Oakbrook Terrace, IL (Vocus) March 11, 2008
The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA), the worldÂs leading provider of vendor-neutral certifications for technology professionals, will feature its CompTIA Convergence+ certification at this monthÂs VoiceCon conference.
CompTIA will exhibit in Booth #318 at VoiceCon Orlando 2008, scheduled for March 17Â20, 2008, at the Gaylord Palms Hotel in Orlando, Fla.
On Wednesday, March 19 at VoiceCon Orlando, CompTIA and BCR Training (http://bcrtraining.com/) will present an educational program titled ÂThe Convergence of Employer Needs and Future Employee Skills.Â Ann Behler, Dean of Business, Computing and Career Services at Orange Coast College (http://www.orangecoastcollege.edu/), Costa Mesa, Calif., will speak on how businesses and education have and will come together to address the
need for qualified employees in the convergence space, as well as where convergence training and certifications such as CompTIA Convergence+ fit in. The session is scheduled for 3:45 Â 4:15 p.m.
CompTIA Convergence+ is a vendor-neutral certification that validates a technician's ability to design, implement and manage both data and voice networking. The certification exam covers a broad area of knowledge required to bring voice and data onto a single network, including knowledge of telephony, network engineering, applications, hardware and architecture, management, and security.
For more information on CompTIA Convergence+, visit CompTIA at Booth #318 at VoiceCon Orlando, or go to http://certification.comptia.org/convergence/.
The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) is the voice of the world's $3 trillion information technology industry. CompTIA membership extends into more than 100 countries and includes companies at the forefront of innovation; the channel partners and solution providers they rely on to bring their products to market; and the professionals responsible for maximizing the benefits organizations receive from their technology investments. For more information, visit http://www.comptia.org.