CCNP course in the UK?

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Hi there- can anyone recommend a good training college(not a boot
camp) for my CCNP please in the UK? Thanks
also any recommends on the course study books please? I used Ciscos
for my CCNA  but found them a little "Dry"


Re: CCNP course in the UK?
I used Xpertise in Altrincham near Manchester for my CCNP.

Try:

http://www.xpertise.co.uk/index.aspx?pageID=1

The have plenty of locations across the UK

Steve

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I am looking to do the same thing. I have just found a college in
Manchester who do the ccnp as a course
rather than a boot camp. The link is below, I have mailed them to see
how much it is pere semester.
I will let you know when I find out.


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Thanks folks , much appreciated -I am looking for somewhere in
Birmingham if possible


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The following academies in the Cisco Networking Academy Program offer CCNA
courses in Birmingham, UK.

University of Central England
Matthew Boulton College of Further & Higher Education
Newman College of Higher Education
Sutton Coldfield College
LINK2ICT
Aston Pride IT & Media Centre

These courses may be enbedded in diploma or degree programs but some may
allow you to just enrol in the CCNA units, which may be offered one day or
evening over a semester, or similar timeframe.

Aubrey



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Interesting

Staffs Uni also do the CCNP, but are not listed below !

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Steve




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That's because I just searched in the Academy Locator for academies that
listed their location city as Birmingham, UK.
I see in the Staffordshire University academy profile that they are located
in the city of Stafford, which is somewhat north of Birmingham.

And knowing the parochicalism of West Midlands folk (my daughter lives in
Stourbridge, which, apparently, she informed me when I dared to suggest it,
is *not* a suburb of Birmingham!) I'm sure those at Stafford don't consider
themselves part of the West Midlands, let alone Birmingham.

A search for Staffordshire shows 8 Cisco Academies - both high schools and
colleges - none of these are included in the above list.

Aubrey




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Thx dude- I could well imagine YamYams in Stourbridge not wanting to
be associated with Brummies!


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