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Careers/Courses in ICT vs Computing

Discussion in 'Computing and ICT' started by Mr_G_ICT, Jul 20, 2011.

  1. Mr_G_ICT

    Mr_G_ICT New commenter

    Hi

    Ok, my computing display is nearly done, now just looking for extra resources to put on the wall.
    I've done sections for careers in Computing and University courses in computing. I'm now looking for careers/courses for ICT

    What would you suggest i put on this side of the wall?


     
  2. Mr_G_ICT

    Mr_G_ICT New commenter

    Hi

    Ok, my computing display is nearly done, now just looking for extra resources to put on the wall.
    I've done sections for careers in Computing and University courses in computing. I'm now looking for careers/courses for ICT

    What would you suggest i put on this side of the wall?


     
  3. tonyuk

    tonyuk Occasional commenter

    Maybe CISCO CCNA and Microsoft Academy Programme etc some of the vendor qualifications.
     
  4. Tosha

    Tosha New commenter

    I wouldn't bother a career in ICT!?
    Does it really exist?
    It's why our curriculum makes no sense!

     
  5. Mr_G_ICT

    Mr_G_ICT New commenter

    Don't be a hater. I do have a list of careers in ICT now and courses for ICT< it's like computing only careers that require less 'depth'

     

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