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Switch careers? Yes, we can

11-09-2016 08:33 AM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: 360 GSP

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More and more people are unsatisfied with their current job and IT is worth considering.

More and more people are unsatisfied with their current job and IT is worth considering.

Nowadays, more and more people are unsatisfied with their current job and IT is worth considering for a wide range of reasons. IT is a high growth, high skill, rapidly changing and well-paid occupation that touches every area of the economy. However, switch careers is stressful, but not impossible and starting a new job takes an incredible amount of strength and energy. You just need confidence, courage and – especially – competence.

At 360 GSP Training we offer a first-class educational experience, designed to help you reach your full potential and get the career you want in IT. We have been successfully training and placing candidates into the industry for over 10 Years. We have trained over 8000 IT professionals and placed our candidates into employment with leading Blue Chip companies including Morgan Stanley, BT, John Lewis, Barclays and others.

Richard Sobolewski and Krunal Patel used to be into customer services and accounting and they decided to have a career change into IT. They did not have any IT background, but they now both work in this exciting avenue. We offered a support network to help and mentor them so that they could progress without any problem.

“360 GSP has a great teaching staff and a lab test centre that provides controlled conditions in which we study and learn.– Richard told us -. Their dedicated In-House Recruitment Team provided me with a Professional CV Building and an Interview Preparation that lead me to the job that I love. In fact, I am currently enjoying a contract work in one of the UK’s leading education-only ICT companies.”
“At 360 GSP you get a real hands-on experience that is essential in every job interview – Krunal told us -. They offered me on-site help and support as well as training, and I secured a full time job at St Mary’s University, Twickenham as a Second Line Support technician. I really recommend to join 360 GSP to whoever wants to build a career in IT.”

Our dedicated Recruitment team works alongside organisations across the UK to determine what employers are looking for to ensure that your career path will lead you to securing a job in IT. Our experienced team will work with you every step of the way to guide you through what you need to get working.

360 GSP is an IT training centre based in Wembley, London. We have been in the industry since 2003 and placed several candidates with leading Bluechip companies including IBM, Amazon and Goldman Sachs. We are specialised in Computer Networking, Network Security, Virtualization, Infrastructure, VoIP and Other related technologies. We are a Cisco, Microsoft, VMware, IBM and Citrix Partner.

360 GSP
York House, 21 Empire Way, Wembley HA9 0PA
020 8672 4151

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