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Discussion in 'General Cisco Certifications' started by maria_rosas, Mar 3, 2008.

  1. maria_rosas

    maria_rosas New Member

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    OK. This is not spam. Because last time i made a post like this, it turned out to be spam.

    If your aged between 16-18, this IT Academy wants YOU. It deals with qualifications such as Comptia, Microsoft. In addition, ADITP, Level 3 NVQ and key skills. Again honestly its free. They pay for it. I completed this course and im now looking to be employed. I have a job interview tomorow (YEaH) ...wish me luck.

    I dont know how many people on this forum are as young as me but, if you have a friend, daughters/sons any1 who is interested in IT, have them look it up. Just google Zenos ....
     
  2. Sparky
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    Still looks like spam :hhhmmm
     
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  3. greenbrucelee
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    yes it still looks like spam.
     
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  4. derkit

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    Has to be - it doesn't even mention cisco anywhere in the post or title, but its quite happily sat in the cisco forum.
     
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  5. wagnerk
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    Good luck with your interview.

    One thing that I would point out (this is taken from Tresham Times - the college where I work part-time as a trainer/lecturer):

    Concessions

    Full Level 2 Qualifications (L2)
    If you do not have a Full Level 2 qualification (5 GCSEs grade
    A*-C or equivalent) and your chosen course leads to a Full
    Level 2 (or Full Level 3 if you are over 25), you will not have to
    pay the tuition fees. Full Level 2 courses are indicated ​
    L2 in
    the course listing. You will need to complete and sign a
    declaration of eligibility on enrolment. Please note that if you
    have any of the following qualifications, you will not be eligible.
    • 5 GCSEs grade A*-C
    • 5 ‘O’ Level passes
    • 5 CSE Grade 1
    • 2 AS Levels or more
    • 1 A Level or more
    • NVQ 2 or higher
    • Intermediate GNVQ or higher
    • AVCE
    • EDEXCEL/BTEC First Diploma or Higher
    • City & Guilds Craft Part 2
    • Access Course
    • Higher National Diploma/Certificate
    • First Degree/Higher Degree


    Full Level 3 Qualifications (L3)
    If you are aged 19 or over but under 25 at the start of the
    course and you are studying for your first Full Level 3, you will
    not have to pay the tuition fees. Full Level 3 courses are
    indicated ​
    L3 in the course listing. You will need to complete
    and sign a declaration of eligibility on enrolment.
    Please note that you do not need to have achieved a Full
    Level 2 qualification to be eligible but, if you have any of the
    following qualifications, you will not be entitled to a
    concession.
    • NVQ at Level 3
    • 1 A Level or more (including vocational A Levels)
    • 1 or more A Level double awards
    • Access to HE certificate
    • OCR National Diploma or Extended National Diploma
    • Edexcel National Certificate or Diploma
    • International Baccalaureate


    Benefits
    If you are in receipt of the benefits listed below, or the
    unwaged dependant of someone in receipt of the benefits
    listed below, you may be eligible for a discount of tuition fees
    on courses marked ​
    Benefit in the course listing. You will still
    need to pay the exam fees and material costs. To claim the
    discount you will need to enrol in person and have your proof
    of benefit with you.
    • Council Tax Benefit
    • Housing Benefit
    • Income Based Jobseeker’s Allowance
    • Income Support
    • Working Tax Credit
    • Pensions Credit – Students in receipt of the Guaranteed Credit


    Skills for Life Qualifications
    You will receive a full discount of fees if you are on a Skills for
    Life programme other than ESOL (English for Speakers of
    Other Languages). Fees are payable, however, for additional
    courses unless you qualify for concessions under any of the
    categories above.​

    16-18 year olds
    No fees are payable for full or part-time courses if you are​
    aged 16-18.

    The private training company just claims Government funds on the above.

    -Ken
     
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  6. wagnerk
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    wagnerk aka kitkatninja Moderator

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    Didn't even notice :oops:

    -Ken
     
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  7. Sparky
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    LOL, didnt notice that. 8)
     
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  8. maria_rosas

    maria_rosas New Member

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    ya, i noticed that, after i posted it...my bad
     
  9. maria_rosas

    maria_rosas New Member

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    lol. its not spam....i noticed i posted it in the wrong forum. my bad....

    but if you, do want to continue on the course (like me) whilst working .....they will also offer you to do and get the Cisco..qualification.... really, just check the website... or this link below.. they explain it further...

    http://www.zenos.com/corp_train.htm

    (if the link doesnt work, Just try the site,)

    And thankyou, my interview went well.
     
  10. greenbrucelee
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    Sorry Maria it just really does look like spam. My apologies.
     
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  11. maria_rosas

    maria_rosas New Member

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    sorry if it does look like spam, mayb its the way im trying to explain it.
    im really only just giving people an idea about it, but you can check out the website for more information.

    im not here to argue bout whether this is spam or not. im just lettin people know about this IT Academy. it is still very new. and if you are interested just look it up.

    thats all i have to say
     
  12. harpistic

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    Hmm, other forums I've been on have had strict rules about blatant advertising... gets my spam vote too :tune
     
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  13. BosonMichael
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    Advertising about the merits of IT Academy... from a poster with a handful of posts, most of them directed towards IT Academy... is basically what it is: advertising. Which, unsolicited, becomes spam. It may not be intentional spam... but it is spam. And until a MUCH larger percentage of your posts are not about this topic... it'll continue to be perceived as spam.

    Sorry... those are the breaks in the court of public opinion... and public forums.
     
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  14. tripwire45
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    Maria, maybe it would help if you established a "track record" here at CertForums before making any recommendations regarding resources you personally find helpful. Michael points out that the majority of posts you've created here thus far are promoting this resource.

    Try taking a different tack in your threads. Do you have any personal goals for training in IT/Certifications? What are you doing about those goals? What have you accomplished so far? What do you need help in? Is there any advice you can ask for from the more experienced members of this forum that you think might help you?

    Discussing any of those topics completely avoids making recommendations about training providers and posting links to them here and thus avoids even the appearence (intentional or not) of spamming.

    Does any of this help?
     
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