Train Signal, Inc. Focuses on Cisco CCNP Training for Real-World Environment
Fast Track Cisco CCNP training videos allow IT students and professionals to learn at their own pace, and overcome traditional classroom shortcomings.
Rolling Meadows, IL (PRWEB) September 1, 2006
Train Signal, Inc., an IT training solutions company based in Rolling Meadows, IL, has just released the Cisco CCNP Internet Troubleshooting (CIT) course. The final course in Train Signal’s Fast Track Cisco CCNP video training series, the new CIT course is designed to teach IT students and professionals the skills they need to succeed in troubleshooting a Cisco network and pass the Cisco CCNP CIT exam. The CIT training (http://www. trainsignal. com/index. asp? PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=56) course costs $199.95 and includes over 14 hours of instructional videos comprised of real-world scenarios, diagrams, screen shots, and photos. Other features include a step-by-step lab book and practice exams in a test-engine format.
In addition, Train Signal, Inc. is offering the entire Cisco CCNP training (http://www. trainsignal. com/index. asp? PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=58&mcode=prweb1) series together in the CCNP Combo Package. The CCNP Package sells for $595.00 and includes everything the IT student or professional needs to know about Cisco networking at an intermediate level and pass the four different Cisco CCNP exams. The complete CISCO CCNP set includes over 50 hours of in-depth video training, focusing on Cisco Routing – CCNP (BSCI), Cisco Switching – CCNP (BCMSN), Cisco Remote Access – CCNP (BCRAN) and the newly released Cisco Internet Troubleshooting (CIT).
The entire Cisco CCNP training series is taught by Cisco hCCIE-certified instructor, Chris Bryant, a respected Cisco certified engineer in the IT community with over 10 years experience in both the practical and theoretical sides of Cisco technologies.
Cisco Certification (http://www. trainsignal. com/index. asp? PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=35) typically costs thousands of dollars; add the cost of training materials, travel expenses, and equipment on which to learn, and training for CCNP certification can become a very expensive venture. Train Signal’s President, Scott Skinger says, “Our # 1 goal is to provide top-notch training at an affordable price. We focus on providing instructors who have a lot of real-world experience and the ability to teach others everything they know. Our Cisco courses sell for about $200, which is 1/10 the cost of your typical live course”.
Train Signal Fast Track CBT videos are shipped on CD-ROM, usually within 24 hours of order placement. Says Gary Eimerman, Train Signal’s Director of Product Development “Hands-on is the quickest and best way to master new technical skills, and the Fast Track videos offer more advantages than a classroom setting. We like the idea that our customers can view the training, anytime, anyplace, and set their own pace for learning”.
Train Signal, Inc. creates unique, high quality computer training products for the serious IT student and professional. Train Signal offers demos on all of their Cisco courses online. Currently they have over 20 courses covering topics in Microsoft, Cisco, Linux and Wireless Networking. Founded in 2002, Train Signal is owned and operated by Scott Skinger (MCSE, CNE, CCNP).
For more product information, view the website at http://www. trainsignal. com (http://www. trainsignal. com) or call customer service at (888) 229-5055.
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