MikroTik recognizes JE Mondejar College, Inc. as one of its MikroTik Academy in Asia
SIA MikroTik is a Latvian company which produces networking equipment and software for data network management purposes, internationally known with MikroTik RouterOS and RouterBOARD brands. http://www.mikrotik.com http://www.routerboard.com
RouterOS software and RouterBOARD routers are widely used to ensure numerous network management tasks in complex ISP and enterprise networks. Network engineers with a good knowledge in MikroTik RouterOS are being demanded by Internet Service Providers and System Integrators throughout the world. Currently they are trained by MikroTik Training courses. http://www.mikrotik.com/training/
Training into account that the demand for MikroTik Certified Engineers is constantly increasing, MikroTik is offering higher educational institutions the possibility to organize Networking classes using RouterOS as a learning tool. Students may obtain an internationally recognized certificate (MTCNA) that confirms their academic credentials.
With the goal of expanding RouterOS learning capabilities by launching the MikroTik Academy Program, MikroTik officially recognized JE Mondejar Computer College, Inc. as one of its MikroTik Academies in Asia..
As a MikroTik Academy, JE Mondejar Computer College, Inc. as tasked to incorporate MikroTik Technologies in its curricula specifically in the networking aspect and to conduct training for those interested to be certified in any of the following MikroTik certifications namely MikroTik Certified Network Associate (MTCNA), MikroTik Certified Routing Engineer (MTCRE) and MikroTik Certified User Management Engineer (MTCCUME)
Along with the MikroTik Academy recognition, Mr. Warlito Tagadan Baya of JE Mondejar Computer College, Inc. is certified as Academy Trainer after successfully completed the appropriate trainings and certification requirements specifically MTCNA, MTCRE & MTCUME. The team of Engr. Roy Lopez Pamitalan, a pioneering certified MikroTik Academy Trainer of the Philippines conducted the training of trainers that lasted for a week after which certification examinations followed.