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Global Knowledge announces instructor recruitment drive

Global Knowledge has announced that it is embarking on a pan-European recruitment drive to meet growing demand for its scheduled and tailored courses in Cisco and Microsoft solutions and technologies.

The company is planning to recruit a total of 35 additional instructors with experience in developing or delivering sales training programmes in these environments.

Richard Pryor-Jones, Global Knowledge's EMEA president said: “We have a great opportunity for you to work in a leading-edge technology environment within our European Instructor Team, building vendor relationships and supporting course deliveries in numerous European countries.

“If you are looking for an exciting new challenge and opportunities to expand your own skills and extend your personal development, I urge you to review our website for the latest career openings.”

Michael Pohl, Cisco business development director at Global Knowledge said that the training market is about to change significantly with both the technology landscape and the potential for talented individuals within it, widening.

He said: “We envisage that this will impact the training business dramatically and we're working hard to ensure that Global Knowledge is well-positioned for future advances in technology by recruiting dedicated instructors to cover European demands and extending the Global Knowledge brand into new markets.”

The company has immediate opportunities for both Cisco-and Microsoft- dedicated learning professionals. In the Cisco business these range from instructing the product-related Cisco Sales Expert (CSE)/Cisco Sales Associate (CSA) courses, through teaching core sales skills, to specialist courses aimed at advanced sales techniques and selling to market verticals.

Global Knowledge says there is an even wider range of requirements in the Microsoft arena.

Jeffrey Smithies, Global Knowledge EMEA product director for Microsoft, said: “We have identified a need to recruit multiple Microsoft knowledge specialists to focus on key technology areas including; security, Windows Server 2003 and 2008 and Active Directory.

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