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Posted by James Donovan on 4 March 2015 Connect with James on LinkedIn Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

Are you thinking about earning a Network Infrastructure Training Certification? Wondering about whether it’s worth the effort?

Get hired:

Many infrastructure job positions require experience with CommScope or similar industry organizations.
Hiring managers indicate that training certifications are a high or medium priority during candidate evaluation process.
HR execs verify certifications among job candidates, and recruiters consider certification as part of their hiring criteria.

Get recognized:

Recruiters rate certifications as having extremely high or high value in validating the skills and expertise of job candidates.

Certification, training and experience are top characteristics when selecting a candidate for an infrastructure-related position.

Get ahead:

In the network infrastructure industry, employees who hold a recognized training certification can earn more, annually, than their peers.

Training and certification play essential roles in preparing infrastructure professionals for the evolving infrastructure market.

When you pass a CommScope Certification, you become a member of the CommScope Infrastructure Academy community, with access to all of the benefits provided through the CommScope program. You can find lots of ways to keep your skills relevant, applicable and competitive.

A CommScope Certification is recognized worldwide and can help open doors to potential job opportunities.

Feed the passion, reap the rewards

Do it all because you want to, not because you have to. The gain is amazing. Hunger for knowledge.
Certifications are more than a credential for your employer or potential employer to measure you by. It is your own measuring stick as the only person you really need to best is yourself.

Advice from us, going forward

We recommend students continue to develop their own plans for further certifications. Our key recommendation is prepare, prepare, prepare. Get some experience, attend a course (online or classroom) and try things out.

Earn your experience by doing … start with earning a training certification of a product you already know. This will make studying easier, passing your assessment rate will go up, and your self-confidence will boost. That’s what you need for taking another assessment. Everyone fears failure, but the rewards of success is worth the effort.