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C/C++ Courses through Cisco Networking Academy 2017-03-27T08:53:26+00:00 C++ Institute courses on the Cisco Networking Academy Learning Platform.
The C++ Institute has added two new courses to the learning portfolio on the Cisco Networking Academy learning platform: CPA: Programming Essentials in C++ and CLA: Programming Essentials in C.
The two courses build foundational IT skills needed to succeed in jobs related to software development , network engineering, system administration, and the expanding IoT.
The 70-hour, beginner level courses teach the most fundamental programming concepts as well as basic C/C++ programming skills.
The courses are aligned to the CPA — C++ Certified Associate Programmer and CLA — C Programming Language Certified Associate certifications.
The courses are being offered to more than 9,500 educational institutions around the world that deliver the Cisco Networking Academy curriculum.
Individuals who wish to find an institution that offers the course can use the Academy Locator at netacad.com.
C++ Institute Authorized Academies are invited to submit their applications for membership of the Cisco Networking Academy program to take advantage of the two courses and other offerings.
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Cisco Networking Academy is an IT skills and career building program that develops the entry-level talent needed to power the digital economy.
Cisco partners with learning institutions worldwide to deliver technical training and problem-solving experiences to individuals studying networking, security, and IoT technologies.
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