When evaluating an employee or collaborator, what importance do you give to courses and certifications?
I consider the course and certifications secondary, I respect the practical knowledge.
I give very little importance to courses, assuming they have the degree. I give more credence to certifications, but I want to know more about the certification itself as well as the organization issuing it.
Depends. On the job profile, needs and problem types.
Very little to certifications
Comparatively little - some of the best have been those who have adapted their world view in meaningful ways and thrown aside a lot of educational forcefeeding in the process. I think of an ultra-low temperature physicist who is still one of the best tester of my models.
related courses and certification will be a plus point, if importance will calculated by a mark of 1-5, i will give 4.
Quite a lot, experience is also important but qualifications are proof that a person has skills necessary even if they are lacking in experience.
literally , i will not give much intention in his certifications though they are major part for any successful carrer, but i will prefer his/her capability ,patience .
Keep it up and Best of Luck.
both are imporant and added to it skill and attitude
The real evaluation is the RESULTS, those papers doesn't even matter
It can be an entry to interview unless the person can make a visual or verbal impression first
It's important to have experience, courses are important, but plain knowledge is nothing without experience.
Almost no importance. In my case I don't care whether a person is a CCIE, I'm more interested in their thought process and how the solve real life problems than the fact that they passed an exam.
They should know that any engineer without a safety course certification and other engineering trade shortcourses certification in addition to thier degree certificate is not a complete engineering
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