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An overview of the Open University Cisco Academy Support Centre led - mass instructor training held via distance learning between Feb 14 to mid July 2017.

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  1. 1. Free CCNA1 Instructor Training The Open University (OU) Cisco ASC Andrew Smith @OUCisco or @teraknor
  2. 2. Session Contents 1. Introduction 2. Is it too good to be true? 3. What are you studying? 4. You are not studying? 5. How will it work? 6. What are your commitments? 7. Packet Tracer Skills? 8. The final assessment? 9. What do you gain? 10.The end! 2
  3. 3. An Introduction? 3
  4. 4. The OU Cisco Academy Support Centre Introduction • We are set up to offer either free or at low cost, access to the Cisco Academy programme • Currently we are a community of 47 Cisco Academies – covering a range of charities, specialist educational providers, training providers, schools, colleges, further education and universities. • The ASC is led by Andrew Smith – Senior Lecturer in Networking at the Open University, it is supported by Kevin Large and Paul Wallin 4
  5. 5. Is it too good to be true? 5
  6. 6. We like to share … Is it too good to be true? • We were very fortunate in getting a Premier+ award from Cisco Systems late 2016 • With this came a modest bid allowance for community development • We decided that this project is how we would spend the money • We want to raise the number of CCNA1 and Networking Essentials enabled teaching professionals 6
  7. 7. What are you studying? 7
  8. 8. CCNA1 R+S v6 – Introduction to Networking What are you studying? #1 • 13/02/17 Launch on Tues the 14th at 16:00 • 20/02/17 1/2 Term (everything is UK based around our teaching calendar) All sessions on a Monday at 16:00 • 27/02/17 Chapter 1 Explore the network • 06/03/17 Chapter 2 Configure a network operating system • 13/03/17 Chapter 3 Network protocols and communications • 20/03/17 Chapter 4 Network access • 27/03/17 Chapter 5 Ethernet • 03/04/17 Chapter 6 Network layer • 10/04/17 EASTER • 17/04/17 EASTER 8
  9. 9. CCNA1 R+S v6 – Introduction to Networking What are you studying? #2 • 24/04/17 Chapter 7 IP Addressing • 01/05/17 Chapter 8 Subnetting IP networks • 08/05/17 Chapter 9 Transport Layer • 15/05/17 Chapter 10 Application layer • 22/05/17 Chapter 11 Build a Small Network • 29/05/17 Whit Break? • 05/06/17 Recap Revision and catch up • 12/06/17 Recap Revision and catch up • 19/06/17 Assessment first attempt and Packet Tracer skills • 26/06/17 Assessment first attempt and Packet Tracer skills • 03/07/17 retake opportunity • 10/07/17 Final Assessment Attempt 9
  10. 10. You are not studying? 10
  11. 11. CCNA2, 3 and 4 You are not studying … • You will not be studying the full CCNA Instructor training – you are studying the first part only • There are three additional courses • Routing and Switching • Scaling Networks • Connecting Networks • Approach your ASC/ITC for more information regarding these 11
  12. 12. How will it work? 12
  13. 13. Making it work for you How will it work? • Weekly sessions via FBL (Facebook Live) – you can attend by any means at your disposal • These will always be on a Monday at 16:00 hosted by Kevin Large • Only the launch session will commence at 16:00 on Tuesday the 14th • All sessions will be recorded – you can attend ‘live’ or watch later – ‘like it’ to let us know that you have watched it • Discussions, questions and queries always via the netacad ‘canvas’ inbuilt forums • Support each other • Support from us 13
  14. 14. Essential How will it work? • You MUST ensure that you are an instructor user within a Cisco Academy • We may consider adding some ‘stray’ applicants to the Open University Incubator Community • From 7th to 14th of Feb is the window when we solve any miscellaneous problems • This is mainly supported by volunteers – please be patient with us 14
  15. 15. Very essential How will it work? • Your email address that you have given us MUST be the same one you are using for your Cisco Academy Instructor profile • Otherwise – it will not work out 15
  16. 16. Discovery How will it work? • While the OU is very experienced at scalable distance learning for students – working with a large dispersed community of teachers in this context is semi-experimental • We will make mistakes • We will learn from the community • Lets have fun 16
  17. 17. What are your commitments? 17
  18. 18. Study, Study, Study Your Commitments • Estimated study is 3-4 hours per week – some are shorter, others longer – it will depend on you • Complete chapter tests – we will not allow anyone to take final unless you have completed ¾ (75%) of chapters – you can do these at any time • Attend FBL sessions when broadcast or afterwards • Complete Packet Tracer assessment at the end of the course • Complete course feedback • Complete Cisco final exam • Use a computer with a webcam where you can install webex 18
  19. 19. Packet Tracer Skills? 19
  20. 20. Version 7.0 – Is Compulsory Packet Tracer Skills • Make sure you install packet tracer 7.0 • Do complete the practical activities using packet tracer • Do not complete the ‘in class’ activities • We will set a Skills Based Activity (SBA) • This must be completed and emailed to open.university.cisco@gmail.com • If the SBA is not complete we will not pass you for the course – preventing you from being able to teach CCNA1 and Networking Essentials 20
  21. 21. The final assessment? 21
  22. 22. Compulsory The final assessment • You MUST complete the course feedback before you attempt the final • You will be allowed one attempt at a 70% pass mark • You may be allowed a second attempt at a 80% pass mark • You must install Webex • You must have use a computer with an attached working webcam – this may mean the purchase of a low cost webcam – we do not require any audio/microphone connection. 22
  23. 23. What do you gain? 23
  24. 24. The pros, no cons. What do you gain • Ability to use CCNA1 Routing and Switching – Introduction to Networking – for teaching • Ability to use Networking Essentials – for teaching • Freedom to use this ‘teaching attribution’ in any Cisco Academy as it belongs to you. • Access to a variety of teaching resources, non-core courses and supporting content from Cisco Systems. 24
  25. 25. Will we do this again? 25
  26. 26. We do not know? Will will do this again? • This is based on a one time budget award. • We do not have any plans for long term continual offering of this, however if funding exists we may consider IT Essentials. • If this is sufficiently popular and a suitable quantity of enrolled instructors pass. We may explore making a case for another attempt in the following academic year. • If you are looking for CCNA2,3 and 4 – please approach your local ASC/ITC. 26
  27. 27. Caveat Emptor Boyer beware 27
  28. 28. Buyer beware … Caveat Emptor! • It is for free … we have designed the model based on a no-cost or low-cost solution • The structure and resources are ‘as is’, no alternative will be provided – no matter how you feel • We have kept it simple – if this is an issue, our belief is that you may be on the wrong course • This course will run to UK times and a UK educational calendar – as this initiative is primarily UK focused – however, we are more than happy to include participants from all nations – running to our timetable 28
  29. 29. The end Any questions, please post on this thread in Facebook 29
  30. 30. Some useful links (for those reading this slide deck) The End! Project based • www.ouasc.org.uk - Open University Cisco ASC site • https://www.facebook.com/OpenUniversityCiscoASC/ - the official facebook page for the OU ASC Additional resource • @OUCisco – The Open University Cisco Twitter feed – related to our CCNA course delivery 30
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