At the beginning of the year CompTIA announced the acquisition of the Professional Association of Information Technology (AITP), promised to build a new organization – CompTIA AITP. Today, this work has come to an end.
With the official launch of the Association of IT Professionals CompTIA (AITP), organization and advocacy, it aims to attract new members and develop the workforce of the economy of the 21st century.
“The technological workforce in the United States is a national asset and we must grow and develop so that the next wave of technology – smart cities, IoT, cybersecurity and artificial intelligence – can reach their full potential, “Said Nancy Hammervik, vice president of industry relations with CompTIA. “This represents CompTIA AITP is an organization that helps technology workers from all walks of life and education to the workforce, develop their skills and succeed in their careers. ”
The new organization will help Americans navigate the way to a career technology, and does not depend on having a college degree. The national organization, which has chapters in 20 states, adopts a “CV retirement” approach to help technological jobs in their careers with a mix of online and in-person opportunities, said CompTIA AITP.
Here it shows how CompTIA AITP can help current and potential technological workers:
TechTalent driven by CompTIA will serve as a clearing house for technological jobs. According to the organization, hundreds of thousands of computer jobs are regularly emptied, including those who do not require a college degree. Unlike traditional search engines, TechTalent provides career path information, including specific job data, detailed data on market demand for particular skills and abilities and relates this information with individual career goals . TechTalent not only links users with job postings, but also educates them on specific skills as employers seek to fill those jobs and salaries they can hope to earn.
CompTIA AITP help employees develop their careers through networking. Connecting with peers and mentors is essential to help employees develop in their careers, such as access to a multitude of knowledge and industry trends. CompTIA AITP, in collaboration with Lynda offers AITP members access to more than 1,200 online courses to help improve leadership and entrepreneurship, from finance and project management to communication and customer base.
CompTIA The 20 chapters of the “cube” of AITP allow members to develop their personal networks, share and get information from their peers in their cities or regions, and get practical tutorial help. AITP plans to expand its locals.
- CompTIA certifications handed out and ongoing training for CompTIA AITP members.
- For hiring managers and job seekers looking for real-time job data and better understand the labor market, Employment Press will help find jobs are in demand, where they are And what to pay.
- Finally, CompTIA AITP members have access to a white papers portal, presentations and reports that provide updates on technical aspects, best practices and developments that shape the technology industry.
AITP CompTIA encourages stakeholders in the organization to become registered members. Four options are available: Student – Free for students enrolled in university courses; IT Professional (year 99 / $); Educators ($ 69 / year); And associated ($ 249 / year) – benefits vary by membership.