The world of information technologies is chaotic. Technologists are expected to learn, keep pace and implement ever-evolving technologies. As a technology manager, you will face challenges related to bridging the knowledge gap on your team. Your education and training solution should address these needs:
- Always available: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, On Demand availability
- A variety of education options including online, face to face instructor- led and remote training
- Self-paced learning systems to allow learners to work around their own schedules
- Operational flexibility
With these challenges in mind, Mellanox has customized its Global Education Services to provide more resources for your team. All training includes:
- Learners’ support channels, such as the “Ask the Expert” feature
- Knowledge standardization and verification
- Access to extra free content
- Ability to track and examine learner achievements
- Official global certification by Mellanox
In our day to day tech lives, it is our goal to improve our team’s performance using the right combination of resources and budget, while showing the best return on investment (ROI). This can come at the cost of skipping technical training.
It’s a fact. We are all stressed. We face unreasonable deadlines, prioritization, immediate to-do tasks and budget shortfalls. While trying to survive in this chaotic environment, I hear some customers saying: “I don’t have the time to allow my tech team to get technical training. Even if I have the time, I just can’t afford it.”
Let’s think again.Market standards show that the average number of days a technology employee works each year is 207. The average number of days dedicated to maintenance of ongoing projects is 170 (82.5%). The rest (37 days) of the time is dedicated to “first-time operations and exploration”.
Studies have shown that every day spent in training reduces the ongoing maintenance time by 4% (per participant) on average. This means that from 170 working days, you could save at least 6 days per year per employee if you just provide them just 1 training day. Each training day reduces first-time operations by 20% on average. From 37 working days, you could save at least 7 more days.