By Mark Sutton
Arabian Computer News examines the trends and issues surrounding IT training in the region, with the launch of the Gulf Training Guide's 2001 training survey
With the economic slowdown in the US expected to have a knock-on effect on the rest of the world, there has never been a better time for IT professionals to stand out from the crowd and increase their value in the employment market by sharpening their skills.
The increasing proliferation of some lower-level IT certifications, increasing demand for professional-quality web presences and the need for e-businesses to integrate systems are all leading network engineers, website designers and programmers to gain some recognition for their skills, that shows that they are ahead of the field.
To help guide the IT professional through the training jungle, Arabian Computer News is once again producing it’s Gulf Training Guide, the authority on where to get the skills you need for the job you want.
But we need your help. Does online training work? Is unauthorised training worth the risk? Who wants to be an MCSE? We want to know what you think about the training on offer – and we have got a great prize for your help. Just fill in our
, and you can be in with the chance to win a 15” DTK monitor.
But hurry, the survey is only open until 15th February 2001.