Credentials are quickly becoming a central part to reaching career pathway goals in many industries. Credentials allow you to show completed education, learned skills and abilities, and your ability to complete specific tasks. Many credentials are now industry-recognized and allow potential employers to feel confident in your skills and experience based on which credentials you have. Credentials can include certificates, licenses, and others.
The manufacturing industry recognizes a variety of credentials. These credentials are inclusive of various manufacturing industries, such as welding and machining. They also range from entry-level to high-skill for various jobs.
The credentials below will help you learn:
Many of these are transferable skills that will help you, even if you decide to change industries or career pathways in the future.
Here are a few of the credentials available in Manufacturing.