October 23, 2018
CATA 4.0 Opens the Door to Boost IT Management Education: 32 IT Certifications for Canada’s IT & Non-IT Professionals
IT Management Education
Ottawa, ON… CATAAlliance (www.cata.ca) continued the roll out of the CATA 4.0 business resources model as it announces a partnership with the Global Institute for IT Management to offer a comprehensive set 32 IT management certificates (over 130 courses) designed to boost the capabilities of Canada’s tech workforce.
Courses are taught by an international team of more than 300 prominent professors from multiple universities (e.g., Berkely, Carnegie Mellon, Penn State, Rutgers etc.,) and include expert practitioners. Having faculty from academia and senior practitioners provides an appropriate balance of academic rigor with real world relevance.
Global Institute Founder & CEO, Jerry Luftman, noted, ” Programs are for IT and non-IT executives from entry level to C level. The sweet spot for the new CATA IT Certificates are IT professionals with 10+ years of experience and we are set up for online course delivery.”
(Watch for launch details on a special CATA TECHNOW interview led by CATA CEO, John Reid where 6 specific areas for certification education will be reviewed)
Michael Kelly, CATA National Spokesperson & Dean, Lazaridis School of Business & Economics, said, ” One of CATA’s talent goals is to help prepare organizations for digital transformation, one of the keys to advancing Canada’s competitive innovation nation ranking.”
Kelly concluded, ” This partnership boosts CATA’s 4.0 business model, as together with partners we embrace digital educational models to add digital transformational value.”
Related: CATA 4.0 Opens the Door to Helping Companies Find Talent, Workers Advance Their Careers & Contract Employment Opportunity