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> Can you suggest some online certification courses in technical writing that
> useful and recognized? I searched the archive and most of the links point to
> stale pages. Apologies to start this topic again!
The STC in the US is pushing its own certification scheme http://www.stc.org/education/certification/certification-main though it is debatable how useful and how recognized it will be.
A good portfolio probably counts more than a certificate, though.
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