The 21st Century is the computer age, and on almost any job application, the person specification requires at the very least some proficiency with Microsoft Office programs. Now, while these were and are taught in schools, technology advances at such a rate that, for those in the IT profession, it is well worth considering IT training to keep up to date with the latest developments. For those wishing to gain a step-up in their career, IT specialists are always in demand, and with training it is possible to advance along a different path in either your chosen industry, or another as an IT specialist.
Of course, IT training is an investment, and it is possible that an existing employer might, if they feel the candidate is right for the position and worth the investment, offer to pay or part-pay for the candidate’s IT training, with some even allowing for the training to take place during working hours under some kind of arrangement by which the candidate works off the expense the company lays out.
However, the likelihood of this is low unless the company has a special interest in IT itself. The majority of IT Training candidates and students will be taking the training on their own time and at their own expense with a view to shifting careers in that direction. The benefit of this is that a career in IT is a rewarding one both monetarily and in other ways too and can more than justify the initial investment the training requires.
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