Become part of Networking Academy to make every class a success story.
A GLOBAL COMMUNITY of like-minded educators
Access a community of educators, employers, support and training partners, and governments that contribute to our curriculum, share ideas and best practices, and connect students to opportunities.
CURRICULUM built for the classroom, powered by the cloud
Comprehensive and flexible curriculum based on the latest advances in the industry, along with resources to help teach, and available at no cost to most institutions. All delivered over our education platform, NetAcad.com.
Backed by training, support and PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Instructors get professional experience, professional development, and, professional recognition.In a recent survey, 97.2% of educators reported their involvement with Networking Academy improved their teaching and professional growth and 85.2% said the program helped broaden their career.
Aligned to industry recognized CERTIFICATIONS
Certification validates skills and knowledge which is why many of our courses align to industry recognized certifications and can be included into degree or vocational programs.
Offering exclusive CAREER OPPORTUNITIES and resources for your students
Landing a meaningful job is the end-game.We provide a wealth of resources from significant discounts on certification exams, career-preparation webinars, to our exclusive matching engine that pairs hiring employers with qualified students.
Leverage the Cisco brand to GROW ENROLLMENT in your technical programs
As the leader in networking technology, you benefit from our expertise and global recognition. Partnered with us, you are on the cutting edge of industry breakthroughs on knowledge and network.
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How Networking Academy helped these institutions
"I began my studies at Odisee University, and after my first year, I saw that I liked it. The program offers coding, networking, and many other options, so you can decide for yourself what you like most."
Diana Radueva, student, Odisee University College
"We need an educational model that can serve students with more diverse —and not necessarily technical —backgrounds. Mentorship and collaboration are incredibly important, especially when the training is an entirely new area for a student."
Mike Simoens, entrepreneur active in Calgary’s nonprofit community