Kick Start Your Career with Computer Systems Institute

Here is an infographic that outlines how to present your vocational training and or certificate that will make you stand out from the crowds and show that you are the best fit for the job.

After all there is more to you than just your education, you’ve worked hard to establish your expertise and it’s time to tell your interviewer.

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Computer systemes Institute

 

Below are 4 reasons your career specific training makes you the best hire for the job.

1. You’ve got more practical skill than the average grad student.

2. You will need less on the job training.

3. You have career specific training.

4. You’re equipped to advance.

 

Infographic: Hire Education - 4 Reasons Your Career Specific Training Makes You the Best Hire
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