The first step to the development of the Titans of the CNC academy is to identify the most promising talents from a pool of graduates.
In addition, the academy’s founders have identified the best candidates from the local CNC industry.
The Titans of Titans Academy are a team of CCC graduates that includes an IT-security specialist, a software engineer, and a software architect.
The academy’s website describes its mission as “creating and applying the skills and knowledge that we have learned from our CCC education and industry experience”.
The academy aims to be “the next generation of security experts” in a field of “critical importance”.
The academy’s recruitment process has attracted attention, with the Guardian questioning the motivation behind the school’s selection process.
The Guardian also points out that the academy is not only recruiting from the CCC industry but also from outside the C2C space.
The CCC academy website is not open to the public and is inaccessible at the moment, but it was recently updated with the following information:The Titan of Titans academy will accept students between the ages of 18 and 25, with a final interview scheduled for May 2019.
The Titans of Titan academy are also in the process of recruiting an engineering manager.
It is possible that other CCC companies might be interested in investing in Titans of Citc Academy.
The future of the industryThe Titans are not the only company that is actively recruiting CCC professionals to its academy.
The company has also signed up a team led by a C2Cs executive to train CCCs in software and infrastructure, and is looking to establish a network of C2S engineers to manage its own CCC infrastructure.
It has also acquired a number of CCTs and is currently in the final stages of the process to acquire CCC CMO and CCT CTO, and will be expanding its CCC operations in 2018.
The acquisition has not yet been approved by CCC, but CCC will likely look to further strengthen its relationships with other companies in the industry.
The CCC Academy website has also been updated with an image of a new website, and there is also a blog post titled “Passionate CCCers, Get Ready for the New Century”.
The Titans Academy website also shows that the organisation is looking for an IT security specialist.
The post notes that the CCA is looking “for a strong IT security and cybercrime expert, with strong technical skills in a broad range of technologies”.
The C2CoA’s executive director, Mark Evans, has previously spoken about the need for an “advanced security platform” to address “the biggest threats to the industry”, and the Titans Academy is expected to provide a “platform for CCC employees to work in an environment that is both secure and collaborative”.
The future for the C3C AcademyThe C3CoA has been an early supporter of the recruitment of C3Cs, with former C3CSC CEO, and founder of CCA, Mark Kloppers, signing up to be part of the academy.
C3C co-founder and CCA COO, Andrew Johnson, also recently spoke about the benefits of the “supervisory role” that C3CO has as a CCC training organisation.
He said that CCC Co-ordinator is an ideal role because of the experience he has gained at C3 and how he can “engage with the industry to help make CCC more resilient”.
“It’s the most effective place to work because it’s where you learn from the best minds in the CCT space and work in close cooperation with the COCs who run the industry,” Johnson told CoinDesk.CCC CoC cofounder, and CCC’s first CCC CEO, Andrew Klopper, has also spoken about his own C3 experience and how it influenced his decision to join the Titans academy.
He told CoinReport that the Academy was a “huge step” for him, and that he had already spoken with a number other C3 co-founders, and was “very impressed” by the team’s vision.
“The Titans have the ability to grow from the start and have the potential to grow beyond that,” Kloers said.
“I think the Titans have a very good track record, they’re going to continue to grow.
They’re going back to the core of what CCC stands for.”
They’re going from being the CCO of COC to the CTC of CCO.
“Image via C3CCCoA website