The work map, a study prepared by the National Service of Industrial Learning (SENAI) annually, pointed out that the professions in the areas of technology will be the fastest growing in the coming years. O Map elaborated by Senai also foresees that Brazil will have to qualify 10,5 millions of workers in industrial occupations in the superior levels, technical, professional qualification and improvement until 2023.
The trend has been consolidating in recent years and the major problem for improving employability is lack of training. “We find a large shortage of professionals when we enter, for example, specific niches such as the industrial sector, which requires in-depth knowledge of automation (AT) and information technology (IT) networks, as well as where they converge and which are the main differentiations, ”says Thiago Branquinho, CTO of TI Safe.
The company, which is the only company in Brazil to provide training in the areas of monitoring and protection of industrial networks with its own training, created about eight years ago the TI Safe Academy to provide training in the area. “We have seen a steep rise in critical infrastructure security incidents around the world. The training of professionals to work in this area fills a market segment with huge demand from industries whose infrastructure is critical for nations. Therefore, we have developed a course that teaches how to apply ANSI / ISA-99 (current ISA / IEC 62443) best practices in critical infrastructure industrial environments, based on the methodology TI Safe ICS.SecurityFramework®”, Details Thiago Branquinho.
There are 20 class hours taught for a minimum group of 10 students. The training is intended for IT or Industrial Automation professionals who have knowledge of operating systems, network protocols, programming languages, hardware and industrial software. Knowledge of information security and industrial control systems (ICS) is also desirable. The next course in Rio de Janeiro will take place between 10 and 12 September and enrollment is open. For more details go to: TI Safe Academy