CNet Training – transitioning to the digital infrastructure industry

CNet Training – transitioning to the digital infrastructure industry

Off By Ed Hanna

Over the last 25 years, CNet Training has educated thousands of Service-leavers, providing them with the necessary skills, hands-on experience and much sought-after certifications and qualifications needed to enter the digital infrastructure industry (comprising of network cable infrastructure and data centre sectors).  

CNet firmly believes that the experience gained throughout the Military brings a wide variety of transferable skills and qualities to the civilian workplace, that are especially valuable in working within the copper and fibre optic cabling environment and throughout the data centre sector. CNet employs several ex-Forces members and Reservists as part of their own workforce, and they work with the key players across the digital infrastructure industry ensuring Service-leavers have the right contacts when they are transitioning to civilian life. 

For those Service-leavers with an interest in finding out more about the opportunities there are throughout the network infrastructure (copper and fibre optic cable installation) and data centre environments, CNet’s next virtual half-day Digital Infrastructure Industry Briefing event on 12 May should be added to your diary. The event has been created to provide Armed Forces personnel, Service-leavers and ex-Forces personnel with an in-depth introduction to the digital infrastructure industry. It will also provide information on CNet’s main resettlement education programme, perfect as an entry to the industry.

The Certified Network Cable Installer (CNCI). The CNCI programme teaches everything Service-leavers need to demonstrate the highest levels of knowledge, skills and competency in copper and fibre optic network cable installation. Following this programme there is a real opportunity to gain employment as there is an additional 10-day work placement with a cable installation company which many see as a 10-day job interview.  

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