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Need advice ng mga IT Professionals

Industrial Engineer graduate ako na balak mgchange ng career sa IT. Any advice po kung ano pwede kong kunin na education while working at trainings if ever? Meron ba inoofer ang TESDA? Balak ko kasi sana mag SG at IT ung nakikita kong field na mggng entry ko sa SG. Salamat po

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  • edited June 14
    Kung fresh grad ka or wiling to start from the ground, di mo na need mag TESDA or paid trainings. Daming IT companies sa Pinas na may entry level bootcamp na tumatanggap ng non-IT/CS background. Pero syempre dahil entry level & you're getting paid while you train, don't expect na malaking salary. Competitive salary usually will start on your 2nd year onward, or even after your 1st year kung ma discover mo at ng employer mo na rockstar ka pala sa career na yan.

    Daming mga non-IT/CS/Engineering background na very successful ngayon sa IT industry both here in SG and PH, dahil sa tulong ng mga IT bootcamps ng ilang mga PH IT/BPO companies. Basta may grit ka to learn and start at the bottom, you'll succeed.

  • @tambay7 ganun ba boss? Ayos naman pala. Pero can you name one of these companies na nag ooffer ng ganyang opportunity? Sobrang willing to learn ako at aminado ako na nagkamali ako sa piniling course nung student pa ako. Nasa computer kasi tlga ang passion ko kaya alam ko mag eexcel ako sa field na yan.
  • @emzified Boss may different categories tayo sa IT field na pwede mong pag simulan. I suggest na kumuha ka ng certification exams ng Microsoft or Cisco for starters. Visit ka din sa website ng cbtnuggets.com kumpleto ang video training nila may 1-week free trial pa.

    Kung gusto mo naman makaranas agad ng hands on training while working, hanap ka ng Technical Support jobs, marami diyan techsupp jobs for desktop at network sa mga BPO hanap ka lang sa jobstreet. Usually once nakapasok ka sa kanila bibigyan ka muna ng training bago ka isabak sa operation. Good luck!
  • Hi @emzified, first, anong gusto mong track sa IT? (soft-eng, web-dev, networking, sysad, devops. etc). If you're into software development, you could rely on free resources sa internet like codeacademy and youtube. You could make your own projects and compile them into a portfolio. Learning to use CVS like git and repositories like github is a big plus! You could then start your career as a freelance developer (Most companies sa pinas consider "Freelance" as relevant experience).

    If you're into networking or sysadmin, consider enrolling in a Bootcamp/Training Center. I highly recommend Rivan IT since alumni ako dun. After your bootcamp, they will offer you to join their team to do projects like designing and implementing large-scale networks to different enterprise. They're also tied up with alot of employers sa NCR like Accenture.

    Good luck kabayan!
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