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Addressing the IT Skills Shortage

How to Address the IT Skills Shortage

Keeping up with rapidly changing technology is one of the biggest challenges for IT professionals. It’s no surprise that CompTIA’s U.S.-only study found that only 44% of those surveyed were “exactly where they want to be” or “very close to where they want to be” with their IT staffing.Read more

Skillsoft Mentoring Services Offers Study Tips

Skillsoft Mentoring Services Offers Study Tips

Skillsoft Mentoring Services provide online support, guidance and encouragement to learners to help them and their organizations maximize business performance. The online resource, a team of mentors that hold more than 1,000 certifications and accreditations, utilizes a combination of learning content, information resources, flexible learning technologies and support services to help professionals advance their careers and contribute to the success of their organizations.Read more

Delivering IT Training to Those in Need

Earning IT certifications can help individuals do their jobs more effectively and keep IT operations running smoothly. While this may be a great value-add for some, for others it can actually be life changing!  SkillSoft customer CompTIA helps individuals at risk of falling below the poverty line—as well as candidates under-represented in the IT industry such as minorities, women, veterans and displaced workers—to prepare for, secure, and succeed in IT careers by offering  free IT certification training.Read more

Keep Your CompTIA Certifications Up-To-Date

CompTIA certifications have become a critical component of many corporate and government information technology and cyber security training and education programs, and once certification is earned it is important to maintain it through continuing education.

To help ensure renewal success, SkillSoft, an authorized CompTIA partner, and Tara Dean of CompTIA, will be hosting a complimentary webinar, “Meeting CompTIA Continuing Education Requirements with e-Learning.”The webinar, scheduled for Tuesday, March 13 at 11 a.m.Read more