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Bev Facey High School Rules NetRiders Competition

Alberta, BC - Bev Facey High School qualifies 5 teams out 6 in Cisco's Netrider competition to move onto the provincial championship to be held online.  The first place team from Alberta will move onto the International Competition. Congratulations to the following students who qualify for the provincial championships: Kurt Sletten, Brandon Holm, Cassidy Adam, Logan Sheptycki, Nicholas Borle, Nathan Mueller,Matt Craner, Mark Ried,Brenann Waters, and Mackenzie Giffen.

About NetRiders:

Cisco Networking Academy NetRiders competitions utilize Cisco's Web 2.0 technologies to create an interactive networking skills contest that enhances classroom learning, unites students from across the world, and promotes further technology education and training. Organized by Cisco, these competitions are a great opportunity for Networking Academy students to learn valuable Networking/IT skills through a series of online exams and simulation activities using Cisco Packet Tracer.

Competitions are offered for students currently or recently enrolled in a Cisco Networking Academy course. Some regions also offer NetExcellence competitions for their Networking Academy instructors. Competition structures, curriculum content, and schedules differ for each region.