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Discussion in 'Employment & Jobs' started by demarrer, Mar 23, 2008.

  1. demarrer

    demarrer Byte Poster

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    Hi,

    Does anyone know what is equivalent to a BAC 2+ in I.T in france?? for example is Comptia A+/network + an equivalent level to a BAC 2+ in I.T?

    ANY help would be helpfull :)

    cheers
     
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  2. wagnerk
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    The Bac or the baccalauréat as otherwise known is the equivalent of the UK's A Level's and sit's on level 3 of the NQF.

    Now in the eye's of the NQF in the UK, the Comptia A+ sits at level 2 of the NQF, while the Comptia Network+ & Security+ sits at level 3.

    However whether or not France see's it that way or accepts it in that contexts is another story. The best place/people to confirm this is France's Department of Education (or whatever they have out there) or the employer/company that you want to apply to.

    -Ken

    First ref

    p.s. my previous post on professional certifications mapping to the NQF in the UK
     
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  3. demarrer

    demarrer Byte Poster

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    Ken,

    cheers very much for the information about the bac in France. I know what you mean about convincing but I will give it my best shot.

    Thanks again and thanks for the wiki article.

    H
     
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