Re: Last Word on Certification

Subject: Re: Last Word on Certification
From: Karen Gwynn/Datatel <Karen_Gwynn -at- DATATEL -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 19 Jan 1996 08:34:56 EDT

I agree 100%! We despirately need clear cut levels of tech writers. It would
help for hiring, training, and simply setting job expectations.

Karen Gwynn
kwg -at- datatel -dot- com

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At least for this go-round.

What I would like to see if certification ever gets off the ground is a
list of acceptance criteria (for lack of a better term) on what the
different levels of tech writer should be able to do. I know it sounds
like a job description, but if you're like I am, your company's
description of a tech writer is generic enough to be absolutely useless.

If we had a basic skills list, then someone could fill those prereqs with
either experience, degree, or the certification program itself.

Just another .02 from the anti-cert crowd.

Nancy Lynn Hayes (nancyh -at- pmafire -dot- inel -dot- gov) Carpe Diem
Seize the Day!


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