HANOVER, Germany, March 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Huawei has presented its Excellent Training Partner Awards to Core Education B.V., a training institute from the Netherlands, and K Labs, an Italian training institute. Max Munnich, a lecturer from Core Education B.V., and Marco Grimand, a lecturer from K Labs, won the Gold Medal Lecturer award, the highest annual Huawei award in the area of talent development, for their excellent performance in 2015. The award ceremony took place during CeBIT 2016 in Hannover, Germany on March 16. Han Xiao, President of Huawei's Enterprise Technical Service Department, presented the awards to the winners.
Mr. Han Xiao said, "The rapid development of the ICT industry depends on competent talents. ICT talent cultivation is a long-term job that calls for active participation and collaboration of excellent training service providers. Huawei will strengthen its cooperation with partners to deliver high-value certification and training service to help develop the ICT talents needed by the industry."
The rapidly growing ICT industry has set high requirements on the knowledge and skills of ICT professionals, who are expected to possess integrated knowledge and multidisciplinary skills. According to official data from Huawei, more than 300,000 people have received ICT training from Huawei and its training partners around the world. After passing the corresponding certification exams, trainees will receive all kinds of Huawei certificates, including Huawei Certified Network Associate (HCNA), Huawei Certified Network Professional (HCNP), and Huawei Certified Internetwork Expert (HCIE).
Leon Meijs, Director of Core Education, expressing thanks to Huawei as well as appreciation of the collaboration between two companies, commented, "Huawei has the most comprehensive product line in the ICT industry. The collaboration with Huawei has allowed us to deliver training service to develop the ICT talents needed by the industry."
Lorenzo Passarini, Director of K Labs, also thanked Huawei for recognizing the efforts of his company. "My team and I are very happy to receive this award. In the future, we will continue to improve the quality and efficiency of our training service and collaborate with Huawei in more areas to create more value for our customers," Lorenzo Passarini said.
Huawei Authorized Learning Partners (HALPs) have played an inseparable role in the rapid growth of Huawei's certification service. Huawei has 260 HALPs around the world who deliver localized training service that caters to the needs of local markets and helps Huawei's local channel partners build up their technical abilities.
Looking ahead, Huawei will provide more training courses that match the technological development trends of the ICT industry and build a more open ICT certification system. In this process, training partners will play an even more significant role and contribute to the construction of a talent ecosystem for the ICT industry.
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