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Entry-level Jobs Get Filled by Certified Applicants with National Career Certification Credenti
The bad economy has savvy applicants for entry-level jobs are making themselves standout above a crowded field of applicants with career certification credentials.
“NCCB does not require any practicums, internships, or on-the-job experience in a specific field. NCCB provides the initial entry-level certification to validate education, knowledge, and ability,” explained Jeanine Austin, Ph.D. Career & Life Coach. “Candidates for NCCB certification must first receive formal training through a college, university, career college, private career school, or other training center. Once the course of study is completed the candidate is then able to obtain certification from NCCB, which potential employers love to see,” she added.
Certified professionals rise to the top of the list for employment interviews, and many job seekers have found that the best way to be selected for any competitive entry-level job in a bad economy is to obtain career certification to validate knowledge and ability from the NCCB. Certification information can be obtained without cost or obligation online at http://www.NCCBoard.org.
“NCCB certification demonstrates that you have achieved the entry-level of professional knowledge in your specific field,” said Austin. “NCCB Certification gives you a mark of distinction which sets you apart and shows that you have achieved expertise in your field of study,” she added.
ProTrain, LLC is one of the leading providers of online courses of many kinds to colleges and universities, as well as other educational institutions. Students receive NCCB certification as part of the many available ProTrain courses.
“NCCB certification of our courses sets us apart from other third-party providers of online training courses and programs. Students looking for continuing education and professional certification are looking for courses at local colleges and universities that will help them pursue their desired career,” said Betty Gardner, chief executive officer of ProTrain.
Employers are more likely to hire applicants who have successfully taken NCCB certified classes. Details of NCCB certification can be found online at http://www.NCCBoard.org.
NCCB has established the basic educational requirements for each discipline. NCCB certification is provided through proctored exams that contain relevant career knowledge, using guidelines for entry-level national certification to ensure a high level of professionalism and ethical standards for certified individuals.
“Employers who hire entry-level job applicants with NCCB certification can do so with confidence,”
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