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"Upskilling is an important tool for workers and job seekers to survive and thrive in an ever-changing IT industry"

IT Project Managers: does any of this sound familiar?...

• As you manage a project you're aware of gaps in your knowledge and you know it could be implement quicker by asking the right questions with the correct terminology?

• Are you sick of the wool being pulled over your eyes?

• Interested in learning more about Computer Networking from an experienced Network guy who understands what you need?

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let's talk

To arrange your FREE 15 minute session to discuss your upskilling needs just click the blue chat icon in the bottom right corner.

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schedule

Once we’ve identified your upskilling needs we can arrange a personalised session for a time and duration of your choosing.

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upskill time

We’ll have a one-to-one session that will be online, interactive, secure and recorded.

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payment

Special Launch Offer £47 £24 per hour

Meet James

James Clifford

Hi 👋 my name is James. I've worked for a lot of great companies and met some amazing people. The one common thread I have found is that Project Managers are always keen to learn about WHY we are implementing something and also HOW it works. I've always believed in freely sharing knowledge instead of the age old adage 'knowledge is power'. Because of that I have always made time to make sure everyone involved knew exactly what they needed to know to do their job and beyond.

Cisco Certified Professional (CCNP/CCDP)

Let’s take a look at what you’ll learn

With secure online one-on-one coaching, together we will reveal the fundamentals of it all – small, medium, enterprise Networks as well as the Internet

An initial chat about what you expect from me so I can tailor my flow to your needs

A look at the blueprints of networks – OSI & TCP/IP models

IP addressing & subnetting

Cisco devices & cabling

Network planning and designing process

The Internet and the World Wide Web (and why there’s a difference)

The future – Roads?! Where we’re going we don’t need … roads.

And lots more… check out the sample below