LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., 28 February 2014 – IEEE Computer Society, the community for technology leaders, is pleased to announce that Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Ltd. (Cyberport), an Asia Pacific-based information and communications technology hub, is enlisting IEEE Computer Society's TechLeader Training Partner Program for its Entrepreneurship Centre as one of the training tools to help nurture tech startups and create more business opportunities.
The Cyberport Entrepreneurship Centre nurtures and strengthens ICT startups by offering comprehensive training, financial assistance, support and professional services of all kinds in different stages of enterprise development.
"The TechLeader Training Partner Program draws on the expertise of an established global computing association to bring companies the resources they need to provide employees with cost-effective technical training," said Chris Ruoff, IEEE Computer Society senior manager of sales and channel development. "We are delighted to offer the tools and training to help Cyberport reach its goals."
"Providing high-quality and practical training to our incubatees and entrepreneurs is so important during their startup journey. Cyberport is pleased to partner with IEEE Computer Society in providing the program to these young talents. We hope to equip them on the latest techniques and trends from the leaders in the IT industry and to get them ready to grow to the next level," said David Chung, chief technology officer of Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Ltd.
Featuring either standard or customized packages of training resources, the TechLeader Training Partner Program includes online courses, videos, certifications, books, and mentoring on cutting-edge technical and professional topics such as IT Security, Java, Cisco, Visual Basic, C#, and Management; webinars tailored to company needs; and customized training courses featuring a roster of IEEE Computer Society industry experts.
Companies can design programs to meet their objectives and strategic goals and ensure that training goals are met within budget. Included in the program is a digital subscription to the monthly Computer magazine.