Top Career Choices for 2019

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Our Top Career Choices for 2019

Now that you have some advice on a career change let’s take a look at our top career choices for 2019:

Cyber Security

A Cyber Security Professional is responsible for keeping an organisation’s data secure. Often this involves sensitive information and a company’s security systems. This is why a Cyber security Professional should have technical IT skills. The most sought-after qualification for Cyber Security is the CompTIA CySa+ certification. Speak to one of our Course and Career Advisors about our Cyber Security Course and Placement Programme.

IT Technical

An IT Technician is often responsible for repairing computer systems. However, this role can merge into many different areas of technology. It is a role which many IT professionals begin their IT careers in. Employers look for the CompTIA A+ and CISCO certifications when hiring IT Technicians. Speak to one of our Course and Career Advisors about our IT Technician Course and Placement Programme.

Project Management

A Project Manager is the person in charge of the planning and execution of specific projects. They are responsible for ensuring the project is delivered on time, within budget and that all stakeholders are satisfied with the outcome. Project Managers usually have a PRINCE2, AgilePM or PMI Certification. Speak to one of our Course and Career Advisors about our Project Management Course and Placement Programme.

Game Development

A Game Developer has one or more of five skills that are required to work in a team that create games. This could be programming with a language such as C#, the use of game engines such as Unity, Art and Graphic design skills as well as animation. They are also more than likely passionate gamers at heart. Speak to one of our Course and Career Advisors about our Game Development Course Package.

Digital Marketing

Digital Marketers use various skills to support and procure business for an organisation. This could be by creating and managing digital advertising campaigns as well as optimising website search functionality. Each business has a unique digital marketing objective that needs to be covered by a Digital Marketer. Speak to one of our Course and Career Advisors about our internationally recognised Digital Marketing Diploma.

Programming

A Programmer is someone who uses one or more computer programming languages to create software applications. They need to know how to write code in a programming language to be used in the process of developing a piece of software or program. Speak to one of our Course and Career Advisors about our Programming Library that teaches you how to write code in various programming languages.

Web Development

A web developer is someone who uses the knowledge of website development to create websites. There are two broad categories of web developer: Front and back-end Web Developer. The front-end web developers focus on the look and feel of the website and the back-end developers focus on the functionality of a website. Speak to one of our Course and Career Advisors about our Web Design and Development Course Packages.

Business Analysis

A Business Analyst is a professional that is hired to analyse and enhance the business processes of an organisation. They use business analysis skills and methods to formulate solutions for a business to perform more effectively. To gain Business Analysis skills and certifications you would need to study one or more Business Analysis Courses. Speak to one of our Course and Career Advisors about our Business Analysis Course Packages.

Software Testing

Software Testers play an important role in the software development process. They perform checks on the software at various stages of development to ensure that any errors can be corrected before they become bigger problems. Speak to one of our Course and Career Advisors about our Software Testing Course Packages.

Data Science

A Data Scientist uses methods and processes to gain insights from data. They have technical skills such as programming which they use to solve complex problems. A data scientist is aware of current trends, is a good mathematician and equally good with technological systems. To get started as a data scientist you would need to study a programming language such as Python. Speak to one of our Course and Career Advisors about our Programming Library that includes Python.

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