13 August 2014 - AFRINIC, the Regional Internet Registry for Africa in collaboration with the Nigeria ICT Forum and Bandwidth Consortium just concluded a four (04) day IPv6 and Internet Number Resources Management training course in Abuja.
The event that took place from 5 to 8 August, was held at Consortium Office, in Abuja, Nigeria and led by Mukom Akong Tamon, Trainer for AFRINIC.
This training falls under AFRINIC's Capacity Building program which aims to help network engineers in AFRICA better plan and manage Internet number resources and IPv6 networks.
The course was attended by 30 network engineers, systems administrators and IT Managers drawn from the telecommunications and Internet service organisations, as well as National agencies, colleges and universities.
We wish to extend our appreciation to the Nigeria ICT Forum and Bandwidth Consortium for hosting this workshop and making it a success.
Highlights of this Training:
- Skills necessary for Network Operators to prepare for the transition from IPV4 to IPV6
- Provide qualitative training for those engineers that managed networks thus providing the knowledge to tackle the problem of quality of service in the telecommunication industry
- Network Engineers acquire knowledge to compete favorably with their counterpart in the global market.
- Enhance the performance of Network Engineers on network management with the ultimate goal of ensuring the sustainable growth of the Nigerian Telecom Industry.
- Boost the productivity level of the network engineers.
For more information on AFRINIC Training please visit our Training website: http://learn.afrinic.net