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Dr. Roy Swift Highlights Issues and Solutions Impacting the Certification Community at Certification Networking Group
More than 650,000 unique credentials are currently offered in the U.S. today—from degrees, certifications, and certificates to badges, boot camps,
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Connecting Credentials for Manufacturing Workforce Success: Workcred to Join 2018 ACT Workforce Summit
Workcred's executive director, Roy Swift, Ph.D., will join the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council and the National Institute for Metalworking Skills
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Workcred to Join Event on Talent Pipeline for the Healthcare Industry
Workcred leadership will join experts at the North Eastern Regional Employment and Training Association (NERETA) summit, to focus on developing
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Workcred's Executive Director Joins Apprenticeship Powered by Industry (API) Working Group
The Apprenticeship Powered by Industry (API) initiative, a new enterprise supported by U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) funding that aims
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Workcred's Roy Swift to Moderate Workforce Skills Credentialing Panel at Association of Test Publishers Conference
Workcred's executive director, Roy Swift, Ph.D., will moderate a panel on "Workforce Skills Credentialing: A Global Review" on February 20
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At DoE's Rethinking Higher Education Summit, ANSI Director Highlights Credential and Accreditation Efforts
Vijay Krishna, Ed.D., senior director, credentialing programs, American National Standards Institute (ANSI), shared insights on ANSI's role in supporting quality
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Call for Nominations for ANSI Personnel Certification Accreditation Committee (PCAC)
ANSI invites nominations from interested persons to serve on the Institute’s Personnel Certification Accreditation Committee (PCAC). Nominations must be received by September 7, 2017, and are for three-year terms beginning January 1, 2018.
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