CA to offer services training for IT grads

CA Technologies hopes to give recentcomputing graduates a leg up in the services-driven IT sector through a new programme called the Associate Services Graduate Programme (ASCP), reports ComputerWeekly.com CA will recruit from a range of courses for the programme, including technical disciplinescomp

graduate comstock.jpgCA Technologies hopes to give recent computing graduates a leg up in the services-driven IT sector through a new programme called the Associate Services Graduate Programme (ASCP), reports ComputerWeekly.com

CA will recruit from a range of courses for the programme, including technical disciplines computer sciences, information systems and information technology, and more business-oriented degrees such as management and administration.

Through the Associate Services Consultant Programme (ASCP), CA Technologies will be recruiting across a range of disciplines, such as computer science, computer information systems, and information technology, as well as more business-oriented degrees such as business administration, business management or international business and management.

The programme will provide training in the necessary business and technical skills to provide services related to specific CA products, and a pilot group of six associates, all of whom possess a BSc, MSc or PhD have already completed training and certification.

Debbie Shingler, director of CA Services in Europe, said: "By providing associates with a thorough understanding of our customers' business objectives, a solid working knowledge of CA Technologies solutions and the ability to effectively deploy these solutions, including team management and communication skills, CA will be better equipped to effectively serve customers and ensure they get the most out of their CA Technologies investment."

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