TIA has licensed CNet Training, the pre-eminent, international network infrastructure and data centre education provider to develop courseware incorporating twenty five TIA standards including the ANSI/TIA-942, ANSI/TIA 568 and ANSI/TIA 569 series.
This agreement allows the content of CNet Training’s programs to include and reference the very latest particulars of TIA standards and to participate, vote and have access to working papers of the TIA Engineering Committee which defines ICT infrastructure systems. Over the years, CNet Training has received impressive accolades and acknowledgement for being the originators of the Global Network Infrastructure and Data Centre Education Framework which has been widely adopted by major multinational organisations. Each program in the framework, from entry through to degree level, will include contemporary references to TIA standards. This allows professionals to acquire a greater knowledge and understanding of the TIA standards and therefore increased confidence to deliver consistent quality of service throughout the industry.
Andrew Stevens, CNet Training’s Managing Director adds, “We are delighted to have this official authorisation from the TIA and look forward to working with them via the TIA Engineering committee. One of CNet Training’s primary goals since starting to deliver network infrastructure education back in 1996 has been to ensure quality of design and delivery of our programs and to ensure that our clients receive the correct level of technical insight for their job roles. Now working closely with the TIA, we can feel confident that we can share the importance of these standards across our entire education framework which will provide even greater insight and added value for our clients which in turn will have a positive impact on the industry itself.”
Stephanie Montgomery, Acting Vice-President, Technology and Standards states, “TIA is excited to join with CNet Training and others in the industry to enhance the trainings available to industry for network infrastructure and data centres. TIA has been developing quality technical standards for the network since 1988, supporting and improving the network which drives communications around the globe. Engaging with CNet Training will help inform the industry, we encourage companies to bring their technical work to TIA to advance the future of the network.”