Topic: Re: My First Day At Hobart
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Certification means very little,qualification means everything. If you are qualified,you can easily become certified.Certification will only get your foot in the door somewhere, so they can see if you are qualified. I have taken more than my share of certification tests and one given by one company has never gotten me anywhere with another. I took a certification test once that took 8 hours a day, 5 days a week for 6 weeks. we did the coupon prep, stress relieving,machining and bending of our own coupons. Have I ever failed a certification test,you bet. Broke out on a stainless to carbon procedure qualification test once. Took it again in 3 days and had a perfect set of coupons. All in a days work.
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