Friday, March 26, 2010

CompTIA Network Plus Considered

What is the reason why qualifications from colleges and universities are now falling behind more qualifications from the commercial sector? With university education costs spiralling out of control, together with the IT sector's general opinion that vendor-based training is closer to the mark commercially, we have seen a dramatic increase in Adobe, Microsoft, CISCO and CompTIA based training programmes that supply key solutions to a student at a much reduced cost in terms of money and time. Patently, a certain portion of closely linked information has to be learned, but core specialised knowledge in the areas needed gives a commercially trained person a massive advantage.

The bottom line is: Accredited IT qualifications provide exactly what an employer needs - the title is a complete giveaway: as an example - I am a 'Microsoft Certified Professional' in 'Windows XP Administration and Configuration'. Consequently employers can identify just what their needs are and which qualifications will be suitable to deal with those needs.

Commencing from the viewpoint that it's necessary to locate the job we want to do first, before we can chew over what method of training fulfils our needs, how do we know the right direction? Therefore, if you don't have any experience in the IT market, how could you possibly know what a particular IT employee fills their day with? And of course decide on which educational path is the most likely for a successful result. To get through to the essence of this, we need to discuss a variety of different aspects:

* Your personality type plus what interests you - what work-related things you enjoy or dislike.

* What is the time-frame for the training process?

* Where do you stand on job satisfaction vs salary?

* When taking into account all that computing covers, it's important to be able to take in what is different.

* You should also think long and hard about the amount of time and effort you'll put into your education.

Ultimately, the only real way of covering these is by means of a long chat with someone that has enough background to be able to guide you.

Can job security really exist anymore? In a marketplace like the UK, where industry can change its mind at alarming speeds, we'd question whether it does. In actuality, security now only emerges in a quickly rising market, driven by a shortage of trained workers. These circumstances create the appropriate setting for a higher level of market-security - a far better situation.
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