Going to work too early in Information Technology

So everyone knows information technology or do they?

The knowledge of computers, laptops, mobile devices, firewalls, routers, software, printers, bridges, access points, app deployment, CIDR to setup networks, Database development (MSSQL and MySQL), programming, packet sniffing, operating systems, policies, malware prevention and analysis and a plethora of other areas is needed before someone goes to work this career field.

So what benefit does the completion of training have on a student?

  • Certifications, certificates and diplomas show the individual has the dedication to learn and obtain qualifications needed in information technology.
  • Hands-on with labs and as an intern to develop skills needed in the workforce.
  • Graduates obtain higher quality jobs over non-graduates.
  • Graduates rarely become stagnant in their career.
  • Less training is needed by senior IT personnel in the workplace.   Non-graduates can become a burden in a fast paced IT department.
  • Graduates tend to be more analytical when exposed to live projects, labs and experts in the IT industry.
    • Exposure to many areas of IT gives the student skills needed

Learning never ends.  You’ll be constantly challenged by new technology and will grow as these technologies become popular in business and industry.  Graduating on-time with a diverse skillset will earn you more money and will start your career right.

About TCAT Shelbyville IT Department

The Tennessee College of Applied Technology - is one of 46 institutions in the Tennessee Board of Regents System, the seventh largest system of higher education in the nation. This system comprises six universities, fourteen community colleges, and twenty-six Applied Technology Colleges.
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