Etisalat Academy, a most important giver of preparation & development solutions in the Middle East, will recommend training solutions from CompTIA, an worldwide non-profit IT trade relationship, under an MoU singed recently.
The signing ceremony was held between David Brennan, general manager at the Etisalat Academy, & Todd Thibodeaux, chief executive officer at CompTIA, at the Gitex technology Week.
The MoU starts Etisalat Academy (ETAC) as a release member in CompTIA’s Authorized Partner Program (CAPP).
In addition to the portfolio of CompTIA certifications, both the organizations will together expand & deliver customized certifications in the areas of Green IT, Smart power, Digital Home, M2M and Mobile Apps, said a report. ETAC will develop & start with support from CompTIA: CompTIA IT Certification Offerings, IT Certification Learning Events & Customized Certifications.
Brennan said: CompTIA certifications will build Etisalat Academy & the Gulf region’s spirited separation because of their broad worldwide market acceptance.
CompTIA’s certifications are position in the Top 10 internationally & we are happy to be connected with them. Keeping in view the existing & emergent technology trends, these certifications will go a long method in catering to market wants & making ETAC a leader in offering customized IT certifications.