NEW YORK, March 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- NetCom Learning and BRAC USA are partnering in NetCom Learning's Love of Learning program to provide education for children in disadvantaged communities around the world. The Love of Learning, which is part of the nationwide Learning Movement, was created by Russell Sarder, the CEO of NetCom Learning, who is originally from Bangladesh. NetCom Learning has long had as its aim to promote the values of lifelong learning as part of its corporate social responsibility initiative. To create this program NetCom Learning is partnering with BRAC USA, a nonprofit organization that works to help individuals create better futures for themselves and for the communities in which they live. NetCom Learning and BRAC USA expect to be able to raise funds to open more than thirty new preprimary schools for children in the next few months thanks to clients and partners in the Love of Learning program.
(Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130326/NY83549LOGO )The Love of Learning is tied to class registrations at NetCom Learning. For every technical course registration that occurs with a prepaid price of $2,000 or more NetCom Learning contributes funding for a child's education for a year in a developing country. NetCom Learning is an innovative leader in IT, business and executive training to companies, individuals, and government agencies. The organization offers over 1,000 training courses from more than 20 vendors such as Microsoft, CompTIA, CISCO, PMI, Autodesk, and more.In this way, by registering for a training course, NetCom Learning students not only become certified in their fields, they will gain powerful knowledge they need for their job but more importantly they are contributing to the future of a child around the world.
"NetCom Learning would like to invite everyone to join with us in promoting and celebrating this Love of Learning initiative," said Russell Sarder, CEO of NetCom Learning. "Our purpose is to promote lifelong learning around the world, and every student that signs up for a class is helping us to make this possible. We want to get everyone educated and on the road to lifelong learning," said Sarder.Love of Learning