NCTI, the Colorado-based provider of cable and broadband technology training services, has signed a three-year enterprise license agreement with Schurz Communications, Inc.
Under the deal, Schurz will have the ability to select content applicable to its own specific business objectives at heavily discounted rates, NCTI said. NCTI is also helping Schurz to build career progression programs.
The program is expected to launch in mid-to-late February, beginning with technicians.
“SCI ardently believes the most valuable asset to any company is its employees,” Tom Williams, VP of engineering and technology for Schurz’s broadband division, said in a statement. Vice President of Engineering and Technology, Broadband Division. “We want to attract and retain the best talent, and the best talent needs to know their employer cares enough to invest in their future.”
On the cable side, SCI operates Antietam Broadband (Hagerstown, Md.); Orbitel Communications (Maricopa, Ariz.); and Long Lines Broadband (Sergeant Bluff, Iowa).