RWL Expands Education Offering in Dublin
Representing leading manufacturers in the data, security and telecoms market in Ireland, RWL, has entered an agreement to allow delivery of the renowned technical education programs from The Global Digital Infrastructure Education Framework at their headquarters in Dublin.
The agreement predominantly focuses on the popular Certified Network Cable Installer (CNCIâ) program that has been delivered at RWL’s headquarters for eighteen months, helping to establish RWL premises as a dedicated education facility in Ireland. However, delivery can extend across the rest of the network infrastructure and data centre portfolio of technical education programs including the popular Certified Data Centre Design Professional (CDCDP®) and the Certified Data Centre Management Professional (CDCMP®). These unrivalled programs are the only industry dedicated technical education programs in the world that provide both official certification and internationally recognised qualifications.
The CNCI® is a ten-day program that provides cable installers with everything they need to confidently and accurately prepare, install, test and certify copper and fibre cabling systems. The certification has taken hold throughout the UK as the standard ‘must-have’ certification for installers and is being specified within tender documentation. It is also growing in popularity in North America.
Over the years RWL has built an excellent reputation throughout Ireland for representing the leading manufacturers within its data, security and telecoms specialisms. The company provides advanced solutions to clients and has a strong focus on education and professional development.
Sean Kirby, Sales Director at RWL, says: “Based on the value our training facility provides to our clients, it is a natural fit to enter an agreement for the delivery of these highly respected and trusted technical education programs. The CNCIâ delivery has already proved highly popular in Ireland and we look forward to widening our offering to include more programs from The Global Digital Infrastructure Education Framework and helping to make these world leading programs more accessible for industry professionals throughout Ireland.”