COVID-19 Response

Making Positive Changes

During this unprecedented time we are all having to adapt and change what we do and how we do it, and more essentially work together and help each other.

To help ensure individuals can continue to enhance their knowledge and continue their professional development activities, the CNet team has made a number of adjustments to support our customers in every way possible and to allow you to continue to enhance your knowledge, certifications and qualifications safely, whether that is via Classroom-based learning or via live Instructor-led Remote Attendance classes.

Thank you for your continued support, let’s keep working together and we will get through this and most importantly #staysafe.

Andrew Stevens
President and CEO, CNet Training

Read CNet's Coronavirus Statement here.

Data Center Programs

CNet’s Data Center Programs are still running as usual via live Instructor-led Remote Attendance classes in time zones across the globe.

Programs are available via Instructor-led remote attendance programs across multiple time zones, allowing for learning at times that are convenient for individual schedules such as while on night shifts or outside of usual working hours. A lot of our learners join the program from the comfort of their home or a quiet space at their place of work. Remote Attendance programs are designed to fit around the learner and for them to attend from the environment that best works for them.

Live Instructor-Led Remote Attendance Programs

We have worked hard to expand our Remote Attendance capability and are pleased that we now have 15 dedicated Smart Rooms, allowing us to deliver 15 different classes simultaneously across the world. We have a full schedule of program dates in time zones across the world that are Guaranteed to Run (GTR®).

Network Infrastructure Programs

CNet’s Network Infrastructure programs are continuing to be delivered and it is business as usual, please contact us to discuss your requirements.

Regarding classroom-based programs, CNet has put detailed safety measures in place to be able to continue to delivering network infrastructure programs again safely and in line with Government advice across Network Infrastructure Centres in the UK.