LAN3 has developed a Training Academy, based in the Oxfordshire HQ, where customers are trained how to utilise and administer their wired and wireless infrastructures, to maximum potential.
All training courses utilise lab-based networking equipment, to deliver the beneficial practical element to the written coursework. LAN3's principal trainer is able to deliver real world examples for the subject matter, which has proved very popular to our delagates (all too often training courses are delivered by people, who are trained to deliver a slide-deck, but don't have the real-world experience of deploying and working with the technologies). LAN3 training courses receive very favourable feedback, due to the trainers' experience of deploying the technologies many times, in different environments.
As one of just a few authorised Aerohive Training Centres (ATC's) in the UK, attendees, at the end of the course, have the opportunity to sit an accredited exam and walk away with a professional qualification.
The Extreme Essentials course teaches the necessary skills for a network administrator to manage an Extreme network. Practical hands-on labs provide a platform for delegates to put into action recently taught theory. Delegates leave confident in their abilities to configure and optimise their own Extreme network.
LAN3 has been delivering specialist networking training from its Oxfordshire head office for six years. Each course is delivered by LAN3's Senior Network Consultant, Neil Harrison, who has dozens of network installs under his belt, and has been designing and administering networks for nearly three decades.
LAN3 is the only Aerohive reseller in Europe who is credited as an official Aerohive Traning Centre (ATC), meaning those who attend our training have the opportunity to walk away with official certifications, and letters after their name.
LAN3 has invested heavily in its Traning Centre (and seperate Demo Suite), where hands-on labs are delivered, and networking theory can be put into practice in a controlled environment.
"The practical elements were relevant to real-world scenarios. An excellent course - thank you."