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    Also, I can't imagine an awful lot of senior staff working in schools are particularly up-to-date with current IT certifications. I hope I'm wrong though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by somabc View Post
    If they don't know what a MCITP is do you really want to work there?
    Depends who is actually doing the recruiting, even some big companies will get external agencies in once the CVs have been sent to the company themselves (Vodafone did this with Reed, even for some reasonably low internal jobs!) and they may not understand the terminology. I had to explain what an MCSE & MCSA were to the last agency I went to - sneakily applied for the same job through two different agencies and the one that didn't understand got me an interview from which I was offered the job towards the top of the advertised salary band. The other said I didn't meet all of the prospective employers requirements!

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    I would put MCTIP (MCSE Equivalent) so your application is not binned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somabc View Post
    I would put MCTIP (MCSE Equivalent) so your application is not binned.
    Well that would be MCITP:EA (MCSE Equivalent) or MCITP:SA (MCSA Equivalent)

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    Quote Originally Posted by plexer View Post
    Well that would be MCITP:EA (MCSE Equivalent) or MCITP:SA (MCSA Equivalent)

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    Yes like that then as long as the person doing the sifting see's those magic letters you will be OK. You can explain further at interview if there are any questions on it.

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    tip sheet

    Quote Originally Posted by plexer View Post
    I took the line of the fact that I am workign with 2008 so the MCITP:SA seemed to be the best direction.

    You need to know whats new in 2008 R2 and things that require a 2008 or w008 R2 functional level.

    Allthough the only thing that needs an R2 functional level is the AD recycle bin I think.

    I have a tip sheet you're welcome to if you want it.

    Ben

    i would like to have the tip sheet please

    thank you



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