Industry-recognized certifications/credentials offer a strategy for improving instruction and signaling that students have acquired a defined set of technical skills and knowledge. Industry-recognized credentials can help students find skilled employment and give them the option of later returning to school for a higher degree. Employers also benefit from a more highly skilled workforce with certifiable skills.
Earning an industry-recognized certification can provide students with many benefits including:
Students attain skills needed for that industry and can prove those skills with a certificate.
Students are more likely to not miss school and be more engaged in the learning process.
Certifications plant the seed for the students to be successful in their selected career path.
Certifications make the students more employable and often times earn higher wages.
CURIE CERTIFICATION OFFERINGS
|Accounting||Quickbooks, W!SE Financial Literacy|
|Automotive Technology||Snap On Multimeter NC3, ASE Brakes, ASE Steering and Suspension, ASE Electrical, ASE Engine Performance|
|Architecture||Autodesk Building Performance Analysis (BPA)|
|Broadcast Technology||Adobe Certified Associate (Photoshop), Adobe Premier|
|Culinary Arts||OSHA 10-General Industry, ProStart Certification, ServSafe Food Handler, ServSafe Sanitation|
|Digital Media||Adobe Certified Associate (Photoshop), Adobe Premier, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign|
|Game Programming/Web Design||Adobe Certified Associate (Photoshop), MTA (Microsoft Technology Associate) HTML 5|
|Pre-Engineering||Autodesk Inventor Certified User|
|Teaching Academy||Early Childhood Educator Level I, CPR, First Aid|