Cisco trainer offers courses via iPod

CCBOOTCAMP, a developer of training tools for Cisco network certification, has developed a self-paced training program that is delivered via an iPod Touch to combat the lack of travel budgets and impossibilities of missing work for training.

The program is called iCOD -- internetworking Class On Demand. The iCOD packages include:8GB iPod Touch pre-loaded with instructor led trainingCCBOOTCAMP offers iCOD training kits for Cisco CCNA, CCNA Security, CCNA Voice, CCNP, and CCSP.

Official Cisco Course Curriculum -- the same books used in onsite classes

Complete lesson guide

Five 8-hour sessions of remote rack access

Dedicated instructor mentoring

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