Why don’t more individuals enter the ICT field? Probably because many people do not even know that ICT jobs exist. While people know about plumbers, electricians and carpenters, low voltage tech is not on their radar.
Listed here are statements from providers of products and services to the information and communications technology (ICT) industry, about their business-continuity status amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The list is in alphabetical order. We’ll update it as we become aware of changes or additions.
The opening keynote at the Winter BICSI conference will take the form of a panel discussion, titled “Public Policy in a Changing World—How Will It Impact the ICT Professional?” The panel will discuss key topics facing ICT professionals, including: low-voltage licensing; O*NET industry classifications and code assignments; and public work development initiatives. In addition, a focus will be placed on the landscape and some of the challenges and opportunities, as well as the importance in implementing new strategies and defending competency-based programs for the design, installation and integration of ICT fields.
For the second consecutive year, Cabling Installation & Maintenance is teaming up with Fluke Networks to administer a salary and compensation survey for professionals in the information and communications technology (ICT) industry in the United States. The survey will stay open through the end of 2019 and into the first couple weeks of January 2020. All individual data collected in the survey will remain anonymous. You can take the survey here.