Worldwide IT Certification Revenues Will Exceed $4 Billion In 2003.
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3. a recently published report from IDC, worldwide revenues in this market are on track to exceed $4 billion by 2003. Currently, the market stands at almost $2.5 billion.
"The IT skills shortage is forcing companies to offer attractive packages to fill IT positions, and these offers are capturing the attention of people with little or no experience in IT professions," says Anne-Sophie Dankens, a research analyst with IDC's IT Education and Training Services program. "These candidates need to be trained or certified See certification. before they can land an IT job."
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n. of emerging technologies, the increased need for recertification recertification Recredentialing Graduate education A process in which a professional is periodically re-evaluated–eg, every 10 yrs by an accrediting body to assure continued provision of safe, high-quality health care , the appearance of vendor-neutral programs, the competitive advantage, and other tangible Possessing a physical form that can be touched or felt.
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IDC expects the test delivery side of the certification market to grow faster than the certification training portion and the Internet Internet
Publicly accessible computer network connecting many smaller networks from around the world. It grew out of a U.S. Defense Department program called ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network), established in 1969 with connections between computers at the will play a key part in this growth. "The business of IT certification test delivery is mostly applying the Internet as a tool to facilitate its administration and management," Dankens said. "eCertification" remains limited to the IT assessment business and has not yet widely spread to the world of high-stake IT certification exams. However, IDC believes obstacles to "ecertification" will become less formidable as testing providers invest heavily in research to develop sophisticated test drivers and robust test delivery tools for the Internet.
IT certification for networking technologies is in high demand. IDC estimates certification related to networking currently accounts for 40-45 percent of certified professionals. Certifications for Internet/Web technologies and general IT skills are also in high demand.