HTTP Services for the Hungarian Networking Academies

  • Developing and publishing educational materials for the CCNA Curricula to help for the instructors and students to learn CCNA in Hungarian language
    • Localization of the new Networking Academy Curriculums and publishing the localized curriculums on the Academy Connection website (only the consent and authority of Cisco Systems, Inc.)
    • Publishing Hungarian language aids and educational materials at the Hungarian NetAcad Portal (HTT Portal)
  • Helpdesk with continuous availability (e-mail and telephone) in connection of the CCNA courses or the academic-related members administration, and help for the Academies to get the necessary CCNA or other bundle sets.
  • Monthly newsletters for the instructors about the International and Hungarian Academy Program’s news, events, competitions, etc.
  • Offering free participation (except travel costs) for two instructors from the Local Academies at the annually held Cisco Networking Academy Day(s), organized by the HTTP Foundation.
  • Internet portal operations with the following services for the Cisco Networking Academic community:
    • In collaboration with Cisco Hungary Ltd. and it’s Hungarian and international colleagues, publishing Hungarian language news about the domestic and international events and trainings.
    • Offering direct communication channel from the Area Academy Manager (AAM) for the Regional and Local Academies.
    • News about the IT profession.
    • Community-professional forum for the Hungarian NetAcad students and instructors.
    • Hosting the educational materials.
    • CV bank and job portal for the certified NetAcad students.
    • Maintaining community communication interface (forum).
    • Instructor’s forum and blog option.
  • Organizing and manage annually at least one international professional competition (EuroSkills, WorldSkills) preparation and selection competition for the Hungarian NetAcad students.
  • Maintaining up-to-date Hungarian Networking Academy directory database about the courses, students, instructors and contact information at the Local and Regional Academies with the help of the HTTP Foundation’s web application.
  • Application advice about domestic and international training and exchange program management for the Local Academies, furthermore contributing in relationship building with international partner teachers and partner academies.
  • Cooperation with the Local Academies in instructor and adult training program organizations and promoting the Adult Education Programs (organized by the Local Academy) at the HTT Portal (the Hungarian NetAcad Portal).