CNet's Growing Their Team With Forces Members
CNet Training, who are BFRS members, aren’t only helping service leavers by providing them with excellent courses but are hiring them to teach as well, with Dale Thompson CNCI having joined their Instructor team.
Successfully delivering quality training and education to a class is a very different skill to that of presenting to large audiences at conferences. It requires a detailed understanding of the science of teaching and assessment, so at CNet Training they ensure that all of their Instructors are qualified in this skill set; they each have their own professional development plan to ensure that an engaging personality and a teaching style with clear objectives for the education programs are their overriding objectives.
Dale, from the UK, joins CNet with over 13 years’ experience in the Forces and is passionate about education, leadership and culture. His experience within the Royal Corps of Signals stands him in excellent stead to deliver complex technical program material with clarity and zeal. Dale holds a BTEC level 4 in Teaching in The Lifelong Learning Sector and an ILM level 3 in Coaching.
Frank, from the US, joins CNet following nine years at a multinational technology company as a Data Center Site Services Manager. He has extensive experience project managing large scale installations, upgrades, and turndowns on the data center floor. His in-depth familiarity with what is required to successfully operate mission critical facilities will be invaluable for learners.
Every Instructor is employed by CNet Training and undertakes a rigorous Train-the-Trainer Process to ensure their knowledge of each subject and quality of delivery meets our quality expectations.
At BFRS we commend organisations like this who go through the journey of a service members’ resettlement and to ensure they are supported every step of the way. We hope to see a bright future from Dale and Frank and that many more people can follow suit. A big well done to CNet Training!
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