How do you land an entry-level job in IT or ICT?
Hiring managers have a one-word answer: Certification.
75% of managers believe that certifications are important to performance.
66% of managers believe that certifications improve the level of service and support offered to IT end users and customers.
Certifications are essential for transitional or entry level workers.
Multiple certifications significantly increase the likelihood of employment success by +30%
The Value of Certification
Certification is an industry-recognized validation of skills, and is a proven differentiator—whether the individual is a seasoned IT professional looking to demonstrate his or her value to the organization, or someone looking to break into the industry for the first time. Robert Half International reports that CIOs say that IT recruiting is more of a challenge compared to other employment sectors. It is reported that skill gaps are on the rise, with 4 in 10 organizations reporting an increase in IT skill gaps.
What are the benefits to learners?
These skill gaps are mitigated when IT professionals document and authenticate their skills by certifications, thereby separating themselves from the crowd of job-seekers with undocumented expertise. A certification testifies to an employee’s knowledge, commitment and professionalism. It contributes to career growth and is great for the résumé, especially in a tough job market.
What are the benefits of certifications to business?
Certification helps an employer make hiring decisions and is critical for many businesses. Certifications help business leaders feel confident that the people charged with designing and maintaining their mission-critical technologies are competent and able to troubleshoot appropriately.
Certificaton programs Offered
CompTIA A+ Certification
CompTIA Network + Certification
CompTIA Security + Certification
CIW Site Development Associate Certification (Coding 99)
Microsoft MCSA Certification
Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Certification