CNet Training, a specialist in technical education for the data centre and network infrastructure sectors, has released new industry approved technical education programmes for data centre professionals.
The new and upgraded high level programmes utilise advanced teaching methods that allow the classroom learning to be undertaken in five days. This new format has been applied to the following programmes from The Global Digital Infrastructure Education Framework, and to all delivery locations across the world:
Certified Data Centre Management Professional (CDCMP)
Learn how to maximise operation capability and achieve effective operational management of a data centre facility.
Certified Data Centre Design Professional (CDCDP)
Learn how to scope, plan and implement a data centre design utilising best practices and applicable standards across the key data centre infrastructures.
Certified Data Centre Energy Professional (CDCEP)
Become an expert in data centre energy management. Learn how to create an energy efficiency plan for your data centre. Includes creation, implementation, analysis and formulating recommendations with the ultimate objective of reducing energy use and carbon emissions.
Certified Data Centre Audit Professional (CDCAP)
Learn how to plan and implement a data centre audit. Including the audit process and analysis of the audit data to verify the status of the data centre, includes making detailed and structured recommendations to establish an action plan to improve the operational capability to support the business needs.
The five-day format requires some pre-class reading which is fully supported by a dedicated and experienced tutor who is accessible for learners should they wish to talk through any elements, or require clarification as they study the pre-class material.
Successful completion of the programmes awards official certification and an internationally recognised qualification, and CNet remain the only industry dedicated technical education provider in the world to award such accolades.
Andrew Stevens, CNet’s CEO commented: “We have been trialling the upgraded format with customers across the world over the last 24 months and it has been very well received. Indeed, feedback has proved that it is more convenient and preferred by those working within mission critical facilities.”