Introduction to the Internet of Things

Bromley Libraries



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Take advantage of our free self-paced, introductory e-courses to improve your digital skills or even to take your first steps on the path to becoming an IT professional. Our e-learning offer in partnership with Cisco Networking Academy provides a flexible way for you to learn at a time and a location that suits you. 

To self-enrol on the ‘The Internet of Things (IoT)’ course: please fill in your email address and submit to proceed with registration with Cisco Networking Academy. 

Course summary:

The Introduction to IoT course provides an overview of key concepts and challenges related to digital transformation. The course examines the evolution of the internet and how the interconnection of people, processes, data, and things is transforming every industry.

Learn how digital transformation turns information into action, creating unprecedented economic opportunity.


  • Understand how the IoT brings together operational technology and information technology systems.
  • Discover how business processes for evaluating and solving problems are being transformed.
  • Learn about the security concerns that must be considered when implementing IoT solutions.
  • Practice what you learn using Cisco Packet Tracer, a network configuration simulation tool.
  • Connect to the global Cisco Networking Academy community.


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Where you can complete this course:

Introduction to IoT


30+ hours



On a library computer*


On your own device using library Wi-Fi


Over the internet at home



*This course contains a lab element – Cisco Packet Tracer - which will not run over the library firewall. The course will run on your own device using library Wi-Fi or over the internet at home.

Course Details


Introduction to IoT (English - 2.02)

02 Mar 2022 - 03 Mar 2023

Barbara Hall

Provides an overview of key concepts and challenges related to digital transformation.

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