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  • Slide objective: Program was born from a need Helps people understand the development of the program Problem: Schools lacked financial and human resources to manage networks Solution: Cisco developed curriculum to train teachers, staff, and students to to design, configure and maintain and maintain IT infrastructure in their schools A Cisco initiative helped schools design practical, cost-effective networks, but they lacked the financial and human resources to maintain them. Cisco worked with instructional designers and educators to develop a curriculum to teach educators and students how to design, build and maintain computer networks. The Academy program launched in October 1997 with 64 Academies in the United States. Today there are more then 9000 academies worldwide. Students completed the Academy curriculum with practical skills and real experience. The program rapidly expanded to become an IT career development program. Academies quickly spread to schools, colleges and universities, and other not-for-profit educational institutions around the world.
  • OPTIONAL SLIDE Slide objective: Quality is an important component of the Academy program Cisco ensures quality in the program The curriculum, training, certification, and on-going support ensure consistent quality among Academy programs around the world. Instructors receive professional development on an ongoing basis Cisco Academy Training Centers (CATCs) Train the trainer (train instructors) Contract with Cisco Receive training and support from Cisco Regional Academies Train instructors Contract with Cisco Receive training and support from CATCs Market to and recruit Local Academies Local Academies Teach students Contract with Regional Academies Receive training and support from Regional Academies
  • E’ nato cosi il CNAP , attraverso una peculiarità importante che è anche la sua chiave di successo, cioé uno schema di partnership pubblico privata che distribuisce gli oneri della partnership sulla base di quanto ciascuna della parti di meglio sa e può fare.
  • Cisco Networking Academy is large and has a firm global presence. In Europe primarily 20-28 yrs To give you perspective, the UN recognizes approximately 190 countries. Networking Academy has at least one academy in approximately 80% of the UN countries. Cisco has offices in fewer than 100 of these same countries. To put this more into perspective, Cisco has offices in only approximately 50% of the number of countries where Networking Academy is present. We educate over 750,000 unique students within a given year. This means we count the students only once within a given year, not by each time they take a class. To compare in the US, it means we are larger than the California University system in its entirety. Since inception we have taught early 3 Million students and are proud to say we have 550,000 CCNA 4 and Discovery 2 graduates. ( see metrics for further clarification ) Networking Academy is incredibly diverse: Students are of all ages, with a strong female contingency and coming from very diverse backgrounds and circumstances Students range in age from elementary level to over 60 There is a healthy mix of women and men, even though we want to increase the number of women. People range from those trying to work their way out of the slums in their region, to blind students, to people in prison planning for their future outside Our communities are equally diverse, including both developing and mature countries, organizations providing a second chance, and a combination of schools ranging from public schools to advanced education institutions Upper Secondary schools represent approximately 17% 2-3 Year Institutions, such as community and vocational schools, 31% 4 Year Institutions/universities, 47% And the remaining schools for 5%
  • Continued information about Partnerships Slide objective: How does the Academy program happen? How is it possible? through partnerships – Cisco has partnered with education, business, government, and community organizations around the world to ensure that Academy students have maximum opportunities for success inside and outside of the classroom. Successful partnering is a key component of the e-learning model, where content providers, educators, suppliers, and students are all important members of an educational ecosystem. Cisco believes that partnering is a key success factor in the Internet Economy and has made partnering one of its top priorities.
  • Definition: Students represent a distinct count of students that were in a class in session for at least one day within the Past 12 months. Data for this map is in the following table that can be viewed by clicking on "View" and selecting "Notes Page":   Students (as of 10.31.10) Total % of Worldwide % Increase from Prior Yr % Female Global 1,000,000 100% 10% 21% AsiaPac 248,000 25% 16% 28% - APAC 174,000 18% 12% 28% - Greater China 74,000 7% 28% 28% Emerging Markets 382,000 39% 12% 24% - Africa 47,000 5% 12% 28% - Central and Eastern Europe 69,000 7% 15% 14% - Latin America and the Caribbean 177,000 18% 9% 23% - Middle East 65,000 7% 14% 35% - Russia and CIS 22,000 2% 33% 19% European Market 183,000 19% 6% 9% Japan 7,000 1% -15% 19% United States and Canada 166,000 17% 9% 14%
  • IT Essential (le PC, matériel et logiciel) : Matériels et logiciels présentent de manière détaillée le matériel informatique et les différents systèmes d’exploitation. L’objectif de ce cours est d’apprendre les différentes fonctionnalités des composants matériels et logiciels, ainsi que les méthodes recommandées de maintenance et de sécurité. Grâce aux activités pratiques et aux TP. Les participants apprennent à assembler et à dépanner un matériel ou un logiciel. En outre, le cours inclut des chapitres sur les réseaux et les compétences en communication. Niveau CCNA Découverte (Cisco Certified Network Associate) :  L’objectif de ce cours est de présenter les concepts et les technologies de réseau élémentaires. Il propose une présentation pratique au réseau et à Internet, à l’aide d’outils et de matériel très répandus, à domicile ou dans l’environnement d’une petite entreprise ou d’une école. Ces supports de cours en ligne développent des compétences nécessaires à la planification et à la mise en œuvre de petits réseaux via une gamme d’applications. Niveau CCNA exploration (Cisco Certified Network Associatel) : Ce cours se concentre sur l’apprentissage des notions de base sur les réseaux. Dans ce cours, l’apprenant acquiert les compétences pratiques et conceptuelles. Ces supports permettent de se familiariser avec les différents périphériques réseau, les modèles d’adressage du réseau, et les types de média utilisés pour acheminer les données à travers le réseau. Niveau CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional ): Ces cours permettent de maîtriser la mise en place et de la configuration des produits d’un réseau complexe. Il intervient dans le support après vente, au niveau de l’installation, de la configuration, ou encore de la maintenance de solutions réseaux plus élaborées.
  • To ensure alignment to certification exams, the development team has performed detailed analyses of the exam objectives from CompTIA, and we will submit the course to a third party to have it designated as a CompTIA Authorized Quality Curriculum. We'll also have all the authors, technical reviewers, and assessment team members complete all four of the new exams. We've also looked at the objectives for the EUCIP IT Administrator certification, which is relatively new but becoming popular in Europe. The course will map to parts of it. The EUCIP certification has five modules with exams. We're designing our course to map completely to Modules 1-3 and cover most of Module 4.
  • Une plateforme Communautaire qui permet des échanges entre les instructeurs des différents pays Elle permet de: Créer des classes Suivre l’évolution des classes Individualiser la formation et le suivi des étudiants Accéder aux différents supports de cours et travaux pratiques Accéder au support technique Accéder Vouchers pour le passage à la Certification Professionnelle
  • Le Réseau d'Erudition de Cisco a été lancé en été de 2008. C'est une communauté en ligne libre de le IT gens de métier et les gens se sont intéressées dans, ou se préparant pour prendre, n'importe quelle certification de Cisco. Vous trouverez les informations complètes de certification c'Est une Toile interactive 2,0 site, qui vous signifie peut créer un profil, invitez et l' « ami » autres utilisateurs sur le site, les questions de poste, obtiennent vos questions répondu, rédigez une entrée de blog, et le réseau avec le IT gens de métier. L'Etude récemment de Certification supplémentaire Groupe pour un plus personnalisé, dirigé interactif a éprouvé que les foyers sur une certification particulière. L'enregistrement est www.cisco.com/go/learnnetspace libre
  • Home page highlights events and new resources Updated frequently – around every 2 weeks - with new articles, documents, soon to add recorded webinars, more videos. Feedback is always welcome Specific stats for country/region when applicable
  • To ensure alignment to certification exams, the development team has performed detailed analyses of the exam objectives from CompTIA, and we will submit the course to a third party to have it designated as a CompTIA Authorized Quality Curriculum. We'll also have all the authors, technical reviewers, and assessment team members complete all four of the new exams. We've also looked at the objectives for the EUCIP IT Administrator certification, which is relatively new but becoming popular in Europe. The course will map to parts of it. The EUCIP certification has five modules with exams. We're designing our course to map completely to Modules 1-3 and cover most of Module 4.
  • T his analysis was prepared for the Hungarian government (part of a long study) by a group of 10 experts and the Hungarian ICT Association. Aim is to raise government’s attention how dangerous the current situation is for the skilled ICT practioners and how the shortage (experienced in the recent years) of skilled ICT practicioners will change. Due to the rapid technological development of the ICT sector the ICT labor market has several special features, which require further attention. In the last 3-5 years there was a constant shortage of skilled ICT professionals. During turbulent times people get out of the labor market but after that they will be not able to re-enter because their knowledge become out-of-date. In addition to this during the crisis the number of ICT students will decrease, which has a longer term effect – in 3 years when the market increase again there will be no supply.
  • Netacad

    1. 1. Cisco Networking Academy Luca Lepore© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 1
    2. 2. • Creato nel 1997per le scuole e le università • Scuole e università avevano poche risorse economiche, poche tecnici e docenti preparati su argomenti legati al mondo delle reti • Cisco ha sviluppato il primo curriculum CCNA per formare studenti, tecnici e docenti© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 2 2
    3. 3. • Curriculum standardizzato garantisce la qualità a livello globale • In ogni Paese gli studenti riceveno la stessa formazione di qualità • Instructor-led online curriculum e hands-on labs • Valutazioni con skills-based exams e online assessment© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 3
    4. 4. Una partnership tra Cisco Systems, i suoi Partner e realtà no profit tra Istituti scolastici, Università, Centri di formazione professionale e Amministrazioni Pubbliche, per attivare una formazione certificata sulle più avanzate tecnologie di rete© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 4
    5. 5. Entry Level IT/Networking Skills Education Focus: Individuals & Underserved Communities 165+ Countries Large and 1.000.000+ Students in past year Nearly 4 Million students since inception Global 10.000+ Academies Students: Age, Gender (19%), and Diverse Challenging Circumstances Students & Communities Communities: Mature and Developing Countries Diverse Universities, Vocational Schools, Secondary Educational Schools, Non-profit Organizations, Second Institutions Chance.© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 5
    6. 6. Cisco sviluppa partnership con le principali organizzazioni mondiali e locali per promuovere lo sviluppo socio-economico e ridurre il fenomeno del digital divide attraverso un maggiore accesso allistruzione e alle conoscenze in campo informatico. 5 Global Partnerships with United Nations (UNDP, UNIFEM, ITU, UNWRA, UNV) Over 100 Central and Local Government Partnership in Europe and Emerging Markets NATO, USAID, Institute of International Education, Local Charities and NGOs© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 6
    7. 7. WorldwideFebbraio 2011
    8. 8. Students by Region (1,000,000 Students) 7% 69 19% 183 2% 22 17% 166 7% 74 1% 7 7% 65% of Global Total19% Europe 5% 47 18% 17418% Latin America18% APAC 18% 17717% U.S. and Canada7% Greater China7% Central and Eastern Europe7% Middle East5% Africa2% Russia and CIS1% Japan % of Worldwide Total as of October 31, 2010 100%1,000  # of Students in thousands Source: AME, jzinn_v1, Snapshot as of October
    9. 9. Total Students : 1000 000% Female : 19%Cumulative Students : 3750 000Instructors : 20000Academy : 10 000 Networking Academy worldwide
    10. 10. Total Students :16.442% Female : 16%Cumulative Students :52.694Cumulative Graduates:11.267Instructors : 642Academy : 311Networking Academy Italy
    11. 11. La Formazione© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 11
    12. 12. Cisco Networking Academy ROUTE: “2.0” Portfolio Networking for Home Implementing IP Routing and Small Businesses SWITCH: Network CCNA Implementing IP Fundamentals Switched Networks Working at a Security Small-to-Medium TSHOOT: Routing Troubleshooting and Business Protocols and Maintaining IP or ISP Networks Concepts IntroducingEnterprise LAN Switching Routing and and WirelessNetworking Switching in Enterprise Accessing the WAN CCNP Designing and Supporting Security IT Essentials: PC ComputerSmall and Hardware and Networks Software CCNA CCNAMediumBusiness Discovery ExplorationNetworking IT EssentialsSOHO Packet Tracer(SmallOffice -HomeOffice) Student Networking Knowledge and Skills
    13. 13. IT Essentials: Fondamenti di Informatica e Reti• Curriculum ufficiale in Italiano: Fondamenti di Informatica e Reti• Materiale didattico per la docenza in Italiano (ppt, pdf)• Certificazioni EUCIP IT Administrator in Italiano• Documentazione integrazione per la preparazione degli esami Eucip It Administrator 1-2• Non è necessario il laboratorio di rete• Breve durata del corso (70 ore nominali)• Contenuti semplici (cap.1-10) con possibilità di approfondimenti (cap. 11-16)
    14. 14. Il sistema E-Learning: AcademyConnection
    15. 15. I corsi Cisco NetworkingAcademy
    16. 16. Esami online
    17. 17. Hands on labs
    18. 18. Serious Game - PacketTracer
    19. 19. Packet tracer
    20. 20. Quick Tour of Aspire / Demo
    21. 21. Cisco Learning Network www.cisco.com/go/learningnetwork© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 22
    22. 22. Canale Lavoro© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 23
    23. 23. • Vuoi essere sempre aggionato sulle offerte di lavoro proposte dai partner Cisco? Ti interessa conoscere le iniziative e progetti del programma Cisco Networking Academy? Vuoi mantenere i contatti con la community del Networking Academy in Italia? E molto semplice: ti bastano pochi click e puoi seguire le news e i post di ASSINT relativi al programma Cisco Networking Academy. Come?• Diventa fan della pagina ASSINT su Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Assint Seguici con Twitter: http://twitter.com/assint Ricevi i post dellASSINT Blog: http://associazioneassint.blogspot.com/© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 24
    24. 24. www.assint.org© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 25
    25. 25. Your career website© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 26
    26. 26. Students competion© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 27
    27. 27. Contestants From More Than 40 Countries Competed Simultaneously in a Virtual Competition to Win Five US Study Trips Sponsored by Cisco Next Competition: June 2011© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 28
    28. 28. © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 29
    29. 29. © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 30
    30. 30. Additional slides© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 31
    31. 31. http://www.cisco.com/web/IT/training_education/networking_academy/women_and_ict_final.pdf © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 32
    32. 32. Donne e ICT: perché le ragazze non entrano nel mondo dellatecnologia?Stereotipi e mancanza di modelli positivi scoraggiano l’ingressodelle ragazze nel settore informaticoUna ricerca commissionata da Cisco a EUN Schoolnet cerca imotivi della disparità di genere nel mondo ICT coinvolgendostudenti, genitori ed insegnanti italiani e di altri quattro paesieuropei.L’interesse per l’informatica e l’uso quotidiano del PC non bastanose mancano modelli femminili a cui ispirarsi e persiste laconvinzione che l’ICT sia “un mondo da uomini”. L’atteggiamentodelle madri è essenziale per incoraggiare le figlie.© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 33
    33. 33. In Italia il 76% delle ragazze dichiara di essere “interessate o molto interessate all’ICT” ma il tasso di “drop out” (ovvero di ragazze che nonostante l’interesse per la materia si orientano verso diverse scelte universitarie e professionali) sale però al 61%. Solo il 15% delle ragazze dichiara di essere positivamente decisa a studiare e lavorare nel settore. Le ragazze coinvolte nella ricerca hanno dichiarato in oltre il 50% dei casi di avere un modello di riferimento a cui ispirarsi per le scelte di studio e carriera; di queste, il 58% ha indicato una donna. Il peso degli stereotipi è sempre forte: richiesti di valutare quattro tipici profili ICT, genitori e insegnanti di entrambi i sessi hanno valutato che fossero “più adatti agli uomini”: le madri hanno questa convinzione nel 40% dei casi.© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 34
    34. 34. PWC - IT Governance 2008Insufficient number of staff is top IT relatedproblem in the last 12 months. +55% ofrespondents in 2007CEPIS. E-skills in Europe 2007 “...ICTcould be facing shortages of up to 70,000IT practitioners per year”Comp-Tia Skills Gap in the World 2008“…the skill with the widest gap inproficiency is security/firewalls/dataprivacy”IDC Cisco Skills Gap 2005“By 2008 there will be a shortage of up tohalf a million people across Europe withthe advanced networking technology skills”
    35. 35. Source: Hungarian Assn of ICT Companies, 2009© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 36

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