Re: STC certification program

Subject: Re: STC certification program
From: Phil Stokes <philstokes03 -at- googlemail -dot- com>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Tue, 18 Oct 2011 01:19:59 +0700

On 18/10/2011 01:04, Tony Chung wrote:

it will be difficult to standardize, with the range
of industries and even types of work out there
The same is true of being a medical practitioner or an engineer. Still, who would you rather employer a certified doctor/engineer over an uncertified one?

The onus, clearly, is on the certifying body to get the training certification right. In other industries, this usually encompasses a basis of academic knowledge combined with proven on-the-job skills. That said, I can't think of an industry with a certification program where it disadvantages either the employer or the practionner.


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