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此事一过,心思又回到周晨晨那里,趁着这时的气氛,香港六合彩东张西望地把香港六合彩偷看眼里。香港六合彩半低着头,一双玉手犹抱琵琶半遮面似的掩着两腮。《Y滋味》心中忐忑香港六合彩不会哭了吧,子允心中忐忑,忽见香港六合彩抬头,脸上带着泪水的笑意在窗光的映照中还趵突泉似的继续。子允闪出急切念头,喂,快侧过脸来对我笑一下。子允眼睛瞄着,心里盼着,恨不得喊出来,快笑给我看看,一下都行,求你了。子允的心思,只要香港六合彩肯对自己笑一下,那就是相逢一笑泯恩仇的效果。也就在这时,周晨晨真看过来了,只一眼,目光逃也似的,脸上所有的笑容却深刻在子允的心坎。子允的身体遭受电击,开始发烫,开始烫到脸上。香港六合彩脸红了,红得眼睛里的一切都发红。香港六合彩不仅觉得这一笑泯去了恩仇,还觉得这一笑是回眸一笑百媚生的最妙诠释。走神的过程中,这堂课也温馨地结束。高老师临走时还看了看子允,子允不好意思地点点头,目送香港六合彩走出教室。依子允的心情,这时叫香港六合彩向老师儿子赔罪都心甘情愿。下课了,子允心里的快活想多留一会都不行。几个男生闹得不可开交,多是说怪话恶心子允,没恶意,子允一笑了之。只在关朔暑学着高老师摇头晃脑说孔子曰,‘恶其事,不恶其人’本老师给你一次机会时香港六合彩才回敬道,你这个官仓硕鼠,有什么资格在我面前班门弄斧啊。关朔暑把剃了青皮的肥脑袋摇得更厉害,我班门弄斧?笑话,要搬我也是孔夫子搬家,怎么说?书多。自己笑过,拍着大肚皮道,懂不懂?书吃多了,满腹经纶。子允捉弄道,是吗?这么说你一定知道书在运输时可使牛出汗,存放时可堆至屋顶的那个成语了?关朔暑顿时满脑袋肥问号,涨得脑门出汗。子允拍拍香港六合彩跟女人有几分相似的胸脯说,汗牛充栋,懂不懂?你才汗牛冲动。子允一楞,捶着脑袋哈哈大笑,这一捶又捶出一句话,告诉你,今天是高老师事先说好让本人配合的,香港六合彩想搞教学尝试。你哪是汗牛,猪头差不多。经过这堂课节外生枝,王峰知道已不需要开导子允。不过香港六合彩却需要子允开导自己,一下课就把子允拉到院子里假山背后,开门见山询问到底发生了什么事。子允经过一堂课的天寒地冻,此时异常清醒。香港六合彩用脚盘着地上石头,有点犹豫,但觉得多一人多一脑袋,自己毕竟属于初来乍到,而且一下子遇到的就是周晨晨这样可心的人,一下子碰到的就是月朦胧鸟朦胧的这般虚幻复杂的情况,想深深不得,想浅又浅不出来,好像隔靴搔痒,不像知根知底的人好知己知彼地面对面解决,可怜自己晕头转向干着急,说是懵懵懂懂明白,到头来依然是绕来绕去的糊涂。刚才周晨晨那个令人兴奋的回眸一笑

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  • 1. Information Technology Certification Programs: A Growing Phenomena Chris Rima MS, MCSE+I, MCT, CTT Technical Programs Administrator Southwest Region University of Phoenix
  • 2. Today’s Discussion
    • Demand for certified professionals
    • Impact on hiring, productivity and education
    • What certification programs are offered?
      • vendor-”neutral” vs. vendor-specific
    • How do I get certified?
  • 3.
    • “ The illiterate of the 21 st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn.”
    • - Alvin Toffler
  • 4. Technology Certification & Training Career Outlook “ Computer systems analysts, engineers, and scientists are expected to be the fastest growing occupations through 2008.” -U.S. Dept of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook 2000-01 Edition
  • 5. Technology Certification & Training Career Outlook “ These occupations are also projected to rank among the top 20 in the number of new jobs created through 2008. ” -U.S. Dept of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook 2000-01 Edition
  • 6. Technology Certification & Training Career Outlook “ Employment of computing professionals is expected to increase by 36% or more through 2008. ” -U.S. Dept of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook 2000-01 Edition
  • 7. Technology Certification & Training Career Outlook “ Vendor-based information technology certifications are widely sought and considered to be industry standards. ” -U.S. Dept of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook 2000-01 Edition
  • 8. Technology Certification & Training Career Outlook “ Professional certification may provide a job-seeker a competitive advantage. ” -U.S. Dept of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook 2000-01 Edition
  • 9. Technology Certification & Training Productivity / Employer Demand “ More than 20% of permanent IT positions will remain unfilled through 2003. ” -Gartner Group
  • 10. Technology Certification & Training Productivity / Employer Demand “ Having at least one Microsoft-certified professional can help decrease IT costs by more than $2,350 per server per year. ” -Independent survey of companies with Microsoft-certified professionals
  • 11. Technology Certification & Training Productivity / Employer Demand “ Companies with Microsoft-certified professionals on staff can handle 10 support requests per day per IS staff member vs. 7, for companies without Microsoft-certified professionals on staff. ” -Independent survey of companies with Microsoft-certified professionals
  • 12. Technology Certification & Training Productivity / Employer Demand “ Well-trained employees tend to be more effective and more motivated, and they demonstrate a willingness to stay with an organization longer. ” -Diane Tunick-Morello, Research Director, Gartner Group
  • 13. Technology Certification & Training Productivity / Employer Demand “ 84% of employers surveyed said Microsoft-certified professionals were more productive in at least their area of certification. ” -Independent survey of companies with Microsoft-certified professionals
  • 14. Market Overview Source: U.S. Dept. of Ed, National Center for Statistics, and IDC report “Worldwide and U.S. Corporate IT Education and Training Services: Forecast and Analysis, 1999-2004”, May 2000
  • 15. Who are the Certifying Authorities?
    • 3COM
    • Adobe
    • Assoc. of Web Professionals
    • Borland
    • Brainbench
    • Check Point
    • Cisco
    • Citrix
    • Compaq
    • Computer Technology Industry Association (CompTIA)
    • Hewlett Packard
    • IBM
    • Information Systems Audit and Control Association
    • Intel
    • International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium
    • Institute for Certification of Computing Professionals
    • Linux Professional Institute
    • Lotus
    • Microsoft
    • Nortel Networks
    • Novell
    • Oracle
    • Prosoft
    • Red Hat
    • SAIR/GNU-Wave
    • SANS
    • SAP
    • Sun Microsystems
    • Sybase
  • 16. Certification Programs Overview hubs/switches hubs/switches Network Software / Services / Computers Database / Messaging Wide Area Networks / Internet Local Area Networks
    • MCSE+I (Admin)
    • MCSE (Administer, Design, Secure, Tshoot)
    Web Sites / E-Commerce
    • MCIWD (Design, Create)
    • MCIWED (Design, Create)
    • MCDBA (Design, Create)
    • Network+ (Conceptual only)
    • A+ (Administer - HW & Client SW only)
    • CCNA (Admin, Design, Secure, Tshoot)
    • CCNA (Admin, Design, Secure, Tshoot)
    • MCSE (Admin, Design, Secure, Tshoot)
    Client Server
    • Network+ (Conceptual only)
    • MCIWED (Design, Create)
    • MCSE (Admin, Design, Secure, Tshoot)
    • MCIWA (Admin, Secure, Tshoot)
    Routers Routers
  • 17. Internet / Web Certifications
    • Prosoft’s Certified Internet Webmaster
      • CIWA, CIWD, CIWED
    • XML/Java Certifications
      • IBM
      • Oracle
      • Sun
      • eCertifications.com
      • Brainbench.com
      • Learning Tree
    • CompTIA I-Net+
  • 18. Networking Certifications
    • CompTIA A+ / Network+ / Server+
    • MCP / MCSE
    • CNA / CNE
    • CCNA / CCNP / CCIE
  • 19. Database Certifications
    • IBM DB2
    • Sybase
    • Certified Business Data Modeler
    • Oracle DBA
    • Microsoft DBA
    • ERP
      • Oracle, SAP, BAAN, JD Edwards, Lawson
  • 20. Messaging Certifications
    • MS Exchange
    • Lotus Notes
  • 21. Application Certifications
    • Adobe
    • Borland
    • Corel
  • 22. CompTIA
    • Computing Technology Industry Assoc.
      • A+
      • Network+
      • Server+
      • I-Net+
  • 23. CompTIA A+
    • Certifies competency of entry-level (6 months experience) computer service technicians
    • 40 contact hours
    • 2 exams must be passed
      • A+ Core Hardware
      • A+ OS Technologies
    • http://www.comptia.org
      • job task analysis, exam objectives, FAQ
  • 24. CompTIA Network+
    • Measures technical knowledge of networking professionals with 18-24 months experience in the IT industry
    • 40 contact hours
    • 1 exam must be passed
    • http://www.comptia.org
      • industry acceptance, exam objectives, FAQ
  • 25. Microsoft
    • Most popular certifications
      • MCP
      • MCSE
      • MCDBA
      • MCSD
      • MCT
  • 26. Win2K MCSE Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer
    • 7 courses, 7 exams
    • ~240 contact hours
    • http://www.microsoft.com/train_cert
      • job task analysis, job roles, exam objectives, FAQ
  • 27. Win2K MCSE
    • Job titles
      • systems engineer
      • technical support engineer
      • systems analysts
      • network analysts
      • technical consultants
    • Exams are $100
      • AATC students pay $60 for first two exams
  • 28. Win2K MCSE Base Salary by Certification Source: MCP Magazine 2000 Annual Salary Survey
  • 29. Win2K MCSE Effect of Certification on Salary Source: MCP Magazine 2000 Annual Salary Survey
  • 30. Win2K MCSE Recommended Prerequisites CIT/C100 A+ CIT/C110 Network+ Win2K MCSE (remaining 6 classes)
    • OR KNOWLEDGE OF:
    • Computer hardware
    • Client Operating Systems
    • OR KNOWLEDGE OF:
    • Networking (LANs, WANs)
    • TCP/IP
    CIT/M240 Win2K Network & Operating System Essentials
    • OR HAVE SOME WORK EXPERIENCE WITH:
    • Windows 2000 Server
    Entry point Entry point Entry point Entry point
  • 31. Win2K MCSE + MCDBA Recommended Prerequisites CIT/C100 A+ CIT/C110 Network+ Win2K MCSE (4 classes)
    • OR KNOWLEDGE OF:
    • Computer hardware
    • Client Operating Systems
    • OR KNOWLEDGE OF:
    • Networking (LANs, WANs)
    • TCP/IP
    CIT/M240 Win2K Network & Operating System Essentials
    • OR HAVE SOME WORK EXPERIENCE WITH:
    • Windows 2000 Server
    Entry point Entry point Entry point Entry point Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 (2 classes)
  • 32. MCSD
    • Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer
    • 4 exams
      • C++, VB or FoxPro focus
      • 3 core exams, 1 elective
    • Job roles
      • software engineers
      • software application engineers
      • software developers
      • technical consultants
  • 33. CIW Certified Internet Webmaster
    • 3 certification programs
      • MCIWA, MCIWD, MCIWED
    • http://www.ciwcertified.com
      • accreditation, endorsement, exam objectives, job roles
      • supported by IBM, Intel
    • Exams are $125 each
  • 34. CIW Exams
  • 35. CIW Job Roles
    • CIWA
      • Server Administrator
      • Internetworking Professional
      • Security Professional
    • CIWD
      • Web Site Designer
      • E-Commerce Designer
    • CIWED
      • Web developer
      • Programmer
  • 36. CIW UoP Courses
    • Refer to handouts
      • CIWA courses, credits, contact hours
      • CIWD courses, credits, contact hours
    • Both are entry-level programs
      • Experience with operating a computer helpful
    • CIWA: 8 LD credits
    • CIWD: 6 LD credits
  • 37. CIW Entry Points CIT/P100 Internet & HTML Fundamentals CIT/P101 CIW Networking Fundamentals
    • OR KNOWLEDGE OF:
    • Internet basics
    • HTMLauthoring
    • OR KNOWLEDGE OF:
    • Networking basics
    • LANs
    • WANs
    CIT/P104 CIWA Entry point Entry point Entry point CIT/P120 CIWD Student should pass CIW Foundations Exam (1D0-410) or CompTIA I-Net+ Exam (IK0-001) prior to entering here.
  • 38. CCNA Cisco Certified Network Associate
    • Cisco is the largest manufacturer of Internet and networking hardware
    • 3 levels of Cisco certification
      • CCNA, CCNP, CCIE
  • 39. CCNA
    • Entry-level program
      • Prior experience working with computers helpful
      • A+ helpful
    • Cisco Networking Academy Program Curriculum USed
      • Semesters 1 through 4 curriculum
    • 4 UoP courses map to Semesters 1-4
      • Only entry point is first course
    • 1 Exam (CCNA Routing & Switching 640-507) - $100
  • 40. CCNA
    • http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/10/ wwtraining
      • Cisco certifications
    • Major difference between UoP program and other Schools
      • UoP: 148 contact hours, geared to adult learners, outside homework, real world + exam prep
      • Networking Academies: 280 contact hours, geared to high school, community college students
      • Other: 40 contact hours, geared to IT professionals, exam prep only
    New Programs
  • 41. CCNA Salaries
    • Average salary with less than one year experience: $55K
    New Programs Source: tcpmag.com Salary Survey
  • 42. IT Certificate Programs Typical Course Progressions A+/ A+ Practical Net+ MCSE or MCSE + MCDBA CCNA CIWA CIWD/ED CIW Foundations (CITP100/101)
  • 43. IT Certificate Programs Level of Difficulty A+ Net+ MCSE / MCSD CCNA CIW Foundations Beginner Intermediate Advanced CCNP CIWA CIWD CIWED
  • 44. How do I get certified?
    • Determine the certification program you wish to pursue?
      • Use Internet sites, job listings, employer recommendations
    • Determine modality best suited for you
      • online course, self-study, instructor-led
    • Research training recommended by certifying authority
    • Locate online information from certified individuals
    • Study for one certification/exam at a time
    • Set timeline for finishing certification
    • Set aside time daily to study, or attend class
    • Form a study group with others
    • Take practice exams
    • Register and take exams
  • 45. Market Overview Source: IDC Report “The Top 15 Worldwide IT Training Providers”, May 2000
  • 46. Market Trends Source: IDC Report “Worldwide and U.S. Corporate IT Education and Training Services: Forecast and Analysis, 1999-2004”, May 2000
  • 47. Some Numbers
    • MCP only - 675,000
    • MCSE - 400,000
    • MCDBA - 28,000
    • MCSD - 21,000
    • Cisco Networking Academies - 8,130
      • 136,000 students
      • 50 states, 130 countries
  • 48. Where to get more information
    • CompTIA http://www.comptia.org
    • Microsoft Training & Services http://www.microsoft.com/train_cert
    • Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine Salary Survey http://www.mcpmag.com
    • Prosoft / Certified Internet Webmaster http://www.ciwcertified.com
    • Cisco Networking Academy http://www.cisco.com/edu/academy
    • U.S. Dept. of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook http://stats.bls.gov/ocohome.htm (Click Professional and Technical, then Computer systems analysts, engineers, scientists)
    • University of Phoenix http://www.mcse.com
  • 49. Where to get more information
    • IT Certification (general) http://certification.about.com http://www.certcities.com (links to all vendor certs available)
  • 50. Open Floor
    • Questions?
    • Comments?