Irish Education

In partnership with TU Dublin, Cisco has mapped NetAcad content to the computing curriculum delivered by schools in Ireland at Level 3-6. Our goal is to support educators across Ireland with free access to a range of high-quality and up-to-date tools, courses, and resources.

The aim of this page is to:

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Becoming an Academy is 100% free and gives organisations access to a plethora of courses and resources, including virtual lab simulation tools, in a curriculum that spans cyber, networking, programming, and more. Benefits include:

Connecting to an Academy Support Centre  

As outlined above, becoming a Cisco Academy presents a range of benefits. An additional benefit is access to local support from Ireland's dedicated Academy Support Centre (ASC): TU Dublin. TU Dublin is here to provide broad community support as well as access to an extensive knowledge base.

This offer is open to schools, colleges, apprenticeship training providers, universities, and education focussed charities. In other words, as long as your organisation is not-for-profit; it should be eligible. 

To register you organisation to become a Cisco Academy you can follow this simple process: