat me to it.
These courses have been run before and people have given good feedback.
That said, I can't make that time on Monday night, so it's not for me.
As for the course content, CCNA is one of the industry standard qualifications (Cisco networking).
Oh, and you can't practice this on your home network, but there is a free simulator called GNS which will do a lot of it: hotukdeals.com/fre…275
Edited by: "prowla1" 16th Apr 2016
lisaAylesbury

Ermmmmm - what actually IS this course all about? I don't see any details … Ermmmmm - what actually IS this course all about? I don't see any details of what is taught in the 20 hour course - and I'm guessing a lot.....




This is Cisco CCNA, talks about subnets/protocols/routers/switches etc, its the kind of thing you're either into or not.

I've done a few of Joes courses in the past and they are VERY GOOD, luckily I've done the CCNA and passed in the past, well worth it , even if you're only going to be dealing with the server side as these help troubleshooting
flintstone

This is Cisco CCNA, talks about subnets/protocols/routers/switches etc, … This is Cisco CCNA, talks about subnets/protocols/routers/switches etc, its the kind of thing you're either into or not.I've done a few of Joes courses in the past and they are VERY GOOD, luckily I've done the CCNA and passed in the past, well worth it , even if you're only going to be dealing with the server side as these help troubleshooting



You are so right, now a days if you are going as a Infrastructure Eng. you will need the skills in Cisco networking for as you said it will help you in trouble shooting.

One with Cisco/CCNA compared one with not has more chance of being called by the agency/company head hunters.
prowla1

Ah, you beat me to it.These courses have been run before and people have … Ah, you beat me to it.These courses have been run before and people have given good feedback.That said, I can't make that time on Monday night, so it's not for me.As for the course content, CCNA is one of the industry standard qualifications (Cisco networking).Oh, and you can't practice this on your home network, but there is a free simulator called GNS which will do a lot of it: http://www.hotukdeals.com/freebies/free-networking-simulator-supplement-ccna-training-2432275


Thank you for reminding me.

Those who want it total free can use GNS to practice in. Nowa days 99% of networking is done remotely and any breakage will be replaced by site engineer for you to configure it to original settings.
lisaAylesbury

Ermmmmm - what actually IS this course all about? I don't see any details … Ermmmmm - what actually IS this course all about? I don't see any details of what is taught in the 20 hour course - and I'm guessing a lot.....


If you are new to IT then
It is a part of the network which you need to communicate with your remote, or internal of the same building in your company and also rest of the world. Take for e.g. you are using the internet it is using these networks.
If your question is just about this course then
It is a full breakdown of Cisco networking to make sure you pass the CCNA and Joe will be there for you to make sure you understand. If you are new IT and this will be your first break in to learning something and see if it is for you I say Go For It.
Thanks, will be a change from CSI/NCIS. X)
Am I right in saying it will actually start Tuesday morning BST?
dereklogan7

Am I right in saying it will actually start Tuesday morning BST?



Yeah in the UK it'll be 12:30am
Would these recordings be able to be viewed at a different time of the day, or only shown live?
Dedge77

Would these recordings be able to be viewed at a different time of the … Would these recordings be able to be viewed at a different time of the day, or only shown live?




you buy the recordings, so you can watch when it suits you best
Dedge77

Would these recordings be able to be viewed at a different time of the … Would these recordings be able to be viewed at a different time of the day, or only shown live?



Sorry to say this will not be a recording it is actually Joe sitting it out at 12.30am -2am and he will be there to answer any Q. you may have live. and if he is not exhausted he will stay on sometimes up to 30min after each sessions. He is great.
I hope you have registered and enjoy it.
The recording will be available when he has edited it and released later in the week for the nominal fee, when I say nominal it is negligible compared to others.
prowla1

Ah, you beat me to it.These courses have been run before and people have … Ah, you beat me to it.These courses have been run before and people have given good feedback.That said, I can't make that time on Monday night, so it's not for me.As for the course content, CCNA is one of the industry standard qualifications (Cisco networking).Oh, and you can't practice this on your home network, but there is a free simulator called GNS which will do a lot of it: http://www.hotukdeals.com/freebies/free-networking-simulator-supplement-ccna-training-2432275



Thank prowla1 for your feed back

Re the hours for the course I am sure you realise it is 12.30am to 2am.
If you can't make it on Mon. (Like I might not be able to make this Thurs. Morning) but can others don't worry you will still be able to catch a lot from the other sessions and will be able carry on if you revise the missing topics and will be able to practice on the link you have provided for GNS and most important of all anything you don't understand you can still ask Joe.

I hope you join.
Joe's courses are pretty good. Nice guy, knows his stuff & he makes an often dry subject quite upbeat. Times are too late for me, but I think I'll buy the videos.

Only negative is the price of the books. If the top package was 30 quid, he'd have a sale.
Cenobite

Joe's courses are pretty good. Nice guy, knows his stuff & he makes an … Joe's courses are pretty good. Nice guy, knows his stuff & he makes an often dry subject quite upbeat. Times are too late for me, but I think I'll buy the videos. Only negative is the price of the books. If the top package was 30 quid, he'd have a sale.


can you buy the videos without watching the early morning sessions? i cant stay up that late but would like to have this to see what its about.
Do you even subnet bro ?
t3rm3y

can you buy the videos without watching the early morning sessions? i … can you buy the videos without watching the early morning sessions? i cant stay up that late but would like to have this to see what its about.



Yeah, just follow the link. You can buy ebooks too, but for ebooks I think they're a little pricey.
Cenobite

Yeah, just follow the link. You can buy ebooks too, but for ebooks I … Yeah, just follow the link. You can buy ebooks too, but for ebooks I think they're a little pricey.



t3rm3y

can you buy the videos without watching the early morning sessions? i … can you buy the videos without watching the early morning sessions? i cant stay up that late but would like to have this to see what its about.



Cenobite I agree the books are a bit pricey. But on the drop down list you can see there are labs/recordings/fault finding
all for £60 and for some one serious can grab all these and also get help from Joe via email for any thing he/she wants to ask.... I think as a package it is quite good. As the side effect of studying this will be a good career if one attains CCNA and then can make a good speech why he/should be hired what can the individual can give the company back from his skill set etc.
can you get a job from doing this course?
webmonkey

can you get a job from doing this course?



You'd need to have passed the exam & have experience. It may help if you're starting out & get a call centre support role. If you have experience, something a bit further up the ladder.
So, which of my fellow HUKD'ers just had their first lesson? I quite liked it.
Khairul

So, which of my fellow HUKD'ers just had their first lesson? I quite … So, which of my fellow HUKD'ers just had their first lesson? I quite liked it.



I did, though I was very shattered afterwards so I am planning to have a nap now before the next one tonight I thought it was really good, hoping to make it to all of the sessions!


webmonkey

can you get a job from doing this course?

webmonkey

can you get a job from doing this course?


webmonkey Cenobite is right if you want to break into IT, during and after this course just
read a lot...read a lot
practice...practice on the GNS a lot
read a lot...read a lot
practice...practice again on the GNS a lot and again...

Then happy as a help desk on the 1st line basis if you can put on the CV you have studied and got a CCNA you are bound to get a job some where. Initially don't worry about the rates as agency do tend to take advantage of a starter but once you have put your foot in the door and shown your self to the client you're going to work for they will want to keep you if it's a permanent job.

If you are going to work as a IT contractor then you can still show your self to the client you never know they might be working on another project and will want to utilise your skills in it.

This is the only way you can gain the skills required to excel your self.

Good luck!!!
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