Chief Learning Officer Magazine named CA Technologies a 2011 LearningElite organization. Developed under the guidance of chief learning officers and senior workforce development practitioners, this award recognizes companies for their efforts in learning strategy, learning execution, learning impact (internal), business performance results (external) and leadership commitment.
“We are delighted to be acknowledged as a leader in education by Chief Learning Officer,” said Brad Samargya, chief learning officer, CA Technologies. “This accomplishment further validates CA Education’s efforts to provide our customers, employees and partners with training programs that help make them successful.”
CA Technologies was also recognized as a leader in education by Elearning! Media Group. The company earned the 15th spot in the corporate category of the Learning! 100 for its Mainframe Academy program. The 8-week program was recognized for its collaborative, vendor-agnostic approach that blends instructor-led classroom learning with virtual and self-paced lessons designed to teach core programming skills for managing mainframe environments.
“The Learning! 100 award is a testament of our efforts to help meet the skill gap challenges faced by today’s mainframe organizations,” continued Samargya. “We are committed to delivering the programs needed to help the next generation of workforce master these must needed core programming skills.”
For information on registration or to apply for a scholarship for Mainframe Academy with CA Technologies, please visit: http://www.ca.com/lpg/mainframe-academy.aspx.