New Certified Wireless Network Administrator Training Course from Train Signal!

Just released from the team at Train Signal and certified instructor Ed Liberman (CWNA) is their new CWNA – Certified Wireless Network Administrator Training. This is the Only Authorized CWNA Video Training course available!  If you want to develop hands-on experience with wireless networking and administration, then this nearly 14 hour video training course is for you.

You’ll learn how to administer, secure, and maintain your wireless network, while at the same time learning everything you need to know to pass the PWO-104 CWNA exam.   Plus, you’ll receive training on real-world, hands-on wireless networking scenarios that you won’t find anywhere else.

Be sure to check out the video above to learn more about Train Signal’s CWNA Training.

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