CNet Take the Gold Again!
Earlier this year, BFRS members, CNet attended the ‘Network Computing Awards’ where they were awarded the ‘Education & Training Provider of the Year’! This is now the second year in a row they have been voted best in this category, which is a testament to the hard work and dedication they put into their trainees.
This is one of a string of awards presented to CNet over their 26 year history, recognising their high standing in the digital infrastructure industry and the significant value of the education that they provide.
Here you can watch the moment that MC Paul Coyte and Dave Bonner announced not only the winner but the runner up aswell!
CNet has been designing and delivering professional network cable infrastructure resettlement training programs since 1996. Today, they continue to provide network cable infrastructure resettlement education programs and data centre programs and continue to work closely with Service Leavers to support and guide them. CNet has pledged to support the armed forces community by signing the national Armed Forces Covenant and receiving the gold award from the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS).
CNet is proud to be the originator of The Global Digital Infrastructure Education Framework which forms the benchmark for industry education across the world. It maps professional education programs to actual career routes and progression throughout the industry allowing learners to enhance their skills, knowledge, industry recognised qualifications and official certifications as they progress. And, of course, many programs are eligible for ELC funding providing Service Leavers with extra help to continue to progress their careers.
Want to delve into the various training opportunities CNet has to offer, then check out their online stand with us here...
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