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Energy Career Paths, Ladders, Lattices; Certification, Licensure, and Assessment Development Center for Energy Workforce Development (CEWD) Indentifies Key Industry Credentials -
Center for Energy Workforce Development (CEWD) Identifies Key Industry Credentials:
CEWD, one of the original industry champions for ETA's Energy Competency Model, has created a framework for industry credentialing that includes both existing and new credentials. Using the Energy Competency Model as a conceptual framework and informed by focus groups with energy industry subject matter experts across the country, CEWD has identified a series of stackable credentials for individuals at various points in an energy industry career pathway. To read the full case summary, click here: http://www.careeronestop.org/competencymodel/Info_documents/
CEWD-CaseSummary.pdf
(Case Summary PDF, 200 KB)

Date:  August, 2014
Energy Career Exploration and Guidance; Career Paths, Ladders, Lattices Center for Energy Workforce Development Uses Energy Competency Model as Foundation for Career Pathways Model -

Center for Energy Workforce Development Uses Energy Competency Model as Foundation for Career Pathways Model: The Center for Energy Workforce Development (CEWD) is a non-profit consortium of electric, natural gas, and nuclear utilities and their associations. CEWD helps utilities associations, contractors and unions work together to develop solutions to the anticipated workforce shortage in the energy industry. In 2007, CEWD partnered with ETA to develop the Energy Generation, Transmission and Distribution Competency Model. To read more visit http://www.careeronestop.org/competencymodel/info_documents/
CEWDCMInAction.pdf
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Date:  February, 2010