Cisco Tips & Tricks

October 17, 2008

Mobile CCIE Routing and Switching Labs

Filed under: ccie — ciscotips @ 9:08 am

Cisco has introduced the mobile lab program to provide candidates greater access to Lab testing while greatly reducing travel time and expenses. Mobile CCIE Labs provide a convenient and cost-effective method for candidates to test for CCIE Routing and Switching in areas which do not have permanent lab locations.

The Mobile CCIE Lab reduces the need for costly travel, hotel, passport, and visa fees, missed days of work and the need to leave the country to take the CCIE Lab exam.

Scheduled Mobile Lab Location: Scheduled Dates:
Karachi, Pakistan Oct 13-17
Cairo, Egypt Oct 26-30
Istanbul, Turkey Nov 3-7
Johannesburg, South Africa Nov 24-28

 

Map of Cisco Lab Locations and proposed Mobile Labs

 

Proposed Mobile Lab Locations: Proposed Dates:
Seoul, Korea Dec ’08
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Jan‘09
Shanghai, China Jan‘09
Moscow, Russia Jan, Apr, Jul, Sep ‘09
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Mar ‘09
Belgrade, Serbi Mar‘09
Kiev, Ukraine Mar & Apr‘09
Osaka, Japan Apr & Jul‘09
New Delhi, India May ‘09
Jakarta, Indonesia May‘09
Chi Min City, Vietnam Jun ‘09
Johannesburg, South Africa Jun ‘09
Amman, Jordan Aug ‘09
Mexico City, Mexico Aug ‘09
Singapore Aug ‘09
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5 Comments »

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