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The excerpt from chapter five focuses on maintaining professional certification, including sustaining professional associations, budgeting (time, energy, and money), volunteerism, and reviving expired or revoked certifications.
Professional certification has become a very popular topic and a significant number of individuals are making it a priority. Some people are torn on whether or not to obtain a certification to bolster their career. Others see the advantage of diversifying their professional portfolio and pursuing popular certifications in the areas of project management, information technology, quality, or human resources. The Basics of Achieving Professional Certification: Enhancing Your Credentials provides clear-cut guidance on how to select a certification that is right for you and how you can continue to build your credentials in support of personal and professional goals.
The excerpt from chapter five focuses on maintaining professional certification, including sustaining professional associations, budgeting (time, energy, and money), volunteerism, reviving expired or revoked certifications, and sunsetting certifications that have been retired.
Excerpted with permission from the publisher, CRC Press/Taylor & Francis Group, from The Basics of Achieving Professional Certification: Enhancing Your Credentials by Willis H. Thomas, Ph.D., PMP CPT. Copyright © 2013.
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