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The IET and Cisco

Discussion in 'Professional Associations' started by UKDarkstar, Jul 26, 2009.

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  1. UKDarkstar
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    UKDarkstar Terabyte Poster

    IET Membership mapping to Cisco certs :


    Quote from IET website :

    Cisco Certification Program
    Cisco offers three levels of general certification representing increasing levels of expertise: Associate, Professional, and Expert (CCIE™). Different tracks across these levels align with varying career needs. A variety of Specialist certifications are also available to show knowledge in specific technologies, solutions or job roles.

    Cisco’s certification levels have been mapped against the IET’s membership categories however any additional qualifications or experience you hold will also be taken into consideration before you will be assigned the most suitable one for you. Generally Member (MIET) is most suited to professionals working at graduate level, while Technician Member (TMIET) ideal for professionals working within technical roles. Depending on the category, you will be able to use the designatory letters MIET or TMIET to demonstrate your professional status and the type of work you do to clients, employers or peers.

    The above diagram indicates the most likely level of membership you may be awarded based on the Cisco Certification you hold; the brackets suggest an alternative level that may be more appropriate based on further review of your qualifications and experience.
    Certifications: BA (Hons), MBCS, CITP, MInstLM, ITIL v3 Fdn, PTLLS, CELTA
    WIP: CMALT (about to submit), DTLLS (on hold until 2012)

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