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CNet’s Biggest Annual Technical Instructor Forum & Company Huddle is Underway

03 November 2017   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Amanda McFarlane
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It’s a busy time for CNet, the global leader in technical education for the digital infrastructure industry, as the annual technical instructor gathering and general company huddle is underway, and this year it’s bigger than ever as the company has experienced exceptional growth in both business and staff numbers.

Instructors travel from across the world to CNet’s UK headquarters, they undergo intensive technical updates led by technical architect Adrian Jones, take the time to study further towards their professional teaching qualifications and have a catch up with the rest of the CNet team.

CNet has come a long way since it opened its doors in 1996; it is now a much-respected global brand and leads the way in technical education throughout the digital infrastructure industry across the world. It remains the only industry dedicated education provider to award both official certifications and internationally recognised qualifications, awarded by Pearson, the worlds’ largest education company.   

CNet’s CEO Andrew Stevens adds: “We always look forward to the annual huddle. I personally am proud to have an organisation that makes a difference, and we certainly do that. We take education seriously and it is the passion of every member of the CNet team that allows us to continue to grow at the rate we are. We now have over forty members of staff and this will increase even more with the ambitious plans we have in place to further our technical breath and offer more education programs throughout the data centre sector and technologies supported by the network infrastructure sector.” 


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