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MCSA + CCNA studies at IITC


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Why do you need these qualifications?

- so I'll have a few extra lines in the resume that will be a good addition to the experience I have in the area And local networks and helped me upgrade myself at work later on (until now I've worked privately, now I want to work as an employee in a place where you can progress).

Thanks in advance.

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multicore ...

These certifications are nothing more than a line in the resume, that no interviewer will change if you do not have work experience.

If you insist on the course .. look for smaller colleges (not like IITC and John Bryce which are really expensive!)

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Agree with

multicore ...

These certifications are nothing more than a line in the resume, that no interviewer will change if you do not have work experience.

If you insist on the course .. look for smaller colleges (not like IITC and John Bryce which are really expensive!)

Thank you for the comments, but it's really hard for me to understand - it's clear to me that you understand more than I do, but a resume like mine that already has experience will not add a diploma to weight. Is it really just paper that pays for it 15,000 and that's it? It's hard for me to believe.

I look forward to your comments.

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Yes, it's a piece of paper that does not cost 15 a thousand shekels. The money that the institutions spend on the courses is waste.

Have you studied the material learned there?

I have also reviewed, this is mainly about studying installation and maintenance of 2008 \ 2012 Server and Cisco Systems.

Speaking of work, I, who until now have worked with private customers as a PC technician in a standard hardware environment and environment In order to reach senior positions (in a few years' time) in the field of information security, where to start? - at HELPDESK, or elsewhere as a service technician? What is better?

Thank you very much for answering me so far.

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