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February | From Donuts to Doing: Forging Strong Ties With Industry
January | 1+1>2 or the Whole is Greater than the Sum of its Parts (with thanks to Aristotle)
December | Stand Out in a Crowded Industry – The Power of a Credential
November | Credentials DO Matter- Marks of Quality in a Growing Industry
October | Chicago Bound! IREC Connects With Industry @SPI
September | New IREC Standards: Collaboration + Consensus = Value To You
August | Do School Bells Still Need to Ring? Seat Time vs Competency Framework
July | IREC Earns National Mark of Distinction through ANSI Accreditation
June | Graduation to Employment: Are Students Trained for Available Jobs?
May | Cultivating the Credentialing Landscape
April | Delivering the Message: Credentialing Drives Quality Training RE & EE Programs
March | Workforce Investment Boards Meet IREC
February | Do Credentials Really Matter?
January | The Year Behind: The Year Ahead