IEEE approves CNet’s education programmes

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CNet Training’s technical education programmes have been approved by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Those who attend CNet’s programs and who are IEEE members benefit from gaining IEEE Professional Development Hours (PDH) which result in IEEE Continuing Education Units (CEUs). Not only will those who successfully complete CNet’s programmes receive the official CNet certification, they also have the option to apply for an IEEE CEU certification.

CNet’s technical programmes form The Global Digital Infrastructure Education Framework, which offers sector professionals an opportunity to plan education programmes that meet their on-going development needs. All of CNet’s programmes from The Global Digital Infrastructure Education Framework are approved by the IEEE, from qualification level 3 right through to the world’s only Masters Degree in Data Centre Leadership and Management, which is a level 7 programme.

 

 

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