IT Training: Exploring key areas of demand

It is one thing to be aware of a 'skills shortage' in the IT sector, but quite another to ensure you have the specific skills your preferred employer is looking for, writes Dermot Corrigan.

1st September, 2012

The good news for IT professionals is that the skills gaps within the Irish market range across many different areas of IT, including some traditional well-known disciplines, as well as some emerging 'hot' areas.

The latest Microsoft technology releases will drive demand for training from professionals looking to keep their skills and accreditations up to date, according to Niall Powderly, head of IT Infrastructure and Training Solutions, BT Ireland.

"Microsoft are preparing for their biggest...

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