Thanks for the list no matter how outdated. It's certainly a start.
Are there any on that list (or any others) that are industry standard or, better yet, identified by the fed gov agencies as certifications they accept? Do gov agencies use any type of certification programs for their own employees?
The paper you linked to only lists US based certification. Are you aware of any UK based bdies/organisations that offer similar certification? Or could you at least help me shortlist those mentioned in the said paper that are recognised internationaly?
UKTech the internationally recognised one currently for testing, within the UK, is the ISTQB (ISEB in the UK), there are two levels the foundation and advanced - the naming may change soon. It is recognised in a number of countries by those nations professional testing organisations.
ISTQB is currently headed up by Rex Black, training in it in the UK is offered by a large number of service providers including Grove and TSG.
Both Spice and PMI are recognised and offered through a limited number of training providers.
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