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Is this approved industrial experience?
Is this approved industrial experience?

Is EntryLevel certificate accepted or recognized globally?

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🥜 In a nutshell:

EntryLevel courses are not yet industry-recognized, but we are working towards accreditation to enhance course credibility and value.

At present, our courses at EntryLevel are not officially recognized as approved industrial experience by industry standards. However, we are actively working toward obtaining such recognition to enhance the value and credibility currently associated with our courses.

What are we doing to achieve accreditation?

Achieving industry approval is a priority for us, as it will provide formal validation of the skills and knowledge imparted through our courses. This recognition is essential for ensuring that the training we offer meets professional standards and is acknowledged within the industry.

Will your certificate be accepted or recognized by employers?

Many of our students have successfully found jobs using only the certificates and portfolios they developed through our courses. This demonstrates that, even without formal industry accreditation, our courses provide valuable skills and practical experience that are recognized by employers. We believe that the strength of our curriculum and the quality of work produced by our students speak for themselves, offering significant value and recognition in their own right.

Your certificate can get more valuable in the future

As we progress in our efforts to secure industry approval, we will keep our students informed of any developments. Once we achieve accreditation for any of our courses, we will promptly notify all enrolled and prospective students.

We appreciate your interest and are committed to enhancing our courses to meet industry standards and expectations. If you have any issues or questions, our support team is here to help you.

We're only an email away: [email protected]

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