04-15-2010 05:09 AM
You need to be associated with / work for a Juniper Training partner. To become a JNCI you will need to sit the basic class from one of the different training tracks (JUNOS, Netscreen, SSL, WX etc). You will need to pass the appropriate JNCIA exam. And last but not least there is a 1 day instructor exam where you will have to teach 2 modules from the basic course in that track.
You only have to do the JNIPE once, for other courses you need to sit the course and pass any related exam for that course (JNCIA/JNCIS).
Hope this answers your question,
04-22-2010 05:17 AM
We are a Select J-Partner based in Paraguay, South America. How can we become a Juniper Training partner?
Besides the Spanish language issue, our clients can only take the trainings in other countries, so we are committed to give official Juniper courses in Paraguay. Is there any requirement to teach in Spanish?
04-22-2010 07:14 AM
I checked into this with Juniper. I was told that to take the instructor exam you must first be employed by a certified teaching facility. If you are not working for one of the (I believe three, plus Juniper itself) facilities you can't take the exam.
06-29-2010 07:15 PM
If anyone is interested in becoming a Juniper Certified Instructor, I can assist with that. I work for a company that is looking to expand its Juniper Instructor staff and are always on the look out for qualified candidates. If you wish to pursue this please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
01-08-2012 12:52 PM
Nice to know that you can assist, actually I am interested to become Juniper Certified Instructor, so that we can be benefit to society and in return my skills also remain abreast of the competion.
I am JNCIS-SEC and JNCIA-EX, JNCIS-FWV and JNCIA-M/T series, I am pursuing to get through JNCIP-SEC.
Kindly advise how to become JNCI for one or Multiple area of skills mentioned above.
Is it possible if any Training Center is pursuing to become a Authorized Training Center and nominate that I will be Juniper Certified Instructor for them?