IT skills in high demand by employers

he New Zealand Department of Labour recently reported that for 2010 job vacancies, the ICT industry had the highest growth at 69% versus all other industries. This high level of 'in-demand' by employers for IT skills is reflected worldwide.

For here in Sri Lanka, consider studying abroad in specialised IT qualifications at Computer Power Institute in New Zealand, one of the leading IT Educators in SE Asia with campuses in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.

Study and work and graduate after one year. Choices and visa conditions to then continue and launch your new IT career in New Zealand or return home.

What IT careers are available?
Programming, E-commerce, Web Development, Systems Analyst, Database Administration, Network/Systems, Hardware Technician, Computer Engineer, Help Desk, Technical or e-Marketing Support.

IT learning and campus lifestyle At Computer Power, they provide a unique 'student-centred' learning model of both theory and hands-on practice that has no lectures. It’s self-directed learning under personal instructor support along the entire journey. Exams and internationally recognised vendor certifications are undertaken when you are ready. Apart from the IT study, they have three programmes included to become the qualified IT professional - Head Start Orientation, Professional Development and Graduate Job Placement. Their 90% job placement rate speaks for itself.

For more information on IT careers and qualifications, visit FREE one-to-one Interviews Meet with CPI Representatives Peter and Stuart Book in between 9:00am - 5:00pm Saturday March 19 Sunday March 20.

Contact: Nihal / Chalani : 011 2 872810 / 0776214485 124 / 1, Thalawathugoda Road, Pita

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