Feabhas becomes accredited ARM training partner
Feabhas has become an ARM Accreditation Training Partner (AATP).
This ARM accreditation programme is intended to be “a consistent standard in evaluating knowledge of ARM architecture, helping hiring managers to benchmark job applicants, and for engineers to stand out from the crowd in their job search”.
According to Jo Cooling, director at Feabhas: “Our team has a great deal of knowledge and experience in training on the ARM architecture, so we are pleased to receive this level of recognition within the ARM community.”
Programme originally covered the ARM Cortex-A and Cortex-R processors and it will be extended to the Cortex-M series.
Engineers taking this new accreditation will become ARM Accredited MCU Engineers (AAME). Feabhas will be able to provide the training and exam vouchers to engineers, enabling them to take the exam required to become an AAE or AAME.