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Some of the world’s leading IT experts discuss how to enter a career in IT at any age and if anyone can do it.

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Are advancements in technology causing the growing IT skills gap?

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Huge advancements in technology mean there are more skilled workers needed across many roles throughout the industry. Are you ready to start your career in IT and help bridge the skills gap? 

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Jobs for highly qualified people in technology is set to rise by 16 million.

A career in IT is one of the tech industry’s most varied and rewarding roles to be in. It can involve anything from working with or maintaining computers to handling storage, networking and data processing.

With IT certifications available for all levels of experience, it is the perfect place to start a career in the tech industry.

There is a UK skills shortage, with 100,000 people needed to fill IT jobs and 700,000 required across Europe.

Chosen not to go to university? Graduated but still finding it hard to get a job? Looking for a complete career change?

If any of these situations apply to you, and you love all things tech, a career in IT might be the best option for you.

Working in IT encapsulates all forms of technologies in companies from the very small – think family business – to the very large – think Google.

It moves fast. If you like change and you like a dynamic environment where you’re always learning, this is the space for you– Dave Sobel, Senior Director of MSP Evangelism SolarWinds

Skills you need:

Willingness to learn
Passion and keen interest in technology
Basic computer skills
Communication skills
Able to take instruction

Embarking on a training course in IT is the first step towards a lucrative and rewarding career.

Getting certified in IT from one of the world’s leading organisations can help you start, or advance your career. Your IT career can vary, and there are many different routes throughout the career.

Our entry level IT training will give you the skills needed to advance your career to the next level.

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Junior IT Specialist
£25k
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You can earn
£59k
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IT Director
£93k
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£59k

You can earn an average of £58,650.00 a year

90% of hiring managers value IT certification, giving you a competitive edge to land the job

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