Success Builders International (SBI) receives CPD accreditation for their Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) Optical Networking 2-Day Course
- The course offers 2 CPD (Continuing Professional Development) points on successful completion
- CPD points accepted by Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA)
- All engineers registered with ECSA may claim CPD points
Johannesburg XX November, 2016: Success Business International (SBI), a leading telecoms industry training company, has received accreditation from the Engineering Council (ECSA) for the company’s Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) Optical Networking 2-Day Course.
“This means all professional and candidate engineers can claim Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points for the successful completion of the DWDM course,” says SBI CEO Caron Perkins.
The DWDM 2-day course is a module of the Platform: Certificate in Next Generation Telecoms training programme. Platform consists of 4 x 5 days hands-on training modules, spread over a 4 month period. To date SBI has trained almost 1000 people on this globally recognized, quality assured programme.
“We are constantly keeping our training current with the dynamics of the telecoms sector,” says Perkins. “DWDM is a vital component of next generation telecoms as the uptake of optical networking in both network providers and corporate users has surged in the last 12 months. Their management and technical staff, whether at a junior or advanced level, want not only to be personally on top of this technology but to increase their value to their enterprises and employers.”
Examples of who can claim the CPD points are:
- Professional & Candidate Engineer;
- Professional & Candidate Engineering Technologist;
- Professional & Candidate Certificated Engineer; or
- Professional & Candidate Engineering Technician.
“We are delighted that our delegates can now get CPD points for this course,” Perkins says. “I know that CPD is the key to maintaining one’s knowledge and value in the sector, as well as being a means of maintaining professional standards.”