CNet Training, the global leaders in designing and delivering network infrastructure and data centre education programmes, has seen a huge growth in the demand for data centre training in recent years leading them to expand their technical team once again.
Kevin Lloyd Bisley has joined the team as a Technical Instructor. He is a highly experienced technical consultant and project manager with an impressive track record in a number of sectors. Well-known within the network infrastructure and data centre industries he also holds a multitude of sought after certifications and other industry recognised data centre qualifications.
Programs from The Global Data Centre Education Framework will be the main focus of Kevin’s role, delivering the professional Certified Data Centre Design, Management, Technician and Energy programs in locations across the world. He will also be one of the champion instructors for CNet’s forthcoming Certified Data Centre Audit Professional program, currently in development and due to launch soon.
Andrew Stevens, CNet Training’s Managing Directors adds,
“We are delighted to welcome Kevin to our technical team, he is a real asset to the company and our clients alike. Delegates not only grow their technical knowledge from our program material, they also gain added-value insight from the abundant industry experience Kevin, and all of our instructors share.”
CNet Training has been delivering dedicated data centre training programmes and awarding industry recognised certification and internationally recognised qualifications since 2005. Their unique and sought after Global Data Centre Education Framework is delivered across the world and provides the knowledge, skills, certification and qualifications required by data centre professionals to progress within the industry. The framework is a result of CNet working with data centre professionals throughout the development process and is the only dedicated data centre framework that accurately maps training, education, certifications and qualifications to the career paths within the industry.
Posted: 5/08/2013 8:17 AM