The times are changing, and in recognizing this, companies are adapting to new technological advancements and integrating them into their own corporate environments. As a result, many job industries are looking for innovative and talented individuals to help them achieve their goals. D-Link recognizes the importance of networking knowledge in today’s world and has created the D-Link Academy System as a global training platform. More specifically, the program is designed to focus on mainstream technologies like switching, wireless, IP surveillance, security, and storage, and will equip participants with the necessary expertise to manage networks for small to medium businesses.
The program is designed to appeal to a wide audience. Students and business professionals, as well as both new and intermediate network users, can all gain from enrolling in the training seminars or by taking the certification tests. The D-Link Academy service is also extended to internal employees and channel partners who wish to improve job qualifications pertaining to technical topics.
The programs offered include certifications to become a D-Link Network Associate (DNA), D-Link Certified Specialist (DCS), and D-Link Certified Professional (DCP). The exams can be scheduled on demand, which grants users the flexibility of choosing their own exam time and eliminates geographical time constraints. The D-Link Academy’s current major initiative is to promote its certification courses to students in colleges and training institutes around the world.
Those interested in learning more about the subject can create an account on the D-Link Academy Portal and access training materials and schedule classes on their topics of choice. Training session dates are also available, and enrolling will offer participants the chance to gain practical knowledge through comprehensive, hands-on practice. After registering, users also have the option to take certification exams, which cover the fundamental concepts of networking, including switches, security, wireless, storage and IP surveillance.