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Discussion in 'Training & Development' started by wagnerk, May 6, 2009.

  1. wagnerk
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    wagnerk aka kitkatninja Moderator

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    Download a Free Copy of “Small Business Unified Communications for Dummies”

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    Thought that this would be useful for those starting off/want more info on this technology :)

    -Ken
     
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    Kind of not related but did you ever do the SwiS qualification? If so how did it go and how did u go about getting it.

    I really ona do it. Seems easy :P
     
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    Na, pushed it aside. Have to do other things like Sharepoint & Project Management, apart from the MCTS Win 7 & Server+.

    Besides in our area, the modules they do are more geared up for the other support staff and not IT staff. But organising the NVQ 2 & 3 for our new tech, as well as a couple of Professional certs, first one is the MCTS in Vista.

    -Ken
     
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    thx for reply, unfortunately my school doesn't share similar staff training values. Going to try push to get the NVQ level 3 going as every little helps on the CV. More so as I was thinking of teaching maybe one day so want something to show for the few years Ive been in schools.
     
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    If you want to go into teaching, do it at further/higher education level. I enjoyed it at FE level, people want to be there, instead of being there because they have to :D

    -Ken
     
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    Its going to be quite a few years before I think about doing it. Totally not ready for it yet.

    I actually hated most of my degree and so did allot of people, I was glad the 4 years was over. But yes I will do PGCE when the time comes. Also mebe a masters who knows. Future is bright (hopefully) :p. Not sure if FE level appeals to me. Prefer younger kids.

    In the mean time, If I can do a free Nvq then brill. Unfortunately can't afford to do exams for certs at the moment :(
     
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