ICT certifications that will deliver high pay in 2016.

The tech industry has been going strong, and is expected to continue to grow for next year as IT unemployment shrinks even further, salaries inch higher, and increased technology initiatives create exciting career opportunities.  Latest global reports show that salaries for tech positions will continue to increase steadily in 2016 and that Cisco, Microsoft and Linux are the pinnacle of technical ICT certifications.

Employers use IT certifications to differentiate between equally qualified candidates and confirm a candidate’s subject matter knowledge or expertise, therefore prospective students who are serious about taking career to the next step during 2016, should consider one or more of these best-of-breed study programmes in order to set themselves apart from the competition.

MCSA Windows Server 2012, starting Monday 16th November 2015

MCSA SQL Server 2012, starting Tuesday 17th November 2015

CCNA Routing & Switching, starting Tuesday 24th November 2015

Junior Level Linux v 4.0, starting Wednesday 25th November 2015

‘Our worldwide recognised study programmes are accredited by the industry and are the skills and certifications required to score career opportunities in the technical, productivity, creative and code arenas. We encourage prospective students to confirm their enrolment for the study programmes commencing in this last semester of 2015 and are eager to celebrate more student success stories’

A maximum of 16 students will be accepted for these final classes, therefore early enrolment is recommended. Prospective students may click on the chat widget at the bottom right hand corner of the ICE Malta website and get answers to all questions instantly. Alternatively, individuals may send an email to info@icemalta.com or call 21467787 to organize a meeting with the ICE Malta Student Relations Executive.

ICE Malta, Your Journey Starts Here.