What does it take to become a Chartered IT Professional (CITP)?
Chartered IT Professional is awarded by BCS The Chartered Institute for IT. It is a professional registration aligned to the Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA). CITP has been around for over a decade and is recognised as the apex professional registration for IT practitioners.
CITP is a mark of excellence, it proves your competence as an IT practitioner has been rigorously and independently assessed. CITP is open to anyone who self-identifies as an IT practitioner in any field and occupation: civilian, military, academic, self-employed, etc.
Inclusive and broad as CITP’s catchment area is, the no. 1 reason why IT practitioners do not achieve CITP status is - they fail to submit an application! Most potential candidate step off from the assumption they are not qualified or experienced enough, or any one of 100 other reasons why they wouldn’t be eligible. Almost all these assumptions are false, and most IT practitioners are more than capable of becoming a Chartered IT Professional.
Join us for a Talking Tuesday interview with recently qualified CITP (Richie Savage – former Corps RSM of the Royal Corps of Signals) hosted by former CITP Assessor and Fellow of BCS, Court Assistant Paul Jagger CITP.
There is no charge, but we encourage you to donate to the WCIT Charity. You will find details of how to donate in your confirmation email.
Connection details can also be found in your confirmation email