CNet Training Focus on the BIG ‘Energy Issue’ at Data Centre World

Data Centre World 2014

Energy is the focus for global data centre training provider CNet Training at Data Centre World 2014 at the London Excel on the 26th and 27th of February, stand E70.

Adrian Jones, Director of Technical Development at CNet, will also be delivering a presentation on Data Centre Energy Metrics in the IDC Theatre at 15.35 on 26th February.

Energy efficiency is one of the key factors in the on-going management of a data centre, and one that is attracting growing attention due to rapidly increasing energy prices coupled with legislative pressure that is forcing energy use down. CNet Training are championing their especially designed Certified Data Centre Energy Professional (CDCEP®) education program that has been attended by many of the industry major organisations.

The 7-day vendor independent program is designed for individuals who have responsibility for energy provision and use within a data centre and who are determined to use energy wisely whilst reducing C02 emissions and benefiting from the associated cost reductions. The CDCEP® arms delegates with an unrivalled knowledge concerning energy provision and the ability to strategically plan and implement systems and procedures to deal with energy use. They are also given tangible tools and methods to enable real energy savings and capacity reclamation.

Successful completion of the CDCEP® arms delegates with industry recognised certification, a commitment to life-long learning where delegates knowledge is renewed every three years. They also gain a level 5 advanced professional BTEC award, the use of the CDCEP® logo and a post nominal title.

CNet Training’s Managing Director Andrew Stevens adds:

Energy efficiency is one of the key factors relating to the on-going management of data centres and one that is gaining greater emphasis on a daily basis. The CDCEP® is essential for anyone with the responsibility of energy usage and control within a data centre and provides vital knowledge and practical solutions to achieving energy saving targets in the future. The program forms part of our already successful Global Data Centre Education Framework, designed with the industry, for the industry to provide relevant knowledge and skills to be mapped directly to actual careers and career paths available within the industry. Those interested in energy can attend a taster session at Data Centre World with CNet’s Adrian Jones, Director of Technical Development in the DC Theatre at 15.35 on 26 Feb.

CNet Training has been delivering dedicated data centre training programs and awarding internationally recognised qualifications since 2005. Their unique and sought after global data centre education framework has been adopted and followed by major organisations across the world.

Posted: 27/01/2014 11:42 AM