Spectrum Training today announced it has been honoured as one of the leading Juniper Networks Authorised Education Partners (JNAEP) in the EMEA for 2011. Located in Dubai, UAE, Spectrum is a IT networking and security training, certification and consultancy services provider in the Middle East and Africa region.
As a JNAEP partner, Spectrum Training’s trained technicians are authorszed to provide in-depth, technical training and education courses on a variety of Juniper products including SRX Firewall, SA, IC, SSG/ISG, IDP, MAG, WIFI ,Juniper EX Switches, J, M, T, MX and E series routers. Targeted at end-users, these valuable courses are derived from Juniper Networks’ proprietary training curriculum and range from introductory to intermediate, the company said.
“Being Recognised this year as top performing partner for EMEA region second year in row highlights the excellent quality and superior training we been doing for last seven years, this wouldn’t have possible without our customers,” said Sanjeev Singh, MD at Spectrum Training.
Spectrum Training’s JNAEP plays an important role in the global implementation of Juniper Networks’ Certification Program (JNCP), the company said. The JNCP consists of platform-specific, multi-tiered tracks, which enable participants to demonstrate their competence with Juniper Networks technology through a combination of written proficiency tests and hands-on configuration and troubleshooting exams. Juniper’s authorised training partners use only certified Juniper Networks instructors who have the same certification requirements and rigorous training process as Juniper Educational Services instructors, representatives said.
“We are pleased to recognise Spectrum Training as one of the top performing JNAEP’s in the EMEA,” said Linda Moss, Ph.D, senior director of WW Education Services at Juniper Networks. “Through our Authorised Education Partners, we are expanding the reach of Juniper’s Education Services around the globe and providing the local training customers and partners need to maximise their technology investments.”