Rochester, New York – February 2020– New Horizons Computer Learning Centre of Toronto, a leading provider of instructor-led IT Certification Training, announces the addition of in-demand emerging technology certifications and micro-credentials to their public training schedule thanks to their new partnership with CertNexus.
As companies navigate within the fourth Industrial Revolution, multi-vendor and open source solutions are the norm to provide best in class results. Whether it is a high-value innovation using an Internet of Things (IoT) solution, employing Artificial Intelligence (AI) or maintaining secure access to protect customer data through security protocols, it is the people responsible for maintaining and implementing the solutions that provide the greatest value and highest risk to an organization. As technology becomes the de facto solution across all industries, the need for skills standardization is more crucial than ever.
CertNexus is committed to providing certification programs that ensure employees have best-in-class skill sets to match their organization’s business-critical technology solutions. CertNexus’ certification programs in cybersecurity, IoT, and AI broaden IT and Security professional’s knowledge and validate skills using globally recognized curriculum and high stakes examinations. CertNexus micro-credentials provide business leaders, project managers, and compliance personnel the necessary knowledge to lead projects and make informed decisions. Whether providing introductory information, a deeper dive in a specialized area, or compliance training micro-credentials are right-sized for the need – validating focused knowledge.
Billions of dollars will be gained and lost in these areas over the next five years. The IoT industry is estimated to grow fivefold by 2025 with an estimated 75 billion devices according to Gartner, IDC forecasts AI systems will more than double to $79.2 billion in 2022, while the average cost of a cyber-attack on a company is $3.86 million (IBM). For an organization to succeed in this environment, training and confirming skills is the best investment towards growth.
“There is an imminent need to reskill and upskill the current workforce to meet the evolving demands placed on businesses due to the adoption of emerging technologies. We find CertNexus’ certifications are an excellent solution for employees and companies who are looking to create a technology-focused culture while providing a way to simply validate skills and knowledge,” said Khalaf Haddad, CEO.
“We’re thrilled to have New Horizons Computer Learning Centre of Toronto as our newest Authorized Training Partner,” said Jeff Felice, President, CertNexus. “We’ve developed courses, certifications, and micro-credentials that offer standardizations in the world of cybersecurity, IoT and AI, and the fact that New Horizons has expanded their offerings to include our courses further exemplifies the necessity to certify skill sets such as these. We’re excited to join forces and support their ability to deliver the latest, high-stakes emerging tech training and certifications to the businesses they serve.”
Training dates and more information can be found on the New Horizons website: https://www.nhtoronto.ca
About New Horizons Computer Learning Centre of Toronto
New Horizons Computer Learning Centre of Toronto is part of the New Horizons network, founded in 1982. As the world’s largest independent IT training company, New Horizons offers the most extensive Guaranteed-to-Run schedule available. New Horizons is ranked in the to 5% of the industry for training quality and customer satisfaction. With more than 70 locations throughout North America, the New Horizons network spans six continents and over 35 countries. For more information, please visit https://www.nhtoronto.ca
CertNexus is the global purveyor of vendor-neutral, emerging technology certifications and micro-credentials for IT, Business and Security professionals. CertNexus’ exams meet the most rigorous development standards possible which outline a global framework for developing personnel certification programs to narrow the widening skills gap. CertNexus partners with highly knowledgeable and talented industry experts to ensure the integrity and quality of each exam, with all exams following a rigorous development process. Two CertNexus exams — CyberSec First Responder® (CFR) and Certified Internet of Things Practitioner (CIoTP) — are accredited under the American National Standards Institute (ANSI)/International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 17024:2012 standard. For more information, connect with CertNexus at https://certnexus.com