Datacenter Certifications

Foundation/General Courses

Course 1: Data Center Design Awareness Course
This course will introduce the student to all of the main disciplines associated with a data center (see list below). The material focuses on the important design considerations and the key skills required in order to understand the design concepts applicable to each discipline and their interdependencies.

Course 2: Energy Efficiency Best Practice
This course explores an organisation’s ‘Green’ strategy as it relates to the effective use of energy through the IT power chain: from software, to ICT systems and its support infrastructure (mechanical and electrical systems) within the data center. It will assist data center professionals in identifying and implementing measures to improve the energy efficiency of their existing infrastructure as well as the selection of future technologies and services.

Course 3: DCEP Generalist (Level 1)
The US DOE “Save Energy Now” program has partnered with the industry in the development of a process leading to practitioners becoming qualified to evaluate the energy status and efficiency opportunities in data centers. The key objective of the Data Center Energy Practitioner (DCEP) Program is to accelerate energy savings in the dynamic and energy-intensive marketplace of data centers.

Course 4: DCEP Specialist (Level 2)
The US DOE “Save Energy Now” program has partnered with the industry in the development of a process leading to practitioners becoming qualified to evaluate the energy status and efficiency opportunities in data centers. The key objective of the Data Center Energy Practitioner (DCEP) Program is to accelerate energy savings in the dynamic and energy-intensive marketplace of data centers.

Critical power systems

Course 1: Energy Efficiency Best Practice
This course explores an organisation’s ‘Green’ strategy as it relates to the effective use of energy through the IT power chain: from software, to ICT systems and its support infrastructure (mechanical and electrical systems) within the data center. It will assist data center professionals in identifying and implementing measures to improve the energy efficiency of their existing infrastructure as well as the selection of future technologies and services.

Course 2: Data Center Cooling Professional
The fundamental physical nature of any data center is the conversion of electrical energy into heat and its subsequent dissipation. The so called ‘high density’ era has made thermal management of a data center facility a complex issue, one where availability and efficiency can often conflict. This course has been developed to give individuals a more granular understanding of the key challenges that data center operators face when making IT and network hardware investments and their effect on cooling infrastructure as well as the complexities of managing change.

Course 3: Data Center Power Professional
Within the built environment, data centers, often referred to as mission critical facilities, have particular power requirements that significantly impact how they are designed and operated. Balancing energy costs and infrastructure availability has become a key practice for data center professionals across the globe. This course has been developed to give individuals a more granular understanding of the key challenges that data center operators face when making infrastructure investments as well as the complexities of managing change.

Course 4: Critical Operations Professional
This course looks at the procedures and systems commonly used to operate mission critical IT and telecommunications environments in a manner that maximises uptime and minimises human error.

Energy Efficiency

Course 1:Energy Efficiency Best Practice
This course explores an organisation’s ‘Green’ strategy as it relates to the effective use of energy through the IT power chain: from software, to ICT systems and its support infrastructure (mechanical and electrical systems) within the data center. It will assist data center professionals in identifying and implementing measures to improve the energy efficiency of their existing infrastructure as well as the selection of future technologies and services.

Course 2:Data Center Cooling Professional
The fundamental physical nature of any data center is the conversion of electrical energy into heat and its subsequent dissipation. The so called ‘high density’ era has made thermal management of a data center facility a complex issue, one where availability and efficiency can often conflict. This course has been developed to give individuals a more granular understanding of the key challenges that data center operators face when making IT and network hardware investments and their effect on cooling infrastructure as well as the complexities of managing change.

Course 3:Energy and Cost Manager
This course explicitly deals with an organisation’s strategy as it relates to the effective use of energy by software, ICT systems and support infrastructure (mechanical and electrical systems) within the data center. It will impart an understanding of the use and cost of energy in data centers with an appreciation of the contributing factors, awareness of best practices at a high-level and strategies to control and manage energy efficiency in data centres. Those completing the course will also gain an understanding of what metering is required to comply with the CRC.

HVAC and Cooling

Course :1 Energy Efficiency Best Practice
This course explores an organisation’s ‘Green’ strategy as it relates to the effective use of energy through the IT power chain: from software, to ICT systems and its support infrastructure (mechanical and electrical systems) within the data center. It will assist data center professionals in identifying and implementing measures to improve the energy efficiency of their existing infrastructure as well as the selection of future technologies and services.

Course :2 Data Center Cooling Professional
The fundamental physical nature of any data center is the conversion of electrical energy into heat and its subsequent dissipation. The so called ‘high density’ era has made thermal management of a data center facility a complex issue, one where availability and efficiency can often conflict. This course has been developed to give individuals a more granular understanding of the key challenges that data center operators face when making IT and network hardware investments and their effect on cooling infrastructure as well as the complexities of managing change.

Course :3 DCEP Specialist (Level 2)
The US DOE “Save Energy Now” program has partnered with the industry in the development of a process leading to practitioners becoming qualified to evaluate the energy status and efficiency opportunities in data centers. The key objective of the Data Center Energy Practitioner (DCEP) Program is to accelerate energy savings in the dynamic and energy-intensive marketplace of data centers.

Operations / maintenance

Course 1: Energy and Cost Manager
This course explicitly deals with an organisation’s strategy as it relates to the effective use of energy by software, ICT systems and support infrastructure (mechanical and electrical systems) within the data center. It will impart an understanding of the use and cost of energy in data centers with an appreciation of the contributing factors, awareness of best practices at a high-level and strategies to control and manage energy efficiency in data centres. Those completing the course will also gain an understanding of what metering is required to comply with the CRC.

Course 2:Critical Operations Professional
This course looks at the procedures and systems commonly used to operate mission critical IT and telecommunications environments in a manner that maximises uptime and minimises human error.

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