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SCTE-ISBE, NCTC Team on Training

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EXTON, Pa. -- The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE), its global arm, the International Society of Broadband Experts (ISBE), and the National Cable Television Cooperative, Inc. (NCTC) today announced a partnership that is designed to bring the benefits of SCTE•ISBE’s industry-leading technology training to NCTC member workforces.

Under the agreement, SCTE•ISBE will provide NCTC members with discounted prices for all online training courses, including those that are included in SCTE•ISBE’s CORTEX Expert Development System. NCTC and SCTE•ISBE also will mutually support promotional opportunities that are designed to highlight the availability and benefits of SCTE•ISBE training, as well as other NCTC and SCTE•ISBE events and projects.

“SCTE•ISBE has always been a key provider of training for our industry,” said Rich Fickle, President and CEO of NCTC. “We believe that our ability to help technology workforces access SCTE•ISBE learning and development resources can help improve business results for our member companies.”

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