Frequently Asked Questions

 

Can anyone pass the Cisco exams?

As long as you are motivated and dedicated we believe that anyone can pass the Cisco exams and have observed many successful people over the past few years.

Are your instructors Cisco certified?

All instructors are Certified Cisco Systems Instructors with years of experience. Every instructor who teaches a course needs to hold the appropriate level of certification. i.e.: CCNA will only be taught by someone who is a certified CCNA.

I was attending a Cisco training course recently and the trainer had no hands-on real world experience? What sort of instructors do you have?

All the instructors are not only instructors but they all also come from the hands-on consultancy background and only got into training afterwards. All the instructors also work hands-on at customer sites therefore they can add a lot more real-world experience value to the courses.

How much money will I make if I get certified by Cisco?

The average hard working CCNA will go on to earn £35,000 according to industry figures. But the sky is the limit as you gain experience you can get certified in CCNP or CCIE (average £60,000+) which offer routes to much higher salaries.

Do you guarantee jobs?

It is impossible to guarantee positions for our graduates within the industry; however, the chances of our students embarking on a successful networking career are significantly increased by acquiring the Cisco CCNA qualification.

Is the certification valid outside of the UK, if so, does it have the same recognition/status?

Yes, Cisco Certifications are recognised internationally as producing the highest standards of network personnel.

Do you provide passing guarantee?

Success in this discipline is subject to student commitment and application once the course material has been delivered, however, we provide a free re-train for students who are unsuccessful in their first exam attempt.

Are there any prerequisites to enrol on the course?

Students require no qualification beforehand in order to enrol on the course. However a good working knowledge of computers will be a crucial factor in succeeding in the course. Students will need to be willing to read and learn in their own time in order to gain maximum benefit from the courses.

Are there different levels of CLAiT qualifications and which level is right for me?

There are three levels ranging from beginners seeking to use computers for the first time to more advanced users wishing to further their knowledge and skills and increase their productivity and employability.

New CLAiT (Level 1) – This is suitable for beginners seeking to boost their confidence and/or progress to levels 2 and 3. It represents the same learning level as IGCSE grades D-G.

CLAiT Plus (Level 2) – This is suitable for those who already have a basic knowledge in computers, but wish to enhance their IT skills and develop them to a business standard. It represents the same learning level as IGCSE grades A*-C.

CLAiT Advanced (Level 3) – This is suitable for those who have used computers a great deal and have already gained the Level 2 Diploma. Topics covered at this level look at the more specialist options within the different applications. For confident and productive IT users – enhances IT proficiency. It represents the same learning level as AS/A level.

What are the fees for CLAIT courses?

At Cressy It we customise a course structure for every organisation and depending on the number of students for your organisation we will provide a competitive pricing schemes. As a social enterprice we can provide certain discounts on the type of organisation. To get the best price and discount option please contact us for a quote.

How many units must a candidate complete to achieve a qualification?

To obtain a certification in any of the CLAIT levels 1, 2 or 3 courses you must complete and pass one mandatory unit and two optional units. To obtain a diploma in any of the CLAIT levels 1, 2 or 3 courses you must complete and pass one mandatory unit and four optional units.

Are there any pre-requisites to undertake a CLAIT course?

You do not need any formal qualifications to undertake any CLAIT courses.

Are there any pre-requisites to undertake bite-size seminar?

You do not need any formal qualifications to undertake any bits-size seminars.

Where do the seminars take place?

The seminar takes place within our medium sized offices. It’s a user friendly environment.

How many people can attend?

The number of people on a seminar varies, but is usually between 1 – 10 people.

Is there much interaction?

There is plenty of opportunity for interaction and feedback as well as interaction within the groups. All qualified trainer’s emphasis on taking a proactive approach.

Does this make you certified?

No, but we do provide a fully certified programme. Please contact for further information.

Will you send confirmation?

Yes - as soon as you book we will send you an email which will have a Booking Confirmation. This will give you full details of the seminar plus a link to a directions map to help you find your way there

What seminars do you do?

•    MS Office
•    Windows Server
•    Adobe
o  Dreamweaver
o  Photoshop
o  Flash
•    Fireworks
•    MAC OSX
•    Social Media

What are the fees for per seminar?

At Cressy It we customise a seminar structure based on the user needs. As a social enterprise we can provide certain discounts on the number of people attending per organisation. To get the best price and discount option please contact us for a quote.

I still have more questions, where can I find the answers?

If you still have more questions or require more information and advice please contact us and we will be more then happy to help.



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