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Do not know what to learn for a career .. stuck


Iv0ry

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Peace, 
I studied for a bachelor's degree 
Now I'm studying for a master's degree
In subjects that are not directly related to computers (city planning)

I want to learn something about computers so I have more options
I've heard about GIS but I do not connect to it so ..

I saw that there was a new course of cyber shields at John Bryce and I wanted to know what you think about the course and about the college?
http://marketing.johnbryce.co.il/minisites/cyber/?ls=2146&source=6&utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=cyber_US8380-108&utm_content=Lookalike
And are there other places that you recommend me to learn to integrate into the IT field?
I do not really connect to telephone support centers, preferring to make my own product in front of the computer, and less in front of customers if there is such a thing ..

Thanks

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This course of John Bryce is work in the eye like all their "professional" courses. You will come out with a very basic knowledge of information security that will not help you get any normal work in the field. A waste of money.

If you want to change a profession, I recommend you enroll in the computer science track at the Open University, for example, and look for an IT student job in a normal company.

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This course of John Bryce is work in the eye like all their "professional" courses. You will come out with a very basic knowledge of information security that will not help you get any normal work in the field. A waste of money.

If you want to change a profession, I recommend you enroll in the computer science track at the Open University, for example, and look for an IT student job in a normal company.

Thanks, is this partner considered IT?

 

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This course of John Bryce is work in the eye like all their "professional" courses. You will come out with a very basic knowledge of information security that will not help you get any normal work in the field. A waste of money.

If you want to change a profession, I recommend you enroll in the computer science track at the Open University, for example, and look for an IT student job in a normal company.

 

How I like your firmness. Simply decapitate heads left and right. I know a few guys who have completed a Java programming course at John Bryce and have been working for a number of years in the industry with a respectable salary.

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