CNet Training Named An AFCOM Educational Partner
The company’s Global Data Center & Network Infrastructure Education Framework maps professional education to available careers.
CNet Training has been named an AFCOM Educational Partner. This prestigious partnership recognizes CNet Training’s dedication to learning and education within the data center sector and highlights the value of CNet Training and AFCOM working together to support the data center community.
Since 2005 CNet Training has designed and delivered professional data center training programs spanning the entire data center arena. The company is also the originator of The Global Data Center & Network Infrastructure Education Framework, a system that maps professional education, qualifications, and certifications to actual careers available in the industry. The framework is followed by many multinational organizations and AFCOM members throughout the USA and the world.
AFCOM, the leading association of data center and facilities management professionals, is a dynamic community providing a forum for discussion, learning and problem-solving with thousands of members worldwide. Both CNet Training and AFCOM share their dedication to the data center industry, coupled with their passion and drive to really make a difference by providing data center and facilities management professionals the support, guidance, education, and networking to make a difference.
Andrew Stevens CNet Training’s CEO/managing director said, “CNet Training are delighted to be chosen as an AFCOM Educational Partner. We have worked closely with AFCOM for some time now and benefit from sharing the same values and future-thinking concerning the data center industry and the importance of industry approved education programs with mapped qualifications and certifications. We are also aligned in the need for continued advice and support to data center community across the globe and we value and welcome the input and feedback we receive from AFCOM members on our data center programs. This is an exciting time and we look forward to working more with AFCOM to make a positive difference within the data center community.”