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IT qualifications

 
#1 IT qualifications
16/09/2008 10:32

Fairly new graduate

I have recently started my first job which is a BA role and I am thinking the best way to progress. What IT qualifications would people recommend? I was thinking of doing a masters in something like information systems but would professional qualifications be a better investment? I currently have a Prince2 foundation qualification, Would it be worth upgrading this to practitioner, the cost is about £400.

Thanks for your help.

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#2 RE: IT qualifications
16/09/2008 10:59

anon to Fairly new graduate (#1)

At your level (new graduate) I doubt you will benefit on anything higher than Prince2 foundation

The masters will not hurt you - and it will give you a good framework for understanding IT (the only other way to get this is by working in a consultancy)

However remember IT tends to be about soft skills, particularly in BA/project management work. If you are starting out, you may want to focus on developing these for a bit. Also in 6-12 months you may decide you hate your job and prefer to spend the money on re-training as a plumber.

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