Today I am launching my new course: IT Career Acceleration. What is it and why should you do it?
First, it is targetted at people in IT. So if you work in a different industry, give it a miss. Second, it is designed to help you take the next step up the career ladder. So, if you are happy in the job you are in and do not want to earn any more money or get promoted, you can safely skip it too.
However, if you do want to progress your IT career, it will be of interest.
Simply put, it takes the best parts on CV writing, interview techniques and negotiating for more money from the IT Contracting Master Class, adds in some awesome stuff about how to get promoted, and packages it up for the same price as a £15 cup of coffee.
A course for winners
You probably already have a good CV and set of interview skills, right? That is how you have carved out a successful IT career already.
There is room for improvement, though. There always is. The best athletes in the world have a coach. Someone to help them refine their skills even further. That’s what this course does: it takes you from good to great.
Do not miss that perfect opportunity
Olympic athletes are a good comparison. They wait four years for the games to arrive. They get one shot, and then it is over. But they don’t spend the time in between sitting idle. They train so that when the opportunity comes along, they are ready.
Winning jobs is the same. Your dream job only comes along once. If you are not prepared, there is not much you can do to fix it in three days. You have to do the work in advance. Which is no big deal, right? Who isn’t willing to invest a few hours in their career?
Get started for free
The first five lessons of the course and the first workbook are free. IF you previously registered for the Master Class, you can use the same login details.
Read more about the course on the Master Class website.
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