INFOTECH: Get The Best From Skills
Recent Western Cape Business News
CTU says one of its main aims is to provide human resource development solutions to the ICT Industry
“We believe that companies should have a proper skills development plan to optimise the technologies that are deployed. Systematically developing employees to address the skills gap in ICT is the only way to achieve empowered human capital,” says CTU’s CEO Ronald Meeske.
ICT has positioned itself as an ideal development partner with a national footprint with the ability to roll out distributed development interventions for national clients.
It also claims to be the largest Microsoft Gold Learning partner in South Africa and certifies the most Microsoft Certified Professionals country wide. In addition, as a CISCO learning partner it develops CISCO professionals up to CCNP level, and through its strategic partnership with NIL it can extend any specialized CISCO programmes to clients.
CTU is registered with the MICT SETA for numerous learnerships and skills programmes and it has successfully completed numbers of interventions.
The career division is well positioned to supply quality internationally certified market entry professionals through CTU Recruits, to ensure a constant flow of relevant skills to clients. Also, its menu of programmes include a wide variety to fulfill development needs, from soft skills, end-user computing, skills programmes to professional programmes covering network engineering, programming, cloud computing and many other technologies.
Blended learning solutions, including technology assisted ILT, E-learning and combinations of theoretical and lab training forms part of its solutions menu.
CTU says it has internationally certified the most professionals in South Africa over the last six years in Microsoft, Adobe, CIW and Autodesk.
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