CNet Training is delighted to celebrate 100 years of The Royal Corps of Signals.
CNet is proud to work in collaboration with the Leaders in IT and Communications in the Digital Age for the British Army, The Royal Corps of Signals. The Royal Corps of Signals is an Approved Digital Infrastructure Education Associate of CNet Training to support and deliver The Certified Network Cable Installer (CNCI®) certification, designed by CNet, internally to their Installation Technicians as part of their on-going education curriculum.
Warrant Officer Class One Chris Loynes – Communications Infrastructure Engineer- Head of Profession says, ‘The relationship between Royal Signals and CNet Training has continued to grow, with more and more of our Communications Infrastructure Engineers choosing them as their preferred education provider. I believe that this is down to their ability to design and deliver high quality professional technical education programs. Long may this continue.’
CNet Training’s CEO, Andrew Stevens, said: “We are celebrating 100 years of the Royal Corps of Signals, we have a long-standing relationship them and we are honoured that The Royal Corps of Signals adopted the CNCI® as the official certification for their installation technicians. We are committed to working with the Corps to regularly update the content to ensure that the CNCI® program continues to deliver the highest quality knowledge and skills to the Royal Signals, who are at the forefront of communications and responsible for supplying vital communications and information systems to the Army throughout the world.”
CNCI® is recognised as the standard certification for network cable installers and is specified by major installation companies, manufacturers, consultants and associates throughout the UK. It is also being specified within tender documentation and job specifications for new builds and refurbishments projects.
Find out more about CNet Training and The Royal Corps of Signals here