Global leader and multi award winning data centre and network infrastructure education specialists, CNet Training, has expanded its team and welcomes Jamie Crooks and Fran Bastable to the company.
Jamie Crooks has joined as a Network Infrastructure Instructor and Fran Bastable takes on the role of Digital Marketing Co-ordinator.
Jamie is a highly experienced Ex UK Military ICT Engineer and Certified Project Manager. He has successfully designed and project managed full turnkey ICT / ELV installations of various sizes and complexity. Jamie will deliver the Network Infrastructure programs from the Global Data Centre & Network Infrastructure Education Framework, spanning the level three, Certified Network Cable Installer (CNCI) program, through to the level 5 Certified Network Infrastructure Design Professional (CNIDP) program.
CNet Training’s CEO, Andrew Stevens, said: “Our Network Infrastructure education framework has expanded and as a result we are taking on new instructors. We are pleased to have Jamie on board, he brings a vast amount of experience to the company which can naturally be shared with our students. As a company our focus is to be quality driven and with this in mind it’s fantastic that we have such a strong team of instructors delivering programs in locations across the world and feedback confirms that CNet clients benefit from real added value from our instructors.”
Fran is responsible for creating and co-ordinating digital marketing campaigns to further enhance CNet Training’s brand presence across the world. Fran has some big plans, particularly important this year, being CNet’s 20th anniversary. Fran comes from a digital marketing and design background and has worked alongside various businesses, creating successful brand awareness through multiple marketing platforms.
Sarah Parks, Director of Marketing adds: “The importance of digital marketing is ever increasing and we are pleased to expand our marketing team with Fran. She has an impressive portfolio and I look forward to seeing what she is going to bring to the company to strengthen our global brand identity.”