Academy of Computer Education Recognized as Accredited Training Center of the Year
By: | Date: 09/21/10
Tags: Cyber Security, EC-Council, CEH (Ethical Hacker)
GREENBELT, Md., Aug. 31 -- The Academy of Computer Education (ACE) was announced as the "Accredited Training Center of the Year" for North America as part of the annual EC-Council Awards for 2010.
The EC-Council Awards winners are selected from the EC-Council Training Partner network, which includes over 450 training centers throughout 70 countries. "We are honored to receive this prestigious award," said Ralph P. Sita, Jr., CPA School Director for ACE. "It is a testament to the high-quality training we are able to offer with our Advanced Security division."
Joe McCray, an instructor at the Academy of Computer Education, was also recognized as an "Instructor of the Year" by the EC-Council.
"Joe McCray is an amazing instructor who is able to use his extensive real world experience to give our students a learning environment that they just can't get elsewhere," said Sita.
The annual EC-Council Awards recognize Accredited Training Centers and Certified EC-Council instructors that have made contributions to the information security community. Winners will receive their awards at the Hacker Halted USA 2010 conference, which is held October 13-15 in Miami, Florida.
About the Academy of Computer Education
The Academy of Computer Education (ACE) offers computer training and IT certification courses in Maryland, DC and Virginia. ACE has become a leading training provider for Information Assurance and IT Security courses, through their newly launched Advanced Security division. Their hacker training - http://www.trainace.com/security/courses/ceh - instruction is the flagship of a double-digit information security course offering. Visit http://www.trainace.com/security for more information.