CNet Training adds network infrastructure technical experts
Paul Gorman and Tom Dickens will teach students of CNet’s Certified Network Cable Installer and Certified Network Infrastructure Design Professional programs.
CNet Training recently expanded its technical staff when it welcomed Paul Gorman and Tom Dickens. “Both are focusing on the Network Infrastructure Education Framework,” CNet said, “which includes the newly launched Certified Network Cable Installer [CNCI] and the Certified Network Infrastructure Design Professional [CNIDP] programs.”
Gorman is technical developer, the organization explained, tasked with ensuring the technical content of all programs in the Network Infrastructure Education Framework “from entry level through to qualification level 5” remain current and up-to-date. “Paul brings a wealth of knowledge to the company, which includes working as a telecommunications engineer for the British Army and within commercial environments working to design and implement complex network and IT delivery programs,” CNet continued. “In addition to developing new program content at CNet, Paul will focus on maintaining it by regularly reviewing the technical content to ensure it is up-to-date with the latest standards, codes of practice and network development.” The company added that new-product development is also part of Gorman’s role, explain, “We will enhance and grow the current Network Infrastructure Education Framework with new programs that will enable industry professionals to further grow their knowledge, official certification and professional qualifications within more-advanced subjects.”
Dickens is an instructor, who CNet said “will be delivering the CNCI program at CNet’s dedicated facility at Barking and Dagenham College, a venue which has been chosen for its new state-of-the-art facilities, excellent learning environment, professional focus and ease of access. Tim has over 30 years’ experience within the industry.”
Andrew Stevens, managing director at CNet Training, added, “We are excited to be welcoming Paul and Tim to CNet Training. Both bring an impressive amount of knowledge and industry experience with them, which will further enhance our strong team. We have great vision for the future development and growth of the Network Infrastructure Education Framework with programs that are technically advanced and highly focused. Both Paul and Tim will play significant roles with continuing to strengthen this side of the business and further emphasize our position of being the market leader for network infrastructure and data center education.”