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Co-badging agreement between the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA) and the IPv6 Forum on the National Infocomm Competency Framework (NICF) Accredited IPv6 Training Programmes
Singapore, 27 December 2013:  The WDA and the IPv6 Forum have officially announced the agreement of co-badging of the NICF Accredited IPv6 training programmes from now till 30 November 2014.
Trainees who have completed and passed the NICF accredited IPv6 courses delivered by Progreso Networks (S) Pte Ltd, will be awarded with a certification from the IPv6 Education Certification Logo Program, that is recognised internationally via the IPv6 Forum and locally via the Singapore Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) System.
The co-badging certification applies to the following NICF accredited IPv6 courses:
  • NICF-IPv6 Foundation
  • NICF-IPv6 Professional
  • other up-coming NICF-IPv6 courses
This is the first co-badging certification recognised by the WDA and the IPv6 Forum for the successful collaboration on the accreditation of IPv6 training programmes to the NICF.
“It is a good testament for the IPv6 Training Programmes to get recognition from both the government and the global IPv6 certification body. Progreso is committed to help build a pipeline of skilled professionals in IPv6 technologies to meet the requirements of the ICT industry in Singapore. We are pleased to have the support from the WDA and the IPv6 Forum for supporting our commitment. With the NICF-IPv6 co-badging certification collaboration, we are looking forward to have more qualified ICT professionals trained with Progreso’s suite of IPv6 certified courses that are accredited by WDA under the NICF programme. ” 
– Mr Linus Tan, Business Development Director from Progreso Training / Vice-chairman of IPv6 Forum (Singapore Chapter) Education Certification Programme.
Progreso has currently trained almost 150 professionals under the NICF accredited IPv6 programmes since December 2012. To date, we have close to 6,500 trainees in IPv6 technologies.
*For NICF training programmes, that are offered by Progreso, Singaporeans and Singaporean PRs would be eligible for up to 70% course funding support.
For further information, please contact Progreso Training at  65 6509 9600 or email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
* Terms and conditions apply.


Accelerating IPv6 adoption with the first IPv6 System Administrator course in Asia

15 August 2013 - The IPv6 Forum Education Logo Programme Committee has released a new programme; IPv6 Education System Administration Certification Logo Programme in 2012. This programme has been largely defined by Mukom Akong T. (AFRINIC) with inputs from Nishal Goburdhan (AFRINIC), Owen Delong (Huricane Electric) and Daniel Shaw (AFRINIC), to certify System Administrator Courses, Trainers and System Administrators with the Gold Logo level.

Most IPv6 training has traditionally focused on the networking aspects and targeted network engineers. However as in most organisations, systems administrators tend to be different from network engineers and so there is a need to specifically target them with training aligned with their typical job functions. The IPv6 Education System Administration Certification Logo Programme will assist systems administrators acquire the skills to deploy, run and troubleshoot IPv6 enabled networks.

Progreso Training has developed its own system administrator training course in August 2013.  It is the first IPv6 System Administrators course in Asia which certified by IPv6 Forum. Its objective is to train engineers and system administrators who want to have an in-depth knowledge of setting up and maintaining IPv6 DNS, Web, Email and NMS services and maintain the required services infrastructure that will further drive IPv6 adoption. The course also includes lots of hands-on lab exercises that will strengthen the participants theoretical knowledge.  

In the past couple of years, IPv6 adoption has been rising sharply and the introduction of this course has come in indeed timely.

The IPv6 Forum Certified System Administrator (Gold) course is imperative for system administrators as it allows them to understand the implication of IPv6 and its implementation in systems and services managed by them. This effort will fill-up a critical IPv6 knowledge gap between network engineers and system administrators to enable smoother end-to-end IPv6 deployments.

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