- Search Graduate Jobs
- Browse Employers
- Accounting and advisory
- Environment and agriculture
- Banking and financial services
- Government and public services
- Charity, social work and volunteering
- Construction and property services
- Human resources
- IT and communications
- Creative arts and culture
- Education and training
- Mining, oil and gas
- Energy and utilities
- Retail and consumer goods
- Engineering, R&D and manufacturing
- Transport and logistics
- Entertainment, travel and hospitality
- Top 100
- Further Study
- Log in
- Sign up
Training & Personal Development at Cisco
- Average rating for Training, based on 26 reviews9.1 / 10
Please describe the training programmes at your company and tell us what skills you've picked up.
Certification Training. Soft-skills training. Customer meetings and white boarding skills.
Cisco will kick off the year with our Global Sales kick off either run locally in Sydney for Australia/New Zealand or in Las Vegas. Outside of the annual sales kick off Cisco also regularly holds video training per quarter and each team individually will create training schedules in accordance to roles and requirements.
Less than a year in my role, I've been provided ITIL training, presentation and facilitation training, and negotiation and influence training.
Graduate, St. Leonards
through the graduate program there were 3 formal months of training, along with the opportunity to shadow and learn from day to day activities of others.
Entry level, Sydney
Intensive sales training from across the world, including board members of major companies, I.T security specialists and top sales coaches.
I can say that Cisco is one of the best companies that you can get trainings. They care about employee's learning process and make sure that they are always up to date with recent technologies.
My first year in the company was training, it involved everything from - Presentation Skills - Executive presence - Sales methodologies - Technology courses (CCDA/CCNA) - Etiquette - Etc.