The 2015 Juniper Networks Academic Alliance RMIT Event provided staff and students with an opportunity to carry out Juniper Networks Junos/JNCIA training and certification.
The Juniper Networks Academic Alliance RMIT Event was held in July 2015 and provided over 120 RMIT staff and students with an opportunity to carry out Juniper Networks Junos/JNCIA training and certification. The video provides a review of the event from the organisers and participants.
The video features people talking to an off-screen interviewer or addressing students interspesed with scenes of student activity at the event.
Network Engineering Training Workshop
RMIT partnered with the Juniper Networks Academic Alliance team for a Junos/JNCIA training and certification workshop
Dr Mark Gregory [School of Electrical and Computer Engineering]: RMIT University is Australia’s oldest university in the fields of communication and network engineering. We’ve been offering a wide range of new and exciting network engineering courses since 2006. We’ve been working with industry partners, in particular Juniper Networks for many years to provide students with interesting and exciting opportunities to learn about future careers and network engineering.
Professor Mike Austin [School of Electrical and Computer Engineering]: We encourage industry involvement at RMIT, to enhance the student experience. A good example of this is working with Juniper Networks to introduce our students to network engineering and training.
Professor Tom Steiner [Science, Engineering and Health]: One thing you might not be aware of is this training program is it’s the first one that Juniper is running so it’s a really big first. The other thing I found out this morning which is fantastic is this is the largest training session that they’ve done with any university partner anywhere on the planet.
Student: I’m one of the new graduates from the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering from RMIT University. I’m really excited to get the opportunity to do the Juniper training course. I believe after doing this course it’ll help me to enhance my career.
Professor Tom Steiner: To this particular session what you’re going to be learning about is Juniper Networks, Junos Operating System. You’re also going to learn about networking fundamentals and basic routing and switching. Junos is the entry level credential required to continue onto advanced Juniper certifications.
Nicholas Xenos [Juniper Networks]: We are very, very happy to be here at RMIT, one of our great partners. This is the kind of collaborative event that we like to, where we can provide the industry input and industry relevance to the kind of studies that you’re doing so when you go out into the job market and as you’re more prepared with the kind of technology that’s out there, bringing all of this in, wrapping all of this up into a nice package.
Jean-Yves Empeigne [Juniper Networks]: I am the local representative for Juniper Networks here in Victoria and we are pleased to contribute to the learning and industry experience for the students at RMIT.
Nicholas Xenos: Juniper Academic Series is done in collaboration with our academic alliance partners. RMIT is one of those partners and to that end we are very, very happy to be able to provide this event which creates an enrichment of the student learning experience and also a foundation for what will prove useful to them as they go into the job market.
Voice over: And this is just the beginning.
Montage of Juniper branded networking infrastructure and people working in cleanroom environments.
It’s Time For A New Network
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