The Indiana Cisco Team is the certifying agency offering the following exam and certification:

CBLC – Cisco Beginning Level Certification

How does it work?

First, you must be a Cisco Network Academy. If you want to become an Academy visit Cisco Netacad Website, or contact one of the 3 Indiana ASCs directly to partner with an approved ASC.  Academies that wish to enroll in the Indiana Cisco Team Proctor program must identify at least one potential proctor, who then applies to become an approved Test Administrator through one of the Indiana Academy Support Centers (ASC). This process will allow your academy to administer proctored exams

How do I apply to become a Test Administrator?

  1. Review the Indiana Cisco Team Proctor Policies – PDF

  2. Review and accept the Indiana Cisco Team Proctor Agreement. – PDF

  3. Please contact one of the 3 Indiana ASCs directly to complete the application process. Your application will be reviewed by one of the 3 ASCs and if approved, your credentials along with program information will be sent to you.  

  4. After approval students will need to complete Candidate Agreement and academy will need to keep a log of test administered. - CA - Log

3 Indiana ASCs



The Indiana Cisco Team is a collaborative partnership between the Cisco ASCs (Academy Support Centers) in the state of Indiana.  The members of the team include representation from Vincennes University, Ivy Tech Community College, and Ball State University. 

Contact Information

Jaci Lee Lederman, MBA-ITM, PMP, CCISO
Associate Professor and Chair
Information Technology Department
Vincennes University
Dr. Ron J. Kovac
CICS Program
Ball State University
Ben Marrero
Assistant Professor / Department Chair
School of Information Technology
Ivy Tech Community College
Valparaiso Campus
Matt Gull
Assistant Professor / Department Chair
Information Technology and Business
Ivy Tech Community College – Warsaw
Greg Hirsch
Assistant Professor
Information Technology Department
Vincennes University