Hi danish first i want to say thank you for creating this platform. I graduated in 2016 with an associate degree in IT, but after i graduated i realized i have learned so much better from your course than college. since then I became a full-time mom and it has been hard to get a job. i believe i will have a job soon because all the skills you have taught me thanks to GOD and YOU happy new year.
Jobskillshare Team Section:
What IT course should I take first?
Do you have a step by step complete learning path?
Yes, check this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2QgIoBZSuc&t=181s
Do you offer LIVE Training?
Do you have more career-related videos or vlogs?
Can you really learn IT in just three to six months? Absolutely! There are no general education courses that are unrelated to your future IT job. You will learn real-world IT skills that you can immediately start using once you land an IT job. Plus, we provide hands-on labs. The best way to learn technology is to just do it. So you are actually practicing what you learn as you learn it. By the end of your three to six months of training, you will actually be doing the exact things employers will ask you to do.
How does jobskillshare compare to a 2 or 4-year college?
Jobskillshare focuses exclusively on training you for the job skills required to get started in a technology career. The goal of 2-4 year schools is generally to provide a well-rounded education. That’s why traditional colleges and community colleges require that almost 50% of your classes are in “general education” – which may or may not help you advance your career goals. By teaching only the technology job skills you need, jobskillshare is able to “accelerate” your education time frame and ensure that the technology you are learning is not outdated. I explained how our certification will help https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZ2fffctK-s
Do you need a degree to land an IT Job?
In today’s economy where the demand for skilled IT workers significantly exceeds the supply of qualified candidates, most employers are more interested in whether or not you can do the job than whether you have a degree. According to recent Census data, only 38% of web developers have a four year degree. In a survey of 2400 CIO’s by Robert Half Technology, 71% said they place more emphasis on “skills and experience than on whether or not a candidate attended college/university”. While there are still some companies and some positions that require a degree, the vast majority of job opportunities do not. These opportunities are being filled with individuals with the right technology job skills.
Full details in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqk8hwyxXl0
How to do I get started?
Option A: Become a premium member and start from self-paced IT fundamental course (This option does not include, bare metal server and other advanced services, please check the membership page for more details) https://www.youtube.com/redirect?q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.jobskillshare.org%2Fmembership-account%2Fmembership-levels%2F&redir_token=MMbx9CqXlp5snhvRsomsIaSU4c58MTU2NzI2NDYwOUAxNTY3MTc4MjA5&event=backstage_event
Option B: Take live training with our expert IT professionals (Limited seats, this option comes with a premium membership, bare metal server, and other advanced services) Live Training: https://www.youtube.com/redirect?q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.jobskillshare.org%2Finstructor-led-it-training%2F&redir_token=MMbx9CqXlp5snhvRsomsIaSU4c58MTU2NzI2NDYwOUAxNTY3MTc4MjA5&event=backstage_event