Moved to the training forum.
I am 25, have been a NM for about a month now. Was a technician for about 3 1/2 years before that at another school, and before that did a few repair/installation type jobs. I started my first IT qualification 3 months ago, doing an OU degree in Computing, before that I have some AS levels in maths/chemistry/physics, and 2 years of OU chemistry degree study.
It's ALWAYS worth applying for the highest ranking position; a school can hire someone who ran a multi-million pound IT corporation with more CISCO and MS certs than I can list off the top of my head... But Education ICT, as most of us know, is a WHOLE different ballgame.
In business, most people specialize in one specific area; customer support, networking, desktop support, hardware, server, etc etc.
Us poor buggers in Education have to do ALL of it, in one role, for usually about 60% of what most of the 'specialists' make.
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