Digital Infrastructure Industry Briefing

Essential Industry and Career Insight

Attend our next Digital Infrastructure Industry Briefing (virtually) with CNet’s resettlement team and other invited guests.

This half day virtual event will walk you through the Digital Infrastructure Industry (network cabling and data centre sectors), the career opportunities available within it and the ELC funded education programs that will help you reach your career goals.

Gain an insight into:

  • The Digital Infrastructure industry (network cabling and data centres)
  • Typical roles and salaries
  • What it is like to transition from the Armed Forces into the Industry - hear from ex-forces at CNet
  • What it is really like to work within the industry - hear from invited guests from companies across the industry as they highlight ‘a day in the life of’ key roles within their organisation
  • Career mapping from the Armed Forces
  • CNet’s Resettlement and Ex-forces (ELC funded) education programs and how they can help enhance your career
  • How CNet can support you during your transition to civilian life and help you for many years after

Next Digital Infrastructure Industry Briefing

Date: 13th May 2021
Time: 10am – 1pm

Register below and we will send you a link to access the event nearer the time.


  • Introduction to the Digital Infrastructure Industry
  • Civilian Career Opportunities
  • Typical Roles and Salaries
  • From Royal Signal Installation Technician to Technical Developer at CNet Training
  • A Day to the Life of…
  • Network Cable Installer - presented by Tayler Lee, HR Advisor, LMG
  • Project Manager/Project Delivery Manager – presented by Anthony Duffy, Senior Account Manager, Sudlows
  • A Data Centre Manager – presented by Trevor Tucker, Head of Data Centres, VISA
  • A little about CNet Training
  • Resettlement and Ex-Forces ELC Funded Programs and Career Progression

There will also be an opportunity for questions at the end, or off-line afterwards.

Register below and we will send you a link to access the event nearer the time.