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The Data Dichotomy: To Collect It or Not? Join February Workcred Webinar


Register for the February 14 Webinar

Did you know that data can demonstrate the real-world value and ROI of certifications? Join the webinar “The Data Dichotomy” on February 14, 2023, at 1:00 p.m. EST, hosted by Workcred and Pearson Vue to showcase how harnessing data in a simple, effective way provided actionable insights for the Board of Certified Safety Professionals and Pharmacy Technician Certification Board on their certification programs.

The Power of Linking Data

Despite certifications’ prevalence in the workforce, there is no complete, centralized source of data on the outcomes or impact of certifications. What’s more, there is a growing need to understand the role of certifications in career and credentialing pathways, including the impact on wages, which can help the certification bodies serve both candidates and employers more effectively.

Linking data allows certification bodies to better understand and serve their clients, while significantly deepening the understanding of the role of certifications in credentialing pathways and their impact on wages.

In an effort to provide much-needed transparency for certifications, Workcred—an affiliate of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI)—and partner certification bodies are working to match data from certification service providers, educational attainment and enrollment data from universities, and aggregate wage data from the U.S. Census Bureau.

The Data Dichotomy: Webinar Details

Relevant for certification directors to C-level leadership, the webinar will provide valuable insights to everyone who works in assessments and credentialing, and participants will get a better understanding about how data can work for them.

Access additional details on the project and Pearson Vue’s involvement. Register for the webinar via Workcred.


Jana Zabinski

Senior Director, Communications & Public Relations


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Beth Goodbaum

Journalist/Communications Specialist


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