Novell has launched its new InfiLearning Centre program, providing multi-vendor curriculum education and training.
Launched in July, the InfiLearning Centre program brings together products and services from vendors into one venue, including Netscape, Microsoft, Lotus and Sun Microsystems.
In addition to face-to-face training, the program also offers career counselling, financial aid services, curriculum management tools, learning and assessment products, online training and post-training support.
"The InfiLearning Centre program provides individuals and organisations with the information and training they need where, when, and how they want it. We are embracing the industry and capitalising on the obvious: it's not a single-vendor world," said Bob Puissant, vice president and general manager at Novell Education. Among the up-and-coming courses is the Certified Internet Professional, which Novell claims is the industry's first multi-vendor Internet training and certification program. The program will be released in Q4, and is structured so that students can customise the curriculum to match their network system environment.
In conjunction with training courses, students can investigate possible career moves through the InfiLearning job bank.
The job bank has been set up to facilitate access to a listing of current career openings that can be searched by area, salary range, job title or required qualification. Organisations can search for prospective employees, while individuals can post their resumes and training experience at the centre.
The InfiLearning Centre program is an expansion of the Novell Authorised Education Centres (NEACs). Naecs have a choice of whether they participate in the program.
For more information, contact:
Novell Education Hotline
Tel 1800 634 585