The CWNE training prepares you for the Certified Wireless Network Expert designation, which is the final step in the CWNP Program. The Certified Wireless Network Expert (CWNE) is the highest level certification in the CWNP program. It certifies the ability to design, install, secure, optimize and troubleshoot IEEE 802.11 wireless networks.
This certification assures that you have mastered all relevant skills to administer, install, configure, troubleshoot, and design wireless network systems. In addition, aspiring CWNE candidates will need to demonstrate a deep understanding of protocol analysis, intrusion detection and prevention, performance and QoS analysis, spectrum analysis and management and advanced design.
By successfully completing the CWNE requirements, you will have demonstrated that you have the most advanced skills available in today’s enterprise Wi-Fi market.
Candidates interested in applying to become a CWNE have often spent years training and working in the wireless industry have made significant accomplishments and contributions to the field. The intent of CWNE designation is to certify their advanced level of expertise.
CWNP has put in place a rigorous application process that requires candidates pass four certification exams, complete commercial wireless LAN deployments, and have three recommendations as well as a peer review by the CWNE Board of Advisors. Additionally, all CWNE certification holders must agree to the CWNE Code of Ethics linked below.