Why Certification at the IDUG DB2 Tech Conference is Valuable to You
By: Kristin Schaechterle on Sep 28, 2011
Join us at the IDUG DB2 Tech Conference in Prague, Czech Republic to Attend Certification Preparation Seminars and Receive Certification - for FREE!
By Susan Weaver, IBM Corporation
As IT professionals in a competitive market, it’s important to stay highly-skilled and perceived as an expert within our ever-evolving field. Certification through IBM does just that. IBM, in partnership with IDUG, works to provide you with opportunities to get ahead. That’s why this opportunity available at the IDUG DB2 Tech Conference offers little investment with a huge reward.
Globalization and economic realities have made the IT job market highly competitive. Organizations are now looking at individuals possessing accreditations as having a high level of technical competency. Accreditation shows your prospective/current employer that you have determination and ambition as a professional. Not only will you gain creditability, but you’ll also increase your potential for growth. According to Global Knowledge Training LLC, 2010 IT Skills Salary and Report, keeping up with certification not only enables you to grow professionally, it may also lead to greater compensation. Overall, professionals who had earned an IT or project management certification during the last five years earned an average of $5,242 more than their counterparts.
Are you certified yet? Take the advantage of this opportunity to sign up for free IBM DB2 Certification Preparation Seminars when you attend the IDUG DB2 Tech Conference in Prague, Czech Republic. This leading industry event will offer six days of technical content geared to DB2 professionals like yourself and the opportunity to network with your peers. Be sure to arrive on 13 November to attend free pre-certification seminars. For more information on registering for this great opportunity, click here.
Read more or listen as Rebecca Bond and I discuss why IT Professionals are becoming certified.
Released: September 28, 2011, 4:34 pm
1 Comment(s) — Latest:Nov 14, 2011 01:47 PM
it would be good if it is outside session times as you don't want to miss presentations.