Internacional (Marketwired, 15 de Agosto de 2013) DCProfessional Development Reaches a New Milestone as It Successfully Completes Training for Over 4,000 Students Across the GlobeDCProfessional Development (DCPro) announced today it has reached a major milestone by training more than 4,000 individuals in the classroom, making it the largest data center specific training organization worldwide.
Since its inception in 2011, DCPro has provided classroom courses taught by a growing network of expert instructors in 24 countries delivered in seven languages, including English, Spanish, Chinese, Russian, French, Portuguese and Italian.
Peter Curtis, President/CEO of Power Management Concepts, LLC and Advisory Board Member for DCProfessional Development, says, "Training for mission critical environments has historically been a challenge for the industry, but through the ongoing development of industry best practice and standards, combined with the growth of platforms such as DCPro's, it has become easier to educate data center staff to the levels that will impact downtime."
DCProfessional has actively sought to get its courses accredited through multiple nationally and internationally recognized professional bodies, including the IEEE, the American Institute of Architects, NCEES, the BCS, Engineers Australia, BICSI and CITREP (full list available online), allowing students to gain valuable continuing professional development credits. DCPro is also forging relationships with numerous governments worldwide, to help them develop skills at a national level.
"Online education brings benefits of teaching at scale to the data center market," comments George Rockett, Managing Director of DCProfessional Development. "The advantages of a blended learning experience are being duly recognized by more and more companies."
Senior members of the DCPro staff are available for interview on the following topics:
Challenges of operating a professional curriculum worldwide
How is online education creating new opportunities to reach new markets?
What do Enterprise Learning & Development Managers expect from training providers?
What are the likely consequences of a skills shortage in the tech space?
Experience vs. education in the IT Infrastructure and Engineering sector
For more information on DCProfessional Development, visit http://www.dc-professional.com/. To arrange a briefing with DCPro, please contact email@example.com.
About DCProfessional Development
DCProfessional Development (a business division of DCD Group) delivers a diverse portfolio of accredited data center training and certification services to corporate and individual clients internationally. The management team, instructors and advisors together form a team of some of the most recognised individuals in the industry. DCProfessional Development works closely with professional bodies and industry associations to ensure that our course materials and processes align with industry best practices and standards.
DatacenterDynamics, part of the DCD Group, is a premier full service B2B information provider, offering a comprehensive product and service portfolio tailored specifically for the data center industry.
To learn more, visit http://www.dc-professional.com/.
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