Information & Communications
Technology
Speaker Name Louis D’Alessandro
Academy Support and Instructor Training Centers Director
April 4, 2014
The Internet of Everything
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sd2OfjkxrU3Ml4UbaO2UOeHS_hn0aucX
April 4, 2014
All are Internet & Network Centric
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All are Internet & Network Centric
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The Way We Live, Work, Play and Learn
“The Internet is literally changing
every aspect of our lives and is
no longer confined to just
business. The Internet is
pervasive and being felt in the
way people work, live, play and
learn.”
John Chambers
Cisco CEO
Comdex 1999
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NORTH AMERICA
2.2 Billion
Networked Devices
WESTERN EUROPE
2.3 Billion
Networked Devices
CENTRAL/EASTERN EUROPE
902 Million
Networked Devices
JAPAN
727 Million
Networked Devices
LATIN AMERICA
1.3 Billion
Networked Devices
MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA
1.3 Billion
Networked Devices
ASIA PACIFIC
5.8 Billion
Networked Devices
Source: Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI) Global IP Traffic Forecast, 2010–2015
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The Need for Skilled Professionals Is Expected to Show Continued Growth
U.S. ICT Occupation Projections
Employment
Change
2008
2018
Increase
%
Computer Support Specialists
565,700
643,700
78,000
14.0
Computer Systems Analysts
532,200
640,300
108,100
20.0
Network and Computer Systems Administrators
339,500
418,400
78,900
23.0
Network Systems/Data Communications Analysts
292,000
447,800
155,800
53.0
Computer and Information Systems Managers
293,000
342,500
49,500
17.0
Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, www.bls.gov/oco/oco20024.htm
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Employment
Change
2008
2018
#
%
Average
Annual
Openings
Computer Support Specialists
19,115
23,302
4,187
21.9
948
18,840
Computer Systems Analysts
36,518
47,978
11,460
31.4
1,933
35,030
Network and Computer Systems
Administrators
18,407
25,626
7,219
39.2
1,029
18,460
Network Systems and Data
Communications Analysts
16,981
28,651
11,670
68.7
1,472
13,650
Computer and Information Systems
Managers
12,726
16,179
3,453
27.1
552
12,320
Virginia Occupation Projections
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Occupational
Employment
as of May 20092
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United States and Virginia
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• Cisco Networking Academy courses
provide the skills needed to meet
the demand with comprehensive,
consistently delivered learning
• Students prepare for entry-level
career opportunities, continuing
education, and industry-recognized
certifications
• For more information visit
www.netacad.com
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Cisco Networking Academy
Cisco CSR program since 1997
Sales Influence
Cisco developed ICT curriculum used by
educational organizations to equip
learners with skills needed to design,
build, maintain, and secure computer
networks.
Each year, Networking Academy’s
innovative, blended learning model
prepares over 200,000 students in the U.S.
for successful careers in ICT.
Cisco
CSR
WhatAll do
you For internal purposes only. Confidential.
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A global information and communications technology (ICT)
education program
Teaches students how to design, build, troubleshoot, and secure
computer networks
Provides increased access to career and economic opportunities
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Cisco leverages its expertise in
ICT and networking to develop
courses delivered through
public-private partnerships
Students attend courses at
local schools and educational
institutions throughout the
United States and Canada
Students Gain Critical Skills
Students Prepare for
• Technical
• Business
• 21st century soft skills
• Entry-level careers
• Industry-recognized
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certifications
• Entrepreneurship
• Further education
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Impact Since 1997
COUNTRIES WORLDWIDE
165
STUDENTS WORLDWIDE
4 Million +
ACADEMIES WORLDWIDE
10,000 +
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INSTRUCTORS WORLDWIDE
20,000 +
ONLINE EXAMS TAKEN
100 Million +
LANGUAGES
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Canada
Wadih Zaatar
Central and Mountain
Clydene Stangvik
WA
MT
OR
ME
ND
ID
MN
SD
WY
WI
VT
NH
NY MA
MI
RI
CT
NV
CA
UT
AZ
West
John Bjerke
Plus
national
initiatives
NE
CO
KS
OK
NM
IA
IL
AK
OH
KY
NC
TN
NE & OH Valley
Marie Zwickert
SC
AR
AL
NJ
MD, DC
WV VA
MO
MS
TX
IN
PA
GA
LA
FL
South
Jessie Pagan, Jr.
HI
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United States and Virginia
U.S.
Virginia
1,035,524
28,529
151,231
4,397
15%
16%
Active Institutions Partnering with Cisco
1,935
61
Active Academy Instructors
3,693
110
Congressional Districts Participating
425 of 436
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In-Kind Contribution Value since inception
$460.48 M
$13.4 M
Academy Students since inception
Active Academy Students
Active Female Students
Quarterly Metrics as of 10.31.12
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Students
4,397
Female students
13%
28,529
Distinct cumulative students (successfully completing at least one course)
Instructors
131
Academies
70
Education level
(students/academies at more than one
education level are counted proportionately)
Secondary Schools
Community
Colleges
Universities
Other 2
Students
49%
34%
15%
2%
Academies
59%
33%
4%
4%
ITE
CCNA 1, 2
CCNA 3, 4
Advanced
Technologies /
Other 4
Students
31%
66%
21%
2%
Academies
43%
76%
64%
17%
Curricula 3
(students/academies that take/teach multiple
curricula are counted more than once)
In-kind contribution value 5 (est. cumulative value to academies, including donations and discounts)
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$12,111,153
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Instructor
Training
Center
Academy
Support
Center
NetAcad
Resource
Program
Cisco
Academy
Students
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ROUTE:
Implementing
IP Routing
SWITCH:
Implementing IP
Switched Networks
Connecting
Networks
TSHOOT:
Troubleshooting
and Maintaining
IP Networks
Scaling Networks
Routing and
Switching
Essentials
Network
Professional
Intro to Networks
Network
Specialist
Health
Information
Network
IT Essentials:
PC Hardware
and Software
Network
Associate
Network
Technician
CCNA
Security
IT
Essentials
IT Technician
CCNP
CCNA
Security
CCNA
Routing &
Switching
HIN
PACKET TRACER
Student Networking Knowledge and Skills
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Cisco Networking Academy®
Courses Align with Globally Recognized Certifications
CompTIA
A+
IT
Essentials
CCNA
CCENT
CCNA
CCNA
R&S
CCNA
Security
CCNP
CCNA
Security
CCNP
Student Networking Knowledge and Skills
Cisco Networking Academy®
Courses with Embedded Rich Media Learning Activities
Cisco Networking Academy®
Practical Application of Learned Skills
Integrated into the Online Curricula
Cisco Networking Academy®

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
Research-driven design, ongoing process and quality monitoring
Complex activities, simulations and assessments
Scalable, online delivery system available 24/7
Rich feedback supporting students, instructors and curricula
Tools enable instructors to create their own performance-based assessments
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Cisco Networking Academy®



ICT skills and knowledge open a world of possibilities for students
looking to gain a competitive edge
Students can be successful in a wide range of networking careers
right now and in future technology areas
Students can create a higher standard of living for themselves,
their families, and their communities
Cisco Networking Academy®
• ICT and networking careers exist in every industry: financial services,
fashion, entertainment, healthcare, and more
• Virtually no limits — nearly every organization relies on ICT for success
Television
Entertainment
Education
Gaming
Green Tech
Healthcare
Gov’t/Finance
Security
Cisco Networking Academy®
Technology
Skills
21st Century
Skills
Entrepreneurial
Skills
What You Learn
How You Learn
How You Think
• Networking
• Collaboration
• Mindset
• Security
• Community
• Innovative thinking
• Wireless
• Communication
• Basic computing
• Problem-solving
• Personal and social
responsibility
• Configuration
• Initiative-taking
• Business management
Cisco Networking Academy®

Online games help students practice networking
concepts in a fun and collaborative environment

Global student competitions (World Skills, NetRiders)
allow students to test and showcase their skills
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Cisco Networking Academy®
Academies receive…
For…
Curriculum
Free
Labs & lab keys, presentations
Free
LMS (Rosters, online exams, certs, etc)
Free
Helpdesk 24/7, email/chat/phone
Free
Simulation software, games
Free
Equipment
65% off GPL* / via CCW
SmartNET
60% off GPL* / via CCW
Software upgrades, TAC support
Free
Exam Discount Vouchers
50% off Vue price**
Monthly Instructor IPD by Technical Marketing
Free
Cisco Networking Academy®
Curricula and
Assessments
Gaming
in Education
Social Media as
a Learning Tool
Entrepreneurial
Skills
SimulationBased Learning
• Highly interactive
online courses
engage students
and enhance
learning
Cisco Aspire
game integrates
virtual worlds,
competition,
levels and scoring
to help students
learn while they
are having fun
Students connect
and collaborate
with others on
Facebook, Twitter,
and Academy
NetSpace, to
continue learning
outside the
classroom
Passport21 to
Entrepreneurship
provides a series of
case studies and
Cisco Packet
Tracer activities
that expose
students to
business, financial
and 21st century
skills
Cisco Packet
Tracer provides
virtual networks to
supplement lab
equipment,
expanding student
capabilities
without requiring
additional physical
equipment
expenditures
• Online
assessments
provide immediate,
feedback on
student strengths
and weaknesses
A bridge between Cisco Partners and a pipeline of ICT talent.
Led by
Engaging with
Cisco Channel Partners
Cisco Academies
•
Connect with local academies
•
Invest in students and program
with development opportunities
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•
Agree to work with Channel
Partners
•
Respond with input and access
to students
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Academies
•
•
•
•
Visibility into future workforce
Builds ICT Talent Pipeline
(#1 concern for them)
Contributes to local workforce
development and economy
Establishes social
responsibility recognition for
partners
•
•
•
•
•
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Connection to local business
community
Contributes to value and
relevance of program
Enables student experiences
beyond the classroom
Prepares students to be
career-ready
Connects students to hiring
channels
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Cisco Networking Academy®
Cisco Networking Academy®
An Academy Graduate with Success at an Early Age
Stephen Lynch Bachelor of Science in Applied Information Technology & CCIE
“Taking the academy courses was the best decision I ever made. It has
defined my career, my future, and my life.”
“It motivates me to continue my education and broaden my skill set. Academy
students are exactly what companies like ABS Technology Architects are
looking for. I hope I can encourage someone else in the same way Cory and
Trent have encouraged me.”
Cisco Networking Academy®
 Information Security
 Database Technology and Programming
 Networking and Telecommunications
 Web Development and Multimedia
 Health Care
ICT for You:
http://www.cisco.com/web/learning/netacad/uscan/ictforyou.html
Cisco Networking Academy®
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