By earning the Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA™) credential, network engineers and administrators demonstrate that they have the skills necessary to administer, install, configure, and troubleshoot wireless network systems.
|The CWNA certification is appropriate for:
- Systems & Network Admins
- Systems & Network Engineers
- Systems & Network Analysts
- Technical Support
- Implementation Engineers
- Technical Consultants
- Network Architects
Wireless Certification is an excellent supplement to your existing networking
expertise or certifications.
The CWNA exam consists of 60 multiple choice, multiple answer, and True/False questions, delivered randomly. The scope of an individual's understanding of wireless LAN networking will be evident if they achieve a passing score on the exam due to the diversity and complexity of the exam. The exam covers a broad range of knowledge and even gets down to some distinct level of detail in some areas. The skills and knowledge measured by this examination are derived from a survey of wireless networking experts and professionals. The results of this survey were used in weighing the subject areas and ensuring that the weighting is representative of the relative importance of the content.
By obtaining the CWNA Certification you are gaining immediate recognition as a individual on the edge, leading the way in technology's fastest growing sector. There is no other certification in the wireless industry -period. This guarantees that your certification will continue to allow you upward mobility within the industry for years to come!
The CWNA™ certification covering the 2002 objectives will certify that successful candidates know the fundamentals of RF behavior, can describe the features and functions of wireless LAN components, and have the skills needed to install, configure, and troubleshoot wireless LAN hardware peripherals and protocols. A typical candidate should have Network+, CCNA, CNA, or MCP certification or equivalent knowledge, although these certifications are not required.