Gerry McLaughlin from IT Contractor.com said that qualifications are not necessarily important when applying for a job in IT, which includes those in the sales recruitment sector, as skills and experience always look better on a CV.
However, he did note that people who have accredited qualifications may find that it is easier to enter the IT sector than those who are self-taught.
According to the expert, that there are plenty of self taught people who are able to "turn their hand" to certain IT tasks, but they will find it difficult to get into a company if they have not worked in the industry before
Last month, Martin Hill at Dell Education Services told Tech Eye that developing the skills of staff should be a priority, particularly in the IT sector, if businesses are to achieve growth in the coming months.
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Posted by John Oak
Source: The Sales Engineer News