IIBA Certification

Subject: IIBA Certification
From: "John Cook" <john -dot- cook -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Mon, 21 Aug 2006 08:36:32 -0500

I received an e-mail this morning from a collegue whom I highly
respect. He said that he spoke with a mutual friend at TEKsystems
about the future of technical writers and, more specifically, skill
sets that will be desireable in the future. He strongly recommended
looking into the IIBA certification route because what we think of as
conventional or traditional technical writing is becoming less
important (and/or being offshored - which is not a verb but that's the
word he used).

My friend wrote that it appears that IIBA may be the hot new must-have
certification. I'm not familiar with this and thought I'd throw it
out to the collective. Is this something we should be adding to our
bag o' tricks?

Kind regards,
John Cook
Technical Writer / Help Author
john dot cook at gmail dot com

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