Re: Technical Communication in Manufacturing Industry & Certification

Subject: Re: Technical Communication in Manufacturing Industry & Certification
From: "CB Casper" <knowone -at- surfy -dot- net>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 27 Jul 2005 05:51:36 -0800

Gene, are you sure this wasn't a response to another
thread to justify TW Certification?

Re: Certification--a new concept. Discuss.

>> being able to communicate your ideas clearly
without the need for support from a writer was
considered a characteristic of a *better* engineer
... An engineer who couldn't create a usable document wasn't necessarily considered unqualified, just less
qualified, and could easily be gainfully employed
for an entire career, with somewhat lesser prospects
for advancement. <<

And with a TW certificate, there would be an obvious
way to make this distinction.

CB - who listened to mashup music last night, so
mashing threads seemed appropriate this morning

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