The Certified Wireless Network Professional (CWNP) Program is the industry standard for vendor-neutral wireless network certification and training. CWNP certifications set you apart in the IT industry, and proves you have the skills to work with today's most complex enterprise 802.11 wireless networks. IT professionals in over 140 countries have achieved CWNP certification in how to make wireless networks more secure, cost-effective and reliable.
All CWNP exams are vendor-neutral and are approved for reimbursement under the GI Bill as a Licensing and Certification program.
Candidates who sit for and successfully pass CWNP exams can receive the following certifications:
CWNP exams measure your ability to perform specific real-world job functions and provide a valid and reliable measure of technical proficiency and expertise with wireless LANs.
CWTS The CWTS® certification will get you started in your IT career by ensuring you have a solid base of enterprise Wi-Fi knowledge. CWTS is the entry level certification for the CWNP program.
CWNA The CWNA® (Certified Wireless Network Administrator) certification is a foundation level wireless LAN certification for the CWNP Program.
CWSP The CWSP® (Certified Wireless Security Professional) certification will advance your career by ensuring you have the skills to successfully secure wireless networks from hackers.
CWDP The CWDP® (Certified Wireless Design Professional) certification will advance your career by ensuring you have the skills to successfully design enterprise Wi-Fi networks for a variety of different applications, deployments, and environments, no matter which brand of Wi-Fi gear your organization deploys.
CWAP The CWAP® (Certified Wireless Analysis Professional) certification proves that you have the packet level expertise required to analyze and troubleshoot the most complex 802.11 systems.
CWNE The CWNE® (Certified Wireless Network Expert®) credential is the final step in the CWNP Program. By successfully completing the CWNE requirements, you will have demonstrated that you have the most advanced skills available in today’s wireless LAN market.