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Cornerstone Committee to Guide CTT+ certification


The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) has created a Cornerstone Committee to provide supervision and development for the Certified Technical Trainer certification (CTT+).

The CTT+ is an international, vendor neutral trainer accreditation that recognise a trainers delivery skills. It is accepted by many of today’s leading software vendors for fulfilment of the instructional skills aspects of many trainer certification schemes, including Microsoft, Lotus, Netscape, Oracle, and Novell. The CTT+ programme was related to eliminate redundancies among various instructor certifications across the training industry.

The committee will consist of members from leading training companies. Wendy Post, CTT+ program manager for CompTIA states “Each of the cornerstone members is working toward integrating CTT+ into existing professional development programs….Now, they are helping CompITA shape it for the future. We are looking to these industry leaders to provide ongoing strategic direction for the programme”.

Trainer Development Manager for SkillsCERT ltd.(formally part of the Trainer Development team for Corporate Learning), Lisa Evans will be chairing the committee. “It gives me great pleasure to bring an international perspective and experience to my role as the chair…The committee will take CTT+ to new heights. Being internationally recognised and vendor-neutral, CTT+ holds a unique place in the global training industry. The cornerstone committee’s responsibility is to capitalise on this uniqueness as effectively as possible” says Evans

Members of the committee (to date)include:

  • Lisa Evans, SkillsCERT Ltd.

  • Michael Lindstorm, Ericsson

  • Margaret Burniston, Friesen, Kaye and Associates

  • Dennis Fields, International Board of Standards for Training, Performance and Instruction (ibstipi)

  • Jeff Milburn, Intel Corporation

  • Karen Hyder, Kaleidoscope Training and Consulting

  • Julie Patrick, Knowledge Design Group

  • Janet Sheperdigian, Microsoft Corporation

  • Dave Dufresne, Thompson NETg

  • Karl Childs, Novell

  • Curt Valmy, OM-Tech Learning

  • Tcat Houser, TcatU

  • Nate Ficher, The Training Associates

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