CompTIA with Global Information Technology gives you Success.
A leader in providing vendor-neutral certifications for skilled IT professionals. As a CompTIA Authorized Partner, Global Information Technology is recognized as a leader in the computer training field. Our comprehensive CompTIA authorized curriculum provides you with the IT skills you need on the job. With a robust schedule of course offerings, CompTIA approved curriculum and CompTIA certified instructors , we put CompTIA certification within reach.
CompTIA certifications are vendor-neutral credentials that cover the specific tasks and knowledge required for IT jobs, and are well-recognized in the industry.Eighty-six percent of IT hiring managers place a high or medium priority on IT certifications during the job candidate evaluation process, according to a 2011 CompTIA survey.IT professionals with certifications on their resume command better jobs, earn higher salaries and have more doors open to new multi-industry opportunities. The average salary for a CompTIA A+ certified tech in 2010 was $50,364, according to a ComputerWorld salary survey.
Ensure Competent and Current Employees
CompTIA’s vendor-neutral certifications ensure professionals have the foundation-level knowledge and skills to perform in IT job roles. With a well-rounded set of technology, business and soft skills, they are prepared to support the technologies they’ll encounter in today’s multi-vendor – – Computing environments.
CompTIA certifications are developed with the support of IT industry-leading companies and organizations, and validated by field experts around the world. Many government agencies and contractors have found that requiring certification increases employee retention and productivity and keeps employees up-to-date on current technologies. Government agencies and contractors that currently employ CompTIA-certified professionals include:
The U.S. Department of Defense recognizes CompTIA certifications in its technical and management tracks for information assurance technicians and managers under DoD Directive 8570.1M. CompTIA certifications are also part of the State Department Skills Incentive Program (SIP).
To keep up with new IT projects and service delivery commitments, you must continually find qualified people who can support, extend, teach, sell, install, test, train, troubleshoot and help other people use the plethora of evolving technology products and systems. Certified CompTIA professionals can help make your customers, other employees and shareholders happier.
In a rapidly evolving field like technology, employers can find it difficult to pinpoint the job candidates with the right knowledge and skills to fill these positions. CompTIA Certified Professionals are Good for Business.
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