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8 Ways Continuing Education Certificates Help Your Career

Engineering is just one of many professions that requires participation in continuing education programs in order to maintain a license. But even if your line of work doesn’t require a professional certificate or license, completing a continuing education program voluntarily goes a long way toward demonstrating your commitment and improving your knowledge of your field. […]

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How Intelligent is Your HR Technology?

A new variety of corporate learning tools have emerged to assist human resources departments charged with employee training. Modernized learning management systems (LMS) technologies are getting smarter and smarter, helping HR staff develop just the right tools for employee performance support. Today’s LMS opens your organization to the world, with translation tools and modules available […]

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Artificial Intelligence and Ethics in Design from IEEE Educational Activities

New Course Program Now Available: AI and Ethics in Design

Be among the first to bring Part 1 of IEEE’s Artificial Intelligence and Ethics in Design to your employees! Led by thought leaders in AI, philosophy and policy management fields, Artificial Intelligence and Ethics in Design is a five-course training from IEEE Continuing Professional Education. It will educate and empower professionals to practically implement ethical […]

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Upskilling Employees Effectively in 2018

The forecast calls for digitization that will put people out of work. However, the reality is a blizzard of job openings that may pile up due to an untrained workforce. Although talk of automation and artificial intelligence often leads to fear of unprecedented unemployment, advances in technology have repeatedly led to more jobs, not fewer. […]

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