Authorised Training: Knowing What to Teach

Authorised Training: Knowing What to Teach

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Authorised Training: Knowing What to Teach

05 March 2019

The implementation of any IP infrastructure comes after months or even years of planning and deliberation. Every step in the process is scrutinised down to the smallest detail before it is set into motion. However, I want to bring up another side of that process: the knowledge needed to run the operations once everything is adjusted and set in place.

There is already a significant amount of experience within any organisation considering a large scale implementation of any sort, but vendor-specific expertise needs to be constantly updated. In addition, new employees also need to acquire the exact skill set needed to do their part in the organisation.

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Ali Manzoor, President & CEO, at Insoft Services
talking about the Digitisation Journey

This is when an Authorised Training Partner comes into the picture. Partner programs provide an added value to businesses because they offer support from the vendor’s core technologies and career certifications. Additionally, with help and guidance from people who are 100% dedicated to fulfilling training needs (wherever they may arise). The identification and learning processes are guaranteed to be optimised and the enterprises can enjoy a full ROI on the established infrastructure. This is what makes an Authorized Learning Partner essential.

Delivering authorized training is more precise and efficient because the information on products is acquired first-hand from the vendor.

It’s a matter of surrounding yourself with highly-skilled professionals and as an assurance, knowing that everyone involved is a master of their specific area of expertise.

Insoft Services team at Cisco Connect Denmark

Knowing what to do is just as powerful as how to do it.

It’s as simple as that. A training company that isn’t involved in the assessment process teaches invariably their students things they already know or things they don’t need. As veterans in the learning industry, we acknowledge this as the most common pitfall for companies looking to acquire knowledge.

Thanks to this perspective, Insoft Services has reached its high level of customer satisfaction. Not only by delivering knowledge but more importantly, by having the know-how.

Author: Sarah Mays

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