HCL Infosystems'' IT training arm, Career Development Centre (CDC), today said it has partnered with IT firm CA for providing training in the US-based company''s technology. HCL CDC will provide CA technology training as part of student career programmes, which will enable students to understand the principle of governing, managing and securing IT and infrastructure management, HCL CDC said in a statement.
"This formidable partnership will meet growing demand for qualified professionals, able to understand and contribute to the increasingly significant role CA technology plays in organisations all over the world," CA Corporate Senior Vice President and General Manager (Asia Pacific and Japan) Gavin Selkirk said. With over 100 centres across the country, HCL CDC offers training programmes on software, hardware and networking, as well as various global certifications in association with global IT firms.
"At HCL CDC, we aim to train our students across best available technological platforms in the world and hence, this tie up with CA is a step in the right direction," HCL Infosystems Executive Vice President George Paul said. The HCL CDC career programme will include CA technologies like CA Spectrum, CA eHealth and CA Access Control.