Happy digital week readers! That’s the celebration that’s happening over at TechDeals this week anyway. I don’t think there’s anything religious about it, although I did once have a laptop that died for my sins. The less said about that the better.
Digital week is actually a week of reductions on some of the already great value deals on offer. We’ve had a look, and we think The Complete 2018 CompTIA Certification Training Bundle is the pick of them.
IT is a future-proof position.
According to the CompTIA website, 96 percent of HR managers use an IT certification as a screening or hiring criteria. There are a few different providers out there for certification, and CompTIA is one of the most widely-recognized.
However, as those taking their certifications would no doubt tell you, the 90 minute exam for each one can be a daunting prospect. Fortunately, thanks to The Complete 2018 CompTIA Certification Training Bundle, help is at hand.
Right now over at TechDeals there are 12 online study guides available to buy as one package for just $49.99. They’re produced by iCollege, who are one of the big hitters in terms of quality E-learning materials.
These normally pricey courses are currently on offer in a joint effort between iCollege and the tech industry. The idea is to help close the gap between the growing need for competent IT professionals and their relative scarcity in the market.
Here’s the full CompTia line-up:
Even if you don’t need help with every certification, it may still be worth investing in the bundle given the usual retail value. This bundle was on offer for $59 recently, but digital week has knocked it down again to just $49.99. Little wonder that over 1,500 budding IT gurus have already taken up this offer.
Sound good? Click the button below to read more about what this bundle has in store.
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