John O'Neill wrote:
> Thinking of doing the above certification as a first step in beefing
> up the Cv a bit. Anyone got any experience with it?
>> Is there anyone who could let me know how it would look from an
> employers point ?
>I'm currently preparing for 102 (having passed 101 in September).
>From a consultant prospective, it's usually a good foot on the door to
get you contracted for a 3 days job.
If you're talking about full time employment, either it makes you pass
the first round of CV selection, which means the company has no clue
what it means if they discriminate candidates around that, or it can
also make the tiny difference between 2 candidates of equal level.
It's also a good way to force you studying / practising stuff you
normally don't do in the very current role but are useful like say quotas.
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