A number of sources have suggested that the IT, computing and Technology sector is growing at an astounding rate picking up nearly 3000 new professionals per month in the UAE. Sources state the average salary for these professionals is around AED 14000 a month.
Depending on the degree of difficulty or specialization, an IT, computer and technology course can help you access opportunities such as front-end developer, website developer or IT infrastructure executive.
To learn more about the variety of opportunities you can obtain through a IT, computer and technology course, go to our IT, computer and technology jobs in the UAE.
I have been working as a mechanical engineer and am looking to shift my career to IT related engineering. Please recommend courses that would facilitate this shift.
(Question asked by Govvind on June 13, 2016)
You can do Revit & AutoCAD which adds value to your degree.Also Primavera is a good choice for Project Management.+ more answers
I am Ramin Fazel, a citizen of Iran. I want to take CCNA and CCNP exams, because of international sanctions, Iran is in forbidden list. I want to ask if I can attend the exams in Dubai and get these c
(Question asked by Ramin on October 13, 2016)
Yes you can take Cisco exams but it would be better if you take the training first in order to pass the Cisco certifications. We provide hands on training for CCNA. We have the actual routers and switches and we also do virtualization (show networking). You will be provided with the course handouts/materials as well.
Thanks+ more answers
I am interested in SAP courses. I Need guidance has to which course suits me the best
(Question asked by Rakesh on October 13, 2016)
Hi Mr. Rakesh.
Let me introduce myself as Amit with 11 Years of experience in SAP Industry.Your selection of SAP course will depend on your educational & Professional background as the SAP is having many Modules suited to a particular job profile or Industry.For example Finance background people study SAP FICO and Logistics backgrounf ppl study SAP MM or SAP SCM.So if you want to take up SAP , then we need to understand your current profile and then we can guide you accordingly. Kind Regards, Amit Global Solutions UAE+ more answers
I'm an undergraduate following logistics management degree. I would like to know which kind of SAP course suits me?
(Question asked by Charlie Tomson on February 25, 2018)
Dear Sir, Do you have any work experience regarding the course? It depends from which category are you into. If you are in the Procurement you need to go for MM, if in Sales go for SD, if in HR go for HCM & some other courses if you are in the Production go for PP & lastly if you are into Planning go for PS or QM. Hope it will help you to decide which kind of SAP Course suits fo you. Regards, Highline Training & Education Team+ more answers
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