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Vocational Education can be at the secondary or post-secondary level and can interact with the apprenticeship system. Increasingly, vocational education can be recognized in terms of recognition of prior learning and partial academic credit towards tertiary education (e.g., at a university) as credit; however, it is rarely considered in its own form to fall under the traditional definition of a higher education.

Certifications of a higher education

1. IT certifications make you stand apart from competing candidates in a competitive job market.

2. Earning the latest IT certifications proves your skills are current in a rapidly changing field.

3. Certified technology professionals earn higher salaries than their non-certified counterparts.

4. Certified IT professionals earn respect and credibility among colleagues and employers.

5. Independent consultants and analysts can leverage certifications to win new business.

6. 40% of certified pros credit IT certifications for helping them land a job or promotion.

7. Committing the time and resources to get certified proves your dedication to your IT career.

8. Certified professionals gain access to a global community of like-mined professionals.

9. IT certification increases your career options; some companies, and even certain industries, such as  the opportunity-rich Government IT sector, only hire certified professionals.

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1. Certifications make student stand out in the resume stack and the workplace.Proceed with IT- DCI Certificate Courses to begin or advance your IT career >

2. We provide current, reliable and clearly organized information about the hottest IT certifications from industry leaders.

3. IT certifications validate your ability to use a specific technology or perform a particular IT job role.

IT-DCI prides itself on its long term relationship. We are proud of the fact that we have many satisfied Students, who will always turn to IT-DCI whenever they need a specialist solution in IT Education.

Benefits of IT Certification for Students:

1. Certifications: The #1 way to obtain a job in IT is to have certifications.  Corporations and governmental organizations want proof that you have knowledge of current operating systems and applications.  That proof comes from certifications as it is very difficult to prove you know how to correctly use current systems otherwise.  Human Resource employees are told to look for those certifications on resumes before considering an interview.

2. Networking: Many employees are aware of job openings in their organization and can be a source of providing information about those jobs.  They will be more than willing to discuss these opportunities as it will help their organization when these positions are filled.  These employees may get bonuses or positive comments from supervisors for their help in filling open positions.

3. Research – Find out what the job requires at a minimum and all of the related work that will be done in the position. Prepare other skills and knowledge necessary to learn the additional skills that will be required in the job.  Find out what others have done to be successful and had similar positions currently or previously.

4. Preparation - Prepare yourself with knowledge and skills to be able to correctly answer questions related to the position.  Put together a little mini-LAN of a work station and server and work on many of the requirements of networking.  If your job will involve programming, purchase books in the required language and work hard to develop your skill set in that language prior to interviews.

5. Resume – Ensure that your resume reflects your strongest abilities prominently.  If you have certifications, put those in a prominent position to quickly indicate you have knowledge of how to implement current systems.   If you have been in the IT field previously in related work, indicate that near the top.  If you have great educational accomplishments, put that near the top to instill confidence in the reviewer of your resume.  Ensure that all words are correctly spelled, and all grammar is correct.

6. Job Boards – Post your resume on IT job boards where potential employers can find you.   If you have certifications it will be easy for potential employers to find you.

7. Opportunity – Read business and government publications about expansions of companies and governmental agencies.  Newly expanded locations will need staffing at the new location to accomplish the required work.  Companies who have successfully started with an IPO to create capital will now be looking to hire to get their products moving.

8. Expand Your Skills – If you have been working in the Network Administration for Microsoft to implement, manage, and maintain desktop operating systems and server operating systems expand your knowledge into the Cisco areas of routers and switches.  Communications between locations will require routers and switches to properly provide data and voice ability outside of the local area network.

9. Move Up From Your Current Job – Many higher paying and more challenging positions are available in your current organization for those who have the skill sets to do them.  Treat each day of work as an opportunity to learn.   Ask others how they accomplish aspects of their job each day and learn how to do them.  Ask supervisors how they do certain functions each day to be able to assist when necessary.

10. Jobs in the Middle East – Many large providers of contractors are looking for jobs to be filled in the Middle East.  Some are in countries where military are stationed in a hostile environment, and many are not.  There are many jobs available to support the efforts of our military, the pay is quite high and there are large tax breaks for earning income overseas.

Benefits of IT Certification for Industry:

75% of IT Managers believe certifications are important to team performance.

Companies can use IT certifications to invest in and promote their most promising employees.

IT certifications allow businesses to quickly assess candidate skill level and find the right person for the job.

Companies employing certified IT professionals experience lower turnover and increased productivity.

66% of managers believe certifications improve the overall level of service and support offered to IT customers.

Certifications & the IT universe

Certifications are an important part of the IT universe. To advance in your career, you’ll probably need to be certified in specific areas. In addition to certifications, many employers require real-world experience relevant to those certifications. You can expand your experience to match your new certifications.

The right certifications not only showcase your skills and knowledge; they can open the door to many new and lucrative opportunities. Knowing what’s available and which certifications are best for you will help to guide your certification path for a long and successful IT career.

1. Higher pay. Seek higher-paying contract positions that offer additional freedoms.

2. Flexibility and control over your schedule. Typically offer more flexible hours and personal control over your work schedule.

3. Flexibility to try new things. Offers the flexibility to explore new fields and new work environments with no strings attached. When your contract ends, you’re free and clear to explore new areas of interest.

4. Opportunities to expand your skill set and learn new technologies. Helpful if you’re looking to expand your skill sets and learn new technologies. You can gain a wide variety of experience in a relatively short period of time increases the types of positions you’ll be qualified for in the future. Each new employer will have a different environment and use different devices, applications, and processes.

5. Opportunities to expand your network and contacts. Able to develop a strong network of industry contacts. For new jobs or looking for references, these contacts are highly valuable.

6. Access to different businesses or sectors. One of the best ways to get into a large or highly sought-after company. The competition for jobs isn’t as fierce, and the experience can be valuable, both on your résumé and in terms developed while working for various businesses.

7. Experience with different IT environments. Grab opportunities at large enterprises in the future. When ready to move on, it’s easier to fill in these gaps and make yourself more broadly employable.

8. Experience to back your certifications. Certifications are an important part of the IT universe. To advance in your career, you’ll probably need to be certified in specific areas. In addition to certifications, many employers require real-world experience relevant to those certifications. You can expand your experience to match your new certifications.

9. Income to pay the bills while you look for a permanent position. If you’re determined to get hired in a full-time permanent role, you can take on contract work to maintain an income during the search and application process.

10. More stability. This might seem counter intuitive, but many IT contractors maintain a better sense of job stability than those who are permanently employed. As a result of the benefits mentioned above, those with contract experience tend have an easier time landing jobs when the opportunities arise. Employers know that people with a lot of contract work experience tend to be versatile and able to adapt to new situations with ease.