With train-the-trainer underway, the CDCMP™ is set to prove popular at the Hong Kong college, whose focus is on delivering high quality professional educational programmes to enhance skills and qualifications within the industry. The first programme is scheduled to commence in mid-December.
HKCE is highly respected; over 20,000 students have graduated since it was established by a group of professional engineers less than 20 years ago. In addition to students attending the college for training, tutors also work with Government departments to deliver seminars and undertake in house training for major organisation within the public and private sector.
The CDCMP™ training equips data centre professionals to substantially improve operational efficiency, by understanding key management fundamentals relevant to data centre operations. The qualification begins with an initial three day core module, which upon successful completion, awards an individual with Certified Data Centre Management (CDCM™). Following the core module are four specialist one day modules focusing on the key areas of Auditing, Physical, Strategies and Compliance. Upon completion of the seven day program successful delegates are awarded with the Certified Data Centre Management Professional (CDCMP™), a BTEC level 5 qualification.
CNet already deliver their data centre portfolio of training throughout the world. Designed to provide a modular approach and perfectly progress with the career progression of professionals within the industry, the entire portfolio has proved to be perfect for all. The attraction of starting at base level with high quality training and allowing individuals to choose their preferred career path and fit further training to it, plus, the ability to gain both industry and internationally recognised qualifications along the way, means CNet’s services have been in demand by thousands.
Andrew Stevens comments, “We are proud to be working with HKCE to deliver our popular CDCMP™ professional training programme and believe it is our commitment to continued programme development that enhances our reputation for delivering exceptional quality training. Our train-the-trainer is going exceptionally well and we look forward to contributing towards the education and qualifications of data centre professionals within Hong Kong.”
To complement their existing data centre portfolio, CNet has an exciting plan for the roll out of three new certifications;
Andrew adds, “The data centre industry is certainly an exciting industry to be in, there are opportunities for all to further their education and evolve with the industry as it continues to unfold across the globe.”
For more information on CNet’s data centre training portfolio, or other networking and IP communications programmes, see www.cnet-training.com or www.cdcdp.com.