The CNCI is changing the future of the network infrastructure industry

The certification, which is supported by the Government Department for Business and Innovation & Skills (BIS), is the Certified Network Cable Installation (CNCI) programme. In ten days it provides cable installers with everything they need to confidently and accurately prepare, install, test and certify copper and fibre cabling systems, specifically for those wishing to demonstrate the highest levels of knowledge, skills and expertise in network infrastructure. 

The CNCI has also achieved vendor acceptance and therefore provides further benefits for certified individuals; it incorporates the Fluke Versiv CCTT program providing full certification and reduces training requirements for products from Excel, Molex, Draka, CommScope, iDaC Solutions, Matrix Cabling, Maxxam Cabling, Mini5 and Ultima.

Nearly 500 places on the CNCI program have been filled so far and this momentum is set to continue as more organisations are seeing the value of having their teams certified to this professional certification.  

Andrew Stevens, managing director at CNet Training comments: ‘The future of the network infrastructure industry really is set to change and we are totally committed to seeing the positive impact the CNCI will have on it now, and in the long-term.’ 

For further details on the CNCI, visit www.cnet-training.com/cnci  

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