The learning materials for the five-day Certified Data Center Technician Professional (CDCTP®) program have been translated into seven different languages to accommodate learners needs from across the globe — English, German, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese (Cantonese), Portugues,e and French.
The CDCTP is a comprehensive, content-rich program that serves the worldwide data center sector. The program is specifically designed for data center individuals who are responsible for the day-to-day integrity of mission critical facilities and wish to acquire skills and knowledge of the highest caliber. The program covers key operating environments, operational policies, procedures and compliance based on legislation, standards and codes of conduct, as well as detailed analyses of current measuring, monitoring, and auditing techniques.
“We want to make our programs accessible to all learners across the globe,” said Andrew Stevens, president and CEO of CNet Training. “Our technical team has worked hard to adapt the CDCTP learning material into seven languages to give learners, for who English isn’t their first language, an alternative option to choose their preferred language. We work closely with our customers across the world to meet their ongoing requirements, and this is just one example. We also plan to expand the languages available on programs across The Global Digital Infrastructure Education Framework.”