CNet Training (CNet) are finalists in three categories at the industry respected Network Computing Awards 2021.
The Network Computing Awards recognise companies and products that over the last year have been outstanding in adding value to the performance of an organisation’s network. The public and industry are the judges for these awards and it is down to them to cast the votes on who they would like to see win.
This year, CNet are finalists in an impressive three categories across the Digital Infrastructure Industry. The categories are:
- Education and Training Provider of the Year
- The Inspiration Award – Melissa Chambal, CNet Instructor, US LATAM & Canada Technical Manager and 7×24 Exchange International Career Development Mentor
- The Innovation Award – Company and Product for the UK based Certified Wireless Infrastructure Technician (CWIT ®) program.
“We’re incredibly proud to be finalists in three major categories at the Network Computing Awards 2021.” said, CNet Training’s CEO and President, Andrew Stevens, “We are passionate about delivering the highest quality education to the industry, so it is fantastic to be recognised for this. CNet is committed to leaving a legacy, and we are continually striving to inspire new talent to consider a career in the Digital Infrastructure Industry, as well as raising the bar to develop skills, diversity and inclusivity across the sector.”
Global leaders in the technical education field, CNet have been delivering comprehensive programs into the data centre and network infrastructure sectors for over 25 years. They are the only dedicated Digital Infrastructure Industry education provider in the world to offer both industry-recognised qualifications and official certifications.
Since 1996, CNet have educated over 70,000 individuals, in 45 countries and to 153 different nationalities.
How to Vote
Voting for the Network Computing Awards is now open until Wednesday 13th October 2021.
Click here to cast your vote(s) for CNet Training.
The results will be revealed at an evening ceremony in London on Thursday 21st October 2021.