CNet offers more ELCAS-approved education programmes for Service leavers
Leader in education programmes throughout the cable installation sector, CNet Training, now offers Service leavers even more programmes that are eligible for ELC.
Certified Network Cable Installer (CNCI®) is CNet’s main resettlement programme. It is specifically for those wishing to demonstrate the highest levels of knowledge, skills and expertise in copper and fibre-optic cable installation, and provides official CNCI® certification and two level 3 BTEC qualifications. The programme has been adopted by the industry as the standard certification for those working in a network cabling infrastructure environment. The programme takes 20 days including a ten-day work placement with an installation company, allowing newly gained skills to be put to the test.
This sought-after programme forms the entry level to the Global Digital Infrastructure Education Framework, which maps education programmes to actual career routes throughout the sector. Many of these are now eligible for ELC funding. The career routes could follow a network infrastructure route or progress into the vibrant data centre sector.
The eligible ELC programmes are as follows:
Network infrastructure programmes
• Certified Network Infrastructure Technician (CNCI®)
• Certified Network Infrastructure Technician (CNIT®)
• Certified Network Infrastructure Design Professional (CNIDP®)
• Certified Telecommunications Project Management (CTPM®)
Data centre programmes
• Certified Data Centre Design Professional (CDCDP®)
• Certified Data Centre Technician Professional (CDCTP®)
• Certified Data Centre Management Professional (CDCMP®)
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