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I don't know if this is the right forum, but I don't see a section about Quality under the certifications forum so I will try here. Does any have any recommendation on which body to use if one is seeking a quality certification.

For example, I found the following:

1. Certified Associate in Software Quality: (CASQ) at http://www.softwarecertifications.org/cast/
2. Quality Improvement Associate Certification CQIA at https://asq.org/cert/quality-improvement-associate

Any feel on which organization is best recognized by the industry, softwarecertifications.org or asq.org





Jim

RE: Quality Certification

I hold a CQE, Certified Quality Engineer from ASQ, American Society for Quality. While the certification is for more than IT/Tech, it has value there. ASQ also offers CSQE, Certified Software Quality Engineer. And something like CMOE Certified Manager of Organizational Excellence, which was formerly CQM, Certified Quality Manager. They also offer Six Sigma belt certifications.

www.asq.org

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