Should Runtime Revolution have an accreditation course?

Frank D. Engel, Jr. fde101 at
Fri Jan 21 11:42:29 EST 2005

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Accreditation is normally based on a test or a series of tests, not on 
any particular class or course.  Various courses and classes are 
typically available as a preparation step, to help someone gain the 
knowledge and/or skills required to pass the test(s).

For examples of some existing certification programs:

On Jan 21, 2005, at 11:30 AM, Lynch, Jonathan wrote:

> Just wondering...
> Would it be helpful for RunRev (or someone who works outside of RunRev
> but is approved by them) to offer an online Runtime Revolution training
> course. Those who take the course, and make an A in it, would then be
> officially accredited.
> I can see benefits and disadvantages for such a thing. What are y'alls
> thoughts?
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