The SNIA Storage Networking Certification Program (SNCP) provides a strong foundation of vendor-neutral, systems-level credentials that integrates with and complements individual vendor certifications. By continuous enhancement, the course and exams reflect the advances and growth of storage networking technologies. Knowledge Transfer is a proud, primary and recognized contributor to this standard of storage excellence.
Not all storage education is the same. Under SNCP, each company writes or licenses courses. Ours (Knowledge Transfer) is an original curriculum. Because our instructors are active practitioners and involved in the industry standards bodies, it is easy to inject the leading edge and practical experience. We support job-tasks with theory and integrate them in a business context. The course books are well researched and reviewed by academia, industry and end-practitioners. Students tell us that they use our course materials as references long after taking the courses. In addition, the courses are available in multiple instructional formats and languages. We are the only vendor neutral and industry independent source for storage education.
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Please be advised that the credentials, e.g., SCP 2006, SCSE 2006, SCA 2006 and SCSN-E 2006, do not expire, however to be most current, you may choose to take the latest exam or refresh a previous credential by successfully completing the next exam in a given path.
Knowledge Transfer also offers our own study guides, eLearning and practice exams for persons preparing for the SNIA Qualification exams. We prepared them materials with the intent of teaching the subject within context, beginning at the edges of what you should know before jumping into the necessary content. Rather than searching multiple content sources, these resources provide a single, comprehensive source, assembled to make the study easy. They follow designs appropriate to their use. We believe that these courses will help you know the subjects in greater depth and breadth than any other materials available today.
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