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CNet Training expand their team

SUFFOLK, UK -- Global data centre & network Infrastructure education specialists, CNet Training, are expanding their teams even further with the addition of two new Business Development Executives and a further Instructor.

Alan Cook and Ken Hillyer are experts in their fields and bring with them valuable experience.  Alan brings with him a variety of knowledge gained from successfully running a company in the US for twelve years, whilst Ken has many years’ experience in sales and account management.  Their roles will see a focus on re-certifying data centre and network infrastructure professionals and a focus on expanding the recently launched Certified Cable Network Installer (CNCI®) program, which is shaping the future of the network cabling infrastructure industry and is already having a major impact on the industry with big named installers supporting the certification.

New instructor Andy Hastings will join the strong team of instructors who will deliver programs from The Global Data Centre Education Framework from data centre technician through to the more complex data centre energy and audit programs. He brings a wealth of knowledge, which includes over 35 years’ experience in IT, comms and security across a broad range of technologies and has worked across the UK, Europe and the USA.

Managing Director, Andrew Stevens, said: “We’re delighted to have Alan, Ken and Andy joining the team. CNet Training are focused on continuing our program of growth throughout the global data centre and network infrastructure industry by training in more locations and by designing and developing new and exciting programs to add to The Global Data Centre and Network Infrastructure Education Framework, which is followed my many multinational companies across the world.  It’s an exciting time for us and we look forward to further growth and expansion in the near future.”

For more information on CNet Training’s programs, please go to www.cnet-training.com.

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