Re: STC certification program
it will be difficult to standardize, with the rangeThe 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?
of industries and even types of work out there
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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