For those who are skilled at analyzing and troubleshooting today’s wireless LANs, the Certified Wireless Analysis Professional (CWAP) certification offers an opportunity to leap forward in your career. Do you have a mastery of operation and frame exchanges? Can you perform protocol and spectrum analyses? Are MAC layer frame formats right in your wheelhouse? Measure your skills and knowledge with this professional-level certification and get on track toward ultimately earning your Certified Wireless Network Expert (CWNE) certification. Those that pass the CWAP exam earn credit towards a CWNE certification.
What it takes to become a CWAP:
The CWAP certification is a professional level wireless LAN certification for the CWNP Program. To earn a CWAP certification, you must hold a current and valid CWNA credential. You must take the CWAP exam at a Pearson Vue Testing Center and pass with a 70% or higher. Instructors must pass with a 80% or higher. However you choose to prepare for the CWAP exam, you should start with the exam objectives, which cover the full list of skills tested on the exam. The CWAP certification is valid for three (3) years. To re-certify, you must have a current CWNA credential and pass the current CWAP exam. By passing the CWAP exam, your CWNA certificate will be renewed for another three years.
The main subject areas covered by CWAP
802.11 Physical (PHY) Layer Frame Formats and Technologies
802.11 MAC Layer Frame Formats and Technologies
802.11 Operation and Frame Exchanges
Spectrum Analysis and Troubleshooting
Protocol Analysis and Troubleshooting
CWAP-403 Exam Objectives
CWAP Exam Summary:
Exam Number: CWAP-403
Cost: $275.00 (USD) – Exam Voucher
Availability: Pearson Vue Testing Center
Duration: 120 Minutes
Questions: 60 multiple choice / multiple answer
Students who wish to take the CWAP-403 course and exam, must complete the have a valid CWNA certification.
If you have questions or concerns if this is the right course for you or your team, please contact us, we will be happy to have a call with the instructor prior to the course.