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On 06/07/2021 15:36, Italo Vignoli wrote:
As agreed during the last BoD call (July 2nd), I would like the BoD to
approve the following:

1. Develop a training for certification (attached), which allows to
access the "LibreOffice Certified" entry level (without specification
about migrations and training), after the usual certification review.
Once the training for certification has been approved, it will be
transformed into a series of online training classes provided through
Udemy (which seems to be almost a standard for certification training,
as it is used by Microsoft, Oracle and Cisco, plus others).

2. Keep the current "Migration Professional" and "Professional Trainer"
as main level certification for people who have a hands-on experience in
migrations or training (exactly as in the past). People with LibreOffice
Certification could apply for Professional Certification after 12 months
from the first certification, based on a migration/training project with
extensive documentation (a detailed report of the migration project, or
a detailed evaluation of the training project). Only people with full
pre-requisites compliance can directly access Professional Certification
without going through LibreOffice Certification.

3. Create the certification training for single applications:
"LibreOffice Writer/Calc/Impress/Draw/Base Certified Trainer", which is
simple and uncontroversial.

4. Create a "Senior Migration Professional" and a "Senior Professional
Trainer" certifications, only for certified professionals who have been
active in the project for a while and contribute as volunteers in some

5. Update all certification related documents to reflect all the above.

        +1 thanks,


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