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This course explicitly deals with an organisation’s ‘Green’ strategy as it relates to the effective use of energy by software, ICT systems and support infrastructure (mechanical and electrical systems) within the data centre.
It will impart an understanding of the purpose of the EU Code of Conduct and how to apply the Code’s best practices at a high-level as well as helping to develop a common language around energy efficiency.
The purpose of the Intermediate Certificate in EU Code of Conduct is to certify that the candidate has gained the knowledge of the need for, engineering principles of, terminology, structure and basic concepts of the EU Code of Conduct in Data Centres along with implementing and obtaining Participant status in the Code.
The Certificate is not intended to enable the holder of the certificate to individually be able to optimise all aspects of a data centre without assistance from technology area experts but will allow the holder to direct such experts to achieve overall efficiency and cost improvements.
Candidates can expect to gain knowledge and understanding in the following areas upon successful completion of the education and examination components related to this certification:
Those that are likely to be interested in obtaining a certification of this nature would include:
There are no formal requirements for entry to this course although it is recommended that all candidates attend an approved training course run by an accredited Training Provider. The overall public exam pass rates are notably higher for candidates who have attended an accredited training course.
Further information about the Intermediate Certificate in EU Code of Conduct in Data Centres can be obtained from our Accredited Training Providers.