With the growing popularity of CNet’s network infrastructure programs across the UK, in Ireland and the USA, the company has added further technical resource to its growing team of instructors.
New on board the CNet technical team, Tony Clare, who will initially deliver the Certified Network Cable Installer (CNCI). It is anticipated that Tony will also progress to deliver the level 4 Certified Network Infrastructure Technician (CNIT) and the high level Certified Network Infrastructure Design Professional (CNIDP).
The suite of network infrastructure programs follows a path of natural progression throughout the sector. Level three CNCI certified individuals demonstrate the highest levels of knowledge, skills and expertise in network infrastructure. Taking exiting network infrastructure skills up a notch, level 4 CNIT trains technicians to successfully control and deliver major infrastructure projects, whilst the high level five CNIDP pulls together all current experience and skills to complete a detailed network infrastructure design project and deliver this to the market via an effective tender response.
The company say that over the last 12 months both the CNCI and the CNIDP have grown in popularity and have become recognised as the standard certifications for the sector. CNet also identify that CNCI and CNIDP both are being specified within tender documentation for new builds and refurbishments throughout the UK.
Andrew Stevens, CNet’s CEO adds, “We are delighted to welcome Tony on board. In addition to his extensive project management, bid management and hands on installation experience, Tony has received an award for his health and safety ability. I am sure our network infrastructure learners across the world will benefit greatly from Tony’s breadth of knowledge.”