The 2021 Canadian Electrical Code, otherwise known as the CE Code or CSA C22.1-2021, has been released. National Electrical Codes Electricity powers the world, but […]
Many people use the terms certification and certificate interchangeably. While both recognitions fall under the category of a credential, they differ significantly. Therefore, individuals, particularly […]
During a 1979 Snurfer competition, Jake Burton Carpenter participated with a variant of his own design, winning the race, inventing snowboarding, and shifting the landscape […]
Certification bodies provide broad access to materials, education, and/or training for certification exam preparation, ranging from endorsed curriculum delivered by postsecondary higher education institutions to self-study guide to online courses.
Survey data showing that demand for certifications is increasing due to the pandemic is consistent with what is seen with other credentials. This data strongly suggests that individuals and employers see certifications as a pathway to new and/or continued employment.
In September 2020, ANAB was approved by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Apprenticeship as a Standards Recognition Entity (SRE). This approval enables ANAB […]
Survey data shows that certification bodies are ready to participate in linking their administrative data with other administrative data, in terms of already collecting data or being willing to collect additional data needed for accurate data matching.
The medical industry follows a pattern of continuous advancement to meet patient needs, with innovations in medical technology plentiful at almost any point in time. […]
ANSI/ASSP Z359.1-2020 – The Fall Protection Code has been released. This standard specifies minimum guidelines for the processes, systems, and components used in a managed […]
“This is unacceptable!” is something you might howl at your computer in frustration. However, there is a clear set of acceptability criteria for electronic assemblies. […]