I believe the CCENT course covers everything needed to pass the CCENT (ICND1)test. Is the CCNA a continuation of CCENT (for ICND2) or does the CCNA course cover material to test for CCENT and CCNA?
Is the CCNA course a continuation of the CCENT course?
Hey, everything we do is according to the exam objectives. Even if you're studying for the CCENT exam, the CCNA course is different but it also reenforces all the the concepts that you would need for the CCENT as well.
Though we believe we cover enough material in our CCENT to help you in preparation for the exam, you may find it beneficial to also see the CCNA episodes as well.
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I think I see what you are asking, as I am looking into learning/earning the same certifications.
Based on ITProTv's Course Library identifying the Exam number for the CCNA Routing & Switching as 200-101 and comparing it to Cisco's website ( http://www.cisco.com/web/learning/exams/list/icnd2b.html ), then I believe yes, the CCNA Routing & Switching Course is the ICND2 you are looking for.
Cisco offers two ways to earn the CCNA Routing & Switching Certification. For the uninitiated newbies, like me, they offer the two part CCENT (ICND1) and the CCNA (INCD2) exams. Or for the initiated IT people; those looking to re-certify, they take the Exam 200-120 CCNA (which combines both the ICND1 & ICND2 exams into one long test). Both routes lead to the same results.
I hope that helps, as this sounded like the same question I had going through my mind last week while I was researching certifications and ways to educate myself to earn them.