The Internet of ThingsNovember 9, 2016
Does IoT mean more to you than just ‘things on the internet’? Are you always getting hounded by friends and family to help with tricks and shortcuts on their PCs, Macs or mobile devices? Do the latest IT developments get you more excited than a night out?
If the answer’s yes, you’ve found your next career move. An IT Apprenticeship is where it’s at. Giving you all the tools you need to guide you through the next phase in working and learning, helping to make your virtual career dreams become a reality.
The trend for more and more everyday objects to be connected by the internet and able to talk to each other is growing daily, with endless possibilities and advances now within touching distance. As the Government’s recently funded £1m project ‘loTUK’ comes into play – aiming to support the Internet of Things industry and help boost economic growth – there couldn’t be a better time to get on board and develop the skills you need to take your IT career to the next level.
The investment in the IoTUK programme is helping develop the next generation of technology that will power our economy and transform people’s lives. This latest funding boost will help companies bring their new Internet of Things ideas to market and take advantage of emerging global opportunities.
Are you ready to join the IT crowd?
Remit Training offers lots of IT apprenticeship qualifications to suit different levels of learning, across different sectors. The versatile suite of IT Professional Apprenticeships is perfect if you’re looking to start an IT career. Opening the door to the world of tomorrow, these qualifications help develop the skills and knowledge for everything from system development, software installation and web fundamentals through to IT Support.
With progression from Level 2 to Level, you’ll be wowing employers and clients alike with your problem solving skills and logical thinking, whichever path you choose.
After that, it’s up to you. You’ll have the option to continue and progress further – helping you get into roles like IT product developer, or support desk technician, web designer, or software developer or network installation and support technician.
Jake Page, 22, has successfully completed an IT professional Level 3 qualification and with his sights firmly set on career progression is now undertaking a Level 4 apprenticeship with a focus on management.
Says Jake: “I’ve enjoyed every minute of my apprenticeships. I didn’t start out wanting to work in IT, I was determined to be an architect, but after a week in college I realised it just wasn’t for me. Studying alone wasn’t enough, I wanted to get a job.
“Computers have always been a passion of mine; as a child I would take mine apart to see how I could make it work better. So this seemed a natural step for me, and I haven’t looked back since.”
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