Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA) - Part 1

Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA) - Part 1

Stone River eLearning
Updated Jun 20, 2024

What you'll learn

  • Understand the roles and responsibilities of Wi-Fi governing bodies
  • Learn about the wireless standards set by IEEE and Wi-Fi Alliance
  • Understand the radio frequency bands, properties and behaviors
  • Measure wireless signals
  • Learn about antenna types, gains and installation techniques
  • Understand the Wi-Fi communications process
  • Troubleshoot a deployed Wi-Fi network
  • Learn the best practices for a Wi-Fi architecture
  • Understand the Wi-Fi security standards
  • Conduct accurate site surveys
Course Description

Course Overview

The Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA) course is a foundation level course covering the fundamentals of enterprise Wi-Fi network administration. The course is based on the curriculum for the CWNA certification by CWNP. The course helps the students to achieve the most sought after Wi-Fi skills and knowledge which help the students to grow their careers in the field of wireless networking.

The ultimate goal of the Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA) course is to enable the candidates to gain the Wi-Fi expertise required to effectively administer an enterprise Wi-Fi network. The course also covers all of the exam topics of the CWNA-107 exam required to achieve the CWNA certification. The course includes hands-on and real-world case studies to help the students implement the learnt concepts in their daily jobs. More advanced topics such as Wi-Fi design, security and troubleshooting are also an integral part of the course.

Target Audience

  • Candidates seeking CWNA certification
  • Candidates working as network administrators
  • Candidates working as Wi-Fi support engineers
  • Candidates looking to increase their knowledge of wireless networking
  • Candidates working as wireless network design and security consultants



The candidates opting for this course are required to have a good understanding of wired and wireless networking.

Secondly, the candidates are also required to be familiar with networking protocols such as TCP/IP etc.