Local ICT Academy ICE Malta took to social media to share results from Cisco’s 2021 Academy Report which ranked it as the best Maltese institute for Cisco training.
The annual report ranks academies based on students’ pass rate, exam results, quality of instructors, lab effectiveness, and student support. ICE Malta placed first in all five areas.
“We won’t get comfy, rather, we’ll make sure we’ll beat our own records next year,” ICE Malta Co-Founder and CEO Nikolai Sammut wrote.
“Whether in class or online live, our study experience will always remain student-centric and we will continue to deliver world-class learning that inspires, motivates, and empowers talent across all levels to become industry-ready and remain at the top of their game,” Mr Sammut continued.
The Cisco Academy Report shows that ICE Malta’s student pass rate is 22 per cent higher than the national average and that its educators are the highest rated locally. 99.2 per cent of students also reported that ICE Malta’s support team is satisfactory.
Such results cover the period when ICE Malta shifted its lessons to an online live delivery method.
Founded in 2011, ICE Malta delivers study experiences to individuals and teams from all over the globe. Its areas of expertise include ICT skills in code, technical, creative, and productivity study paths.
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