Telecommuting a Perk for Some IT Pros
Technology programs at CDI College offer quick, practical career training
Vancouver, BC - October 25, 2009 - One of the unique aspects of working in the technology sector is the ability to telecommute. Internet and web design careers, in particular, are becoming increasingly popular as telecommuting employment options. Those wishing to pursue careers in the IT sector can turn to the School of Technology at CDI College.
"The best course to take for telecommuting jobs is the Internet Solutions Developer," says Patti Lamusse, an instructor in the School of Technology at CDI College. "The internet and email, along with smart phones, has made this industry easier to manage working from home."
CDI College offers various programs in the technology sector including Internet Solutions Developer, Programmer-Analyst, Network and Database Administrator and Help Desk Analyst. The programs prepare students to face the challenges of a constantly changing industry by maintaining an up-to-date, focused curriculum. Practical and theoretical knowledge in the areas of web design, database management, network administration and computer programming are taught by industry professionals who have years of experience in the field.
While working from home allows for the pursuit of other activities such as professional development and continuing education, Lamusse notes that it requires great attention to organization and prioritization.
"Students need to be aware that this is the start of their career," she adds, "and additional training and education will be required to be successful as a home-based employee."