PRLog - Jul. 21, 2012 - CRAMLINGTON, U.K. -- Having a workforce with the right technical skills is one piece in the jigsaw of success for a small company. Obviously sales, advertising and marketing play a large part too. All companies have an internal data network and a gateway to the Internet which is essential these days. As a company grows, so the network will grow with it and additional sites or branch offices will need to be integrated into the core of the network. Support and maintenance of local services is essential, so there is a need to ensure that company IT staff have the necessary knowledge and skills to provide that support and maintenance.
It is very easy in a downturn to batten down the hatches and do everything necessary to cut costs, which sometimes involves reducing the amount of training given to staff, including IT support staff. Although this is a common reaction to falling profits, if that company is to survive then it is imperative that the company is well placed to take advantage of the upturn when it eventually comes. Selecting the appropriate training courses and getting value for money for that training should be one of the priorities for companies hoping to rise up and play their part in rebuilding the economy.
NSTUK Ltd are to concentrate their efforts on providing a number of training courses concentrating on core IT networking and telecommunications skills, to be made available in the local area and surrounding areas. Many companies send employees away on training courses, thus incurring expense from hotel, travel and subsistence. We want to offer training on a customer’s own site, even reaching agreement between multiple companies to run courses on a single local site to make the training courses more cost effective. This may have the added benefit of bringing local companies together, which may result in future collaboration and joint tendering for projects normally outside the capabilities or budget of a single company.
NSTUK Ltd aim to offer cut-price training courses in a number of key areas:
Basic Data Networking with TCP/IP
Implementing Voice over IP networks with SIP
Understanding NGN (Next Generation Networks)
Network Infrastructure and Configuration Skills
David and his company, NSTUK Ltd are convinced that this project will enhance the skills and knowledge of employees in local companies, ensuring they are better placed to meet the demands of a growing economy when that time comes.
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