Highlights from 2018 Certiport Certification Testing Days
Certiport and the ILCTE Innovative Curriculum Resources Project offered summer opportunities for Illinois Business and Technology teachers to sit for stackable credentials in industry-recognized areas of Microsoft Office, Adobe, Quickbooks, IC3, Microsoft Associate (programming areas), Entrepreneurship, and Autodesk (in some locations). The testing locations and highlights are listed below.
Certiport's Justin Barker and ILCTE BMCE Leader Diane Mahinda express their appreciation for all teachers and schools, who supported their teachers to attend the Summer Certiport Certification Testing Days! There were a total of 67 hour-long certifications passed during those three days of testing! AWESOME JOB, TEACHERS!
- July 9 -- Alan B. Shepard High School
- July 10 -- Thornton Fractional North High School
- July 12 -- Springfield Southeast High School
July 9 -- Alan B. Shepard High School, 13049 S. Ridgeland Avenue, Palos Heights, IL
Many thanks to Frank LaMantia and the Shepard High School staff for hosting the Certiport Certification Testing Day on July 9. There were 33 Certifications in all areas awarded that day! Congratulations! Below are a few of the hard-working business and technology teachers.
July 10 -- Thornton Fractional North HS, District #215, 755 Pulaski Road, Calumet City, IL
Thank you to Carol Brooks and Thornton Fractional North High School for hosting the July 10 Certiport Certification Testing Day for Business and Technology Teachers. Participating teachers were awarded 16 certifications in the various industry-recognized certification areas. Congratulations!
July 12 -- Springfield Southeast High School, Room 203, 2350 E. Ash, Springfield, IL
Many thanks to Jill Laub and the administration of Springfield Southeast High School for hosting the July 12 Certiport Certification Testing Day. Though the turnout was slight, those present were mighty by being awarded 18 certifications in the various Certiport Industry-Recognized areas. Congratulations Teachers! Unfortunately, no pictures were taken that day for this group.