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From the forums: What?s the best online training company for updating my CNE?

A TechRepublic member posted a question in the Training Forum about updating CNE certifications, and if you can help, you could earn 100 TechPoints.


You’re not alone. Your fellow TechRepublic members the world over face many of the same challenges you do every day. So when you need advice, but you don’t want to ask the person who sits down the hall, post a question in the TechRepublic forums.

That’s what TechRepublic member Icosgrove did. If you can help answer Icosgrove’s question, you could earn 100 TechPoints. (To find out how many TechPoints you have, click the My TechPoints link in our left navigation bar.)

Updating a CNE
Here’s the question TechRepublic member Icosgrove posted: “I am currently looking to update my CNE certification. There are so many options out there that I am not sure which route I should go. I'd be interested in finding out the success rate of passing certification exams—classroom versus online training. Also, which online training company has the best reputation and gives you the most for your money?”

If you have experience with classroom-based training or online training for Novell certifications, follow this link to post your solution in the Training forum. Icosgrove will review the answers and decide who should receive the 100 TechPoints that are up for grabs.

Help shape the future of the TrainingRepublic
How can you get exactly what you want from TechRepublic? By becoming a member of TrainingRepublic's Virtual Advisory Board, you can share your opinions about the kinds of topics and features you need for career success in the IT support community. As a volunteer Virtual Advisory Board member, your responsibilities include:
  1. Advising TechRepublic editors on topics of interest to you.
  2. Evaluating new features of TechRepublic.com.
  3. Helping develop our community of IT training professionals in addressing the concerns we all face.
We are currently accepting applications for a limited number of volunteer openings. If you’re interested, please apply now by sending us an e-mail.We'll send you an application and more details about how our volunteer advisory board will work. This is your opportunity to play a pivotal role in making TechRepublic.com a better resource for IT career success.


 

You’re not alone. Your fellow TechRepublic members the world over face many of the same challenges you do every day. So when you need advice, but you don’t want to ask the person who sits down the hall, post a question in the TechRepublic forums.

That’s what TechRepublic member Icosgrove did. If you can help answer Icosgrove’s question, you could earn 100 TechPoints. (To find out how many TechPoints you have, click the My TechPoints link in our left navigation bar.)

Updating a CNE
Here’s the question TechRepublic member Icosgrove posted: “I am currently looking to update my CNE certification. There are so many options out there that I am not sure which route I should go. I'd be interested in finding out the success rate of passing certification exams—classroom versus online training. Also, which online training company has the best reputation and gives you the most for your money?”

If you have experience with classroom-based training or online training for Novell certifications, follow this link to post your solution in the Training forum. Icosgrove will review the answers and decide who should receive the 100 TechPoints that are up for grabs.

Help shape the future of the TrainingRepublic
How can you get exactly what you want from TechRepublic? By becoming a member of TrainingRepublic's Virtual Advisory Board, you can share your opinions about the kinds of topics and features you need for career success in the IT support community. As a volunteer Virtual Advisory Board member, your responsibilities include:
  1. Advising TechRepublic editors on topics of interest to you.
  2. Evaluating new features of TechRepublic.com.
  3. Helping develop our community of IT training professionals in addressing the concerns we all face.
We are currently accepting applications for a limited number of volunteer openings. If you’re interested, please apply now by sending us an e-mail.We'll send you an application and more details about how our volunteer advisory board will work. This is your opportunity to play a pivotal role in making TechRepublic.com a better resource for IT career success.


 

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