NEW CERTIFIED DATA CENTRE PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM LAUNCHED (CDCPM®)
Global leader in technical education for the digital infrastructure industry, CNet Training, has announced the launch of a new program for prospective learners seeking to employ their knowledge and skills within the data centre project environment.
The NEW five-day Certified Data Centre Project Management (CDCPM®) is a qualification level 5 program that teaches how to establish a robust project baseline and a comprehensive plan for a complex, high value data centre expansion project that demonstrates an accurate interpretation of the project scope and focuses on delivering project success in support of business strategy.
Delivered by one of CNet’s expert Instructors in a classroom or via remote attendance, the program is designed for either project managers seeking to employ their knowledge and skills within the data centre project environment or those already working in a data centre looking to develop as a project manager.
With a focus on a ‘concept to closure’ theme, the CDCPM® program tailors project management tools to the unique requirements of a critical infrastructure project. It examines the tools and evaluation techniques that determine the success of the project.
The creation of the program was driven by a combination of the requirements of CNet’s customers and the exponential demand for data processing and storage, allied to the need to bring services closer to the customer (the edge), recognising the need for sector specific project management, whilst acknowledging that the pressure to deliver additional data centre facilities can be a constant challenge for both owners and operators. Highly skilled and dedicated project managers provide the confidence that enables the extension, build and renovation of facilities that contribute to the expansion of the data centre footprint.
Successful completion of the CDCPM® awards an internationally recognized BTEC Level 5 Award Certified Data Centre Project Management, in addition to official CDCPM certification, the use of a post nominal title and a digital badge.
CNet’s Head of Technical Development Paul Gorman adds, “My aim in creating this program is to provide a blended learning experience that considers the attributes of the project manager to be as important as the tools and processes available to them. Structured theory content that will seek to stimulate learners as they progress through the program.”
The CDCPM® program forms part of the globally renowned Digital Infrastructure Education Framework, which maps technical education programs, official certifications and internationally recognised qualifications to knowledge and career progression routes throughout the industry, providing designations that have become key skills reference points that allow those holding them to clearly demonstrate their ability and experience.
CNet Training is the global leader in designing and delivering network infrastructure and data centre education programs and has been delivering industry education since 1996. CNet is the only industry dedicated education provider in the world to offer both internationally recognised qualifications and official certifications.
Read the full program details here; https://www.cnet-training.com/programs/certified-data-centre-project-management-cdcpm/
To check for available dates and find out how you could benefit from attending the CDCPM® program, please contact CNet on +44 (0) 1284 718416 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT CNET TRAINING
CNet Training is the award-winning global leader of technical education for the Digital Infrastructure industry (comprising network infrastructure and data centre programs.) The company design and deliver programs in locations across the world and via live Instructor-led remote attendance classes. They also design and deliver vendor-specific programs for many of the world’s leading manufacturers of data centre and network infrastructure solutions.
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