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For individuals certification can lead to better visibility, opportunities, and jobs. In today's increasingly complex and highly specialised local, national and global economies, credentials are essential. You may feel you've got the skills to do the job, but how do you convince potential customers and employers? For many career-minded professionals, the answer is this; to remain as competitive as possible, you must be certified.
For employers, incorporating certification into your workplace means introducing consistent, measurable and industry-recognized standards. Employees should know what to expect and how they measure up against their peers. Certification offers staff a sense of pride in their performance, gives them confidence in handling challenging situations, and builds a commitment to their profession. For the employer, this pride and confidence results in superior organisational efficiency and greater levels of customer service that converts into increased sales and repeat business.
Employers who support certification agree that it not only inspires high standards among their employees, but also distinguishes the greatly dedicated staff members within the company. In looking around your own circles, you'll likely see that your certified colleagues and peers are dedicated to their jobs, serious about their careers, and have plans to continue developing and growing in this profession.
Offering certification opportunities to your staff will help you retain your valuable employees as well as increase your bottom line.
In short, offering certification can help make you an employer of choice.
IP Test Labs offers a range of recognised certifications covering many areas. Some certifications are vendor driven and designed to deliver skills on specific applications or technical environment. An example of this type of certification is the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) or the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA). Other certifications are developed independently of vendors by industry bodies, such as PRINCE2 Project Management.