Cisco Trainer Required - UK

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Hi All,

I am looking for an experienced Cisco engineer to help teach my Cisco
CCNA and CCNP weekend courses.  The CCNA runs once per month and the
CCNP once every other month and since they are on weekends you don't
have to give up your day job.

You will start off by assisting and eventually take over the running of
the courses.  All kit and materials and training format is in place and
the course has been running for over two years.  You need to be able to
help the students out if they need help with their labs or various
Cisco networking concepts explaining.

You must:

Be a current CCNP (and able to prove it)
Preferably be studying for your CCIE (with a lab date)
Have extensive commercial Cisco experience
Be a good communicator (i.e not an IT geek who can't speak)
Have a professional disposition and be 100% reliable
Have a cheerful and optimistic approach
Live within easy reach of Milton Keynes
You must be very experienced with OSPF, redistribution and BGP

Please send a CV (no more than 2 pages) and covering e-mail with day
rate to paulb@networksinc.co.uk and please don't call the office.

You do NOT need to be a qualified Cisco trainer.  More details about
the course can be found at: http://www.networksinc.co.uk

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Kind Regards

Paul Browning LLB(Hons),CCNP,MCSE+I,A+,Net+

"Networks Inc. Ltd gives you tried, tested and proven
information and ideas which you can use immediately to pass
your Cisco CCNA........and that's guaranteed!"

Visit http://www.networksinc.co.uk to download your copy of
'How to Pass the Cisco CCNA' now.

e-mail: paulb@networksinc.co.uk
office: +44 (0)1908 263335
fax: +44 (0)870 4584011
skype: networksincltd
livechat at: http://www.networksinc.co.uk


Re: Cisco Trainer Required - UK
Hi Paul,

You may wish to investigate this resume of a CCNA Labs Instructor,
360GSP College - United Kingdom:

http://www.bradreese.com/kolawole-akinwande-cisco-resume.htm

Sincerely,

Brad Reese
http://www.BradReese.Com


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