The CCNA Video Certification is being retired. The last day to test for the CCNA Video certification will be September 17, 2015. No new certifications will be issued beginning September 18, 2015. Candidates should review the Certification Exam Migration announcement to determine the transition path to CCNA Collaboration certification.
Audiovisual professionals working with traditional analog solutions, can extend their skills into a Video-over-IP networked video environment with our Cisco Certified Network Associate Video (CCNA Video) certification. This certification track is a job-role-focused training and certification program for video and collaboration products. You will learn to deploy video end-points, set-up new users, and operate networked video solutions.
Voice and networking professionals with CCNA Voice certification can also benefit from this training and extend their career into video networking.
Exams & Recommended Training
|Required Exam(s)||Recommended Training|
||Implementing Cisco Video Network Devices, Part 1 (VIVND1)
Implementing Cisco Video Network Devices, Part 2 (VIVND2)
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