On March 19, we had the pleasure of inaugurating the “MIIT, Master of IT Infraarchitecture” course.
As we mentioned in our last post, this intensive training, dedicated to IT infraarchitecture jobs, aims to promote the employability, integration, or retraining of job seekers aged 19 to 50. Learners will benefit from solid technical foundations related to both CCNA R&S and Security certification as well as ITIL fundamentals and soft skills for a good understanding of the IT market.
We are honored to gather in our premises, in co-organization with the a href=”http://www.digitalmcd.com”>MCD association, the teams of Art2M, Learneo, EasyVista, La La Mission Locale, la a href=”https://www.fondationface.org”>Fondation Face, Alter’Action, and Colombbus.. It was an opportunity to share the progress of our joint actions with MCD, supported by the Paris City Hall via the ParisCode program, the Île-de-France Region, Pôle Emploi, and the HSBC Foundation for Education.
Khelil Riah, consultant for EVA Group, had the opportunity to accompany the learners on the first session of the MIIT, Master of IT Infraarchitectures training:
“Beyond the technical skills provided by the CCNA certification, recognized and sought after by employers on the job market, the training conveys the soft skills necessary for their employability. Nowadays, a good candidate must not only have good technical skills, but also good social skills. It is the added value of this training that will allow learners to differentiate themselves from other candidates in their job search.
What I like about the MIIT training is that the module that I give allows them to be completely “operational”. This makes training catalytic for their return to work.
The content of the module includes several steps:
- State of the IT market and its challenges
- Review of the different CIO organizations where they will work
- Review of processes (ITIL) that govern their operation with practical cases
- Transmission of different project management methodologies (V-cycle, Agile…)
- Know-how, revision of resumes, cover letters, and preparation for job interviews
Anything that cannot be discussed in session will be transmitted in e-learning.
As a trainer, the human and social dimension of this training is very stimulating and brings meaning to this mission. It is important to accompany learners in moments of doubt because certifications can be challenging to grasp for the people without IT background.
I look forward to meeting the future learners of the April session! For your information, recruitment is open. You can send your resumes and cover letters to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Back to the Data Security Helper Training
While the event’s goal was to officially present this training, it was also an opportunity to have a look back on the first collaboration that brought together in 2018 the same actors around the project “Data Security Helper” (diploma of Senior Technician in Telecommunications and Computer Networks).
To date, of the 19 participants, 92% say they found the training useful for their professional integration while we were able to observe a 52% success rate in the TSRIT of the 14 people who took the exam.
As a symbol of a return to professional life, the graduation ceremony was a great moment for the graduates who shared their testimonies and feelings on this intense training.