MCSE Training Centre
As you explore the MCSE Training Center, you are probably in one of two situations: Perhaps you’re thinking about making a radical career change to enter the IT world, and research shows that there’s a great need for certified network technology professionals. Or perhaps you have some computer skills and want to improve your resume with an MCSE degree.
We recommend that you see evidence that your vendor is actually teaching you the latest version of Microsoft. Many trainees are demoralize when they learn that they have been trained on an outdate MCSE course that needs to be revised. Training companies should try to find the best program for their trainees. Destination training is not only about telling people what route to take, but also about helping them reach their destination.
Given the number of options available, should we be surprise that a large percentage of students don’t understand which career is best for them? What chance do we have of understanding many aspects of a particular career if we’ve never been there? We are also unlikely to have met anyone in that role.
It is important to think through many questions to determine the right answers:
tasks you like and, on the other side of the coin, what you don’t like doing.
time do you need to retrain?
do you feel about job satisfaction versus salary?
Given the huge variation in IT, it’s important to be able to see the differences.
You also need to think hard about the time and effort you’re going to spend on training.
In the end, the best way to check all of this is to talk to someone who, because of their years of experience, will give you reliable advice.
Many training companies offer only basic support from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (maybe a little earlier or later on certain days); not many works late (after 8-9 p.m.) or pay adequately on weekends. Avoid companies that use “after-hours” call centers: callbacks are schedule for regular business hours. This is useless when you are stuck and the question could have been answered during your scheduled training period.
We recommend looking for training programs with three or four different support centers around the world. They should be integrated in such a way as to provide easy and constant access when you need it, with minimal hassle. If you choose less than 24-hour support with direct access, you will end up blaming yourself. You may not use it at night, but what about weekends, evenings and early mornings?
Let’s face it:
there is no such thing as individual job security anywhere these days; there is only market and industry security: companies can simply eliminate anyone when it suits their business needs. Security today exists only because of a rapidly growing market fueled by a shortage of qualified personnel. It is this shortage that provides a favorable backdrop for a higher level of security in the marketplace, a much better situation.
As a recent e-Skills analysis showed, the IT skills shortage in the country is currently about 26%. What’s more, it clearly shows that the UK is only able to find three eligible accredited workers for every four jobs that currently exist. This disturbing reality clearly demonstrates the urgent need for more commercially qualified IT professionals across the UK. In fact, retraining in IT for a year or two is probably the best career choice you can make.
You have to make sure that all your qualifications are up to date and meet employers’ requirements; don’t even consider training that leads to a self-produced certificate (which is just as useless as if you printed it yourself). You will find that only recognized certifications from companies such as Microsoft, Adobe, Cisco, and CompTIA will make a difference to employers.