The Web site is missing a whole chunk of information a prospective
student will want to know. First, which companies -- specifically -- are
looking for certified techs? List some. Which companies have stated they
are willing to pay for this certification for their existing workers.
Second, how will the trining help a person's salary? How will it compare
to say, an entry level job that requires no certification and therefore
no upfront costs for a worker, versus that of a certified employee. What
are the relevent statistics? Third, what placement programs are offered?
After a 10-12 week program that has to cost many thousands of dollars,
what does the prospective student have to look forward to in getting an
actual job in the industry?
Searching for the exact phrase "certified industrial robotics
programmer," as mentioned in the brochure, results in absolutely no hits
on Google. This despite being a certification that the brochure says is
"recognized proof of professionalism [symbolizing] a level of competency
valued by the industry." What other phrase can be used to look up this
certificate so that a prospective student can learn more about it from a
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