Creating an Internal Certification Program

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American Society for Training and Development, Feb 16, 2013 - Business & Economics - 16 pages
One of the most effective ways to address a knowledge or skill gap is through an internal certificate program. These programs can help an organization strategically and thoughtfully develop its talent while aligning with organizational goals and performance. But how do you know if a certificate program is right for your organization and where do you start? The "Creating an Internal Certification Program" Infoline will show you how to * Differentiate between certificate programs and certification. * Determine needs and capabilities for building a certificate program. * Design/Develop/Implement a certificate program step by step. * Create a program evaluation. * Plan for program maintenance. Also included is a job aid to help you evaluate your program as well as a sample timeline and checklist to keep you on track.

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Sara is a workplace learning and performance professional proud to be working as an ASTD Education Project Manager. Sara led the analysis and design of the ASTD Master TrainerTM Program and is excited to share insight on the participant experience, content, application, and benefits. Sara has been involved in managing learning for nearly 12 years with significant focus on strategy, management, coaching, design, and delivery. She has worked with a wide range of organizations, both private and public, and has been based in five different countries. Sara's expertise and passion is in maximizing the learning experience.

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