In this unprecedented time, we know that COVID-19 has created some challenges about how businesses are operating, with employees for the large part now working at home. To support you and your employees as this difficult time, we have decided to provide a special offer on our training.
Starting today, ALL Cabling Science Institute online training courses are free of charge.
With quality training at our core, we strongly feel it’s our responsibility to contribute what we do best during times like these: help companies like yours obtain the skills you need to succeed, to learners around the world. This initiative comes from our promise to provide your learners with the most up-to-date, relevant content.
All training from the Cabling Science Institute is available from anywhere in the world, 24 hours a day 7 days a week and can be taken in over 200 languages.
This offer is open to all of the global Cable and Wireless community.
Although your job may look or feel different for the foreseeable future, and be conducted from a different place, we hope to do our bit to make sure you have the tools and resources to continue to be productive.
Be safe. Stay healthy. Help others. Continue learning.
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