5 Things to Know About Career Certifications [with 300+ Certifications to Consider]

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Written by: Rebecca Graham | Best Company Editorial Team

Last Updated: February 24th, 2020

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While many of us think of a four-year degree when it comes to college, certificate and associate's degree programs actually rival bachelor's degree programs in enrollment and awards conferred.  The combined number of certificates and associate's degrees being awarded by colleges — around 2 million per year — is similar to the number of bachelor's degrees awarded, according to Georgetown University's recent report regarding the labor-market value of associate's degrees and certificate programs.

And certificate holders within the fields of engineering technologies and drafting are making up to three times as much as those with only an associate degree in a similar field.

Career certificates have the potential to catapult you into a new career or equip you with skills to work more competitively within your current job or industry. Read on to discover the value of career certifications and how one can benefit you. 

1. Certifications can determine, guide, or supplement your chosen career

Certifications can stand alone, work alongside a degree, or qualify you to start in a career by covering job-specific knowledge you didn't obtain in college. 

For example, to become a private investigator, you need to possess a bachelor's degree in criminal justice or a related field. But to supplement your knowledge base and experience, Darrin Giglio, chief investigator with North American Investigations, recommends additional undergraduate coursework or certification courses. "It's desirable that you've taken courses in criminology, surveillance, law, and photography." 

In some cases, career certifications are a welcome alternative to a four-year degree with generally a smaller investment of money and time. Do you have a degree but want to make a career change? You can enter into some careers with zero experience by obtaining the necessary education and certifications. 

2. Niche courses can aid in personal development, not just career advancement

Even if you're happy where you are in your job, the added knowledge you can gain from a career development course can give you a new perspective when facing challenges. Having completed formal training, you'll better be able to come up with innovative solutions with newfound confidence. 

And sometimes it helps to look out-of-the-box for career development opportunities.

Tech product manager Wren Ludlow believes that, in general, a certification won't make or break a hiring opportunity, but certifications can be a powerful supplement for personal development. He has found his Scrum credentials to be valuable in the workplace, and he appreciated his employer's willingness to pay for the course.

However, it's the CliftonStrengths assessment that has made the biggest impact on Ludlow professionally. "The assessment has helped me to capitalize on my natural strengths and pursue where I can be most successful," he explains. "What I've discovered is that I like to achieve things and learn, but I do those things in the lens of my first two strengths: communicating and working with other people. This knowledge has helped me pursue projects and growth opportunities that play to those strengths and add a lot more fulfillment to my work."

3. Talking to pros in your industry can help you identify which certifications to pursue

Are you seeking a promotion or job change? A certificate can give you the edge over the competition. But do your research before pursuing a degree and/or a certificate. In general, it won't hurt your job prospects to have additional training. However, even free certifications are an investment of time, so put your time where it will help you go the farthest. Consult coworkers to see what they have done, talk to your manager about what skills they'd like to see you gain or expand, and reach out to potential mentors who are two steps ahead of where you are now. 

In some cases, in addition to a certification, you need to acquire a degree and/or a certain amount of experience in your field.

Here are some pro tips for seeking career certification recommendations within different industries:

Finance

Wealth advisor and Clear Financial Partners CEO Tim Clairmont, CFP®, explains that a combination of experience, education, and test-taking proficiency go into becoming a Certified Financial Planner (CFP). "The CFP is the pinnacle designation for financial planners," Clairmont says. Requirements for a CFP are as follows:

  • A bachelor's degree
  • Five years of industry-related experience
  • Adherence to a strict code of ethics
  • Commitment to ongoing continuing education
  • The completion of seven courses of post-graduate work
  • A passing score on a comprehensive examination

Clairmont stands behind the integrity of the exam, which is as close to comprehensive as possible in dealing with real-life financial situations: "The exam covers everything financial planning related: taxes, investments, annuities, life insurance, estate law, ethics, holistic financial planning, and more." Clairmont requires all of his company's advisor trainees pursue and achieve the CFP designation before they are allowed to work independently with clients. 

Technology

Amazon Web Services

One in-demand certification in the software and information technology (IT) industry is the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Developer certification. "AWS is the biggest cloud platform developers can use, which makes this certification so popular," explains Digital Software Products founder Colin Ma. 

Ma was studying for the AWS Developer certification and was on track to pass it when he got offered a job. "The CEO was impressed that I had cloud experience and was studying independently for the certification, and it definitely gave her additional confidence to hire me," he explains. The job was at a busy startup so he wasn't able to complete the certification there, but in addition to giving him a competitive edge in hiring, he was able to utilize his AWS expertise in his new responsibilities. 

Machine learning engineer Peter Song benefited similarly from his AWS expertise, helping him land his current job. "Some people undervalue certifications, saying that practical experiences are more important, and I agree," Song says. "However, if you want to have hands-on experiences, you first have to prove your knowledge to get a chance. And in addition the knowledge gained, I believe that earning career certifications can prove your passion and interest."

The hiring manager told Song that his AWS Certified Solutions Architect certification greatly impacted their decision since the firm was looking for someone with AWS knowledge, which is no surprise given its increasing popularity. In addition to the Certified Solutions Architect certification, Song also recommends the AWS Certified Big Data specialty. 

Agile

In delivering, Agile Method is rapidly rising as the norm, according to Richard Cheng, VP of Training and Chief Product Owner at Excella Training. The most widely recognized certification in the Agile field is the Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) accreditation, which shows that you have a sound foundation and even a deep-dive understanding of Agile principles and the Scrum framework. Cheng explains that job listings that say "CSM certification preferred" or "CSM certification required" are increasingly common. 

"Any organization that is going through an Agile transformation should have a mix of Scrum teams and Kanban teams," according to Cheng. From a Kanban standpoint, the most widely recognized certification is the Kanban Management Professional 1 (KMP1). " While it doesn’t have nearly the number of certificate holders as the CSM, that base is also growing."

SOLIDWORKS

SolidProfessor applications engineer Patrick Ehrhardt recommends three SOLIDWORKS designations in particular for computer-aided design (CAD) drafters, technicians, and engineers, in order of difficulty to obtain:

  • Certified SOLIDWORKS Associate (CSWA)
  • Certified SOLIDWORKS Professional (CSWP)
  • Certified SOLIDWORKS Expert (CSWE) 

Ehrhardt explains that his employees who have these certifications require less time in training and have more time to do their jobs. "I hire a lot of engineering design interns and seeing a CSWA or CSWP on their resume really stands out to me," he says. "It shows that they're comfortable with the software so they can focus their time on the task instead of figuring out how to use the tool. We want them to concentrate on designing, so the less time they spend fighting against the tool, the better off we are as a company." 

Having obtained the first two credentials himself, Ehrhardt experiences benefits beyond the hire and beyond project competency. "Earning my CSWA and CSWP has really given me a lot of confidence in my designs and approach. I know that, in the world of solid part modeling, I could build pretty much anything I need to. And going through the process of earning these credentials has also given me a lot of respect and understanding of just how deep the software and design field goes." 

CompTIA Security+

Within cybersecurity, the CompTIA Security+ certification comes highly recommended by Will Ellis, IT security consultant and founder of Privacy Australia. He says professionals with this certification are often recognized as having both broad knowledge and a high skill level within the cybersecurity field. Plus, it is globally recognized and respected and is approved by the United States Department of Defense.

Ellis explains, "Those who have attained this designation generally have knowledge and skills in cryptography, security infrastructure, threat management, and network access control, so there are great benefits to hiring someone with such a high degree of understanding and experience in network security." 

Communications and marketing

Google Analytics

Aaron Watters, CEO of digital marketing agency Leadhub, looks for candidates who have the Google Analytics Individual Qualification certification, which is comprised of roughly 70 questions drawn from the Google Analytics for Beginners and Advanced Google Analytics courses. The caveat to this certification is that the answers to the test can be found online.

To push back against the realities of potential cheating, Watters tests interviewees on certificate-based knowledge to see if they actually know what they are talking about. He emphasizes, "If you're going to put this certification on your resumé, you better have the skills to back it up." 

Google Adwords

Growth Marketing founder Stacy Caprio says marketing-specific certificates are crucial for digital marketers just starting their careers. "Having a certification shows you at least know enough to click the right answers on a test," she explains. "It shows you have a starting point to jump off from instead of starting to learn on the job from scratch."

Caprio especially values Google Adwords for marketing professionals: "It makes a huge difference when people are looking to hire you, especially when you are younger without as many years of direct experience managing campaigns." 

Course Combos

If you're a digital marketer, these Google certificates are crucial, as most recruiters and hiring managers actually expect to see one or both on an applicant's resume according to Flyparks online marketer Alice Bedward. "Combined, these certifications show that the candidate has some level of competency when it comes to data collection and analysis and understands search engine marketing best practice," she explains. "While it won't open up many job opportunities alone, it will fit well with other digital marketing courses and exams alongside your job training." Plus, it's free of charge and can be completed within a couple of weeks or less. 

Bedward also recommends the free courses offered by MOZ, SEMRush, and Hubspot. She says they are easily understandable, appreciated internationally, and can help you to stand out more in a crowded space at a junior level. 

SEO 

Kelly Diehr, PR and search engine optimization (SEO) coordinator for scavenger hunt company Let's Roam, explains that regardless of the specific course you choose, an SEO certificate is becoming vital for anyone in the marketing or public relations industry. "Platforms that were traditionally word-of-mouth have quickly become digital, and mastering that new frontier can be make or break," she says. "An SEO certification shows you are tech-savvy and can keep up with the evolving industry." 

Diehr recommends any SEO certificate programs that provide a knowledge base for the following skills:

  • Keyword research
  • Link building 
  • Landing press exposure
  • Understanding Google ranking methods

Event management

Lauren Grech, CEO and cofounder of LLG Events & LLG Agency and adjunct professor at New York University, teaches in the United States' first-ever M.S. in Event Management program at New York University's Jonathan M. Tisch Center of Hospitality. According to Grech, certificate coursework and training from accredited institutions are going to be increasingly important for event planning professionals as the industry continues to grow and integrate with other sectors, such as travel, hospitality, and tourism. So why is formal training essential in this field? 

She explains, "I have traveled all over the world — from Europe, the Middle East, and French Polynesia, to Asia and Central America — examining the global event industry from the perspective of the planner, client, venue and other vendors, uncovering fierce competition; pricing disparities amongst vendors from various professions; and no defined criteria for event execution, causing venues to consistently underperform within their events departments. This is all due to the fact that there has never been any formal, accredited training established within the wedding and event industries as they now apply to hospitality and tourism. 

Grech hopes to change that norm for her event management students. With formal event management training, vendors entering the industry will know how to price themselves, know how to define their value, and where to start when running an event from concept to execution. 

4. Employers will often pay for career development courses 

Some companies have a professional development benefit built into the benefits structure. But even if that isn't standard at your place of employment, it's worth talking to an HR representative about the possibility. Put together a proposal detailing what the certification is, how much it costs, and how the skills you learn will prove to have a strong ROI for your team and for the company as a whole. 

Product manager Deric Lambdin has taken several courses over the span of his career from e-learning companies like Codeacademy, edX, and Linda, and in some cases, his employer has helped cover the costs. Lambdin says that through online courses, he has been exposed to new principles and has deepened his understanding of concepts surrounding his real-world experiences, enhancing his on-the-job training — and these benefits are all assets to his company. 

"I feel like employers are better recognizing the value of helping expand their employee's education," Lambdin explains. "Instead of being scared that employees will leave after receiving that type of education, they want to stay and apply the principles they learn within the company." 

5. Not all certifying organizations are worthy of your investment

When you're going to invest time and money into a certificate course, do your research on the certifying organization itself by consulting customer reviews. Reviews can alert you to red flags about a career certification company or highlight strengths that one organization has over another. 

Career Certification Courses

If you're curious about some of the certification courses and designations available in your industry or want to consider alternate career possibilities, we've got you covered. 

We've divided these certifications into industry-based categories, but be aware that some certifications can be beneficial across several job types, while others are highly specific. 

While some designations and courses listed here are offered only by one certifying company or body, there may be similar certifications across several certifying organizations. 


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Arts & Design

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Automotive

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Business & Finance

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Communications

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Construction & Engineering

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Education

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Emergency & Medical Services

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Public Safety

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Tech

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Arts & Design

Adobe Illustrator 
Adobe InDesign 
Adobe Photoshop 
Avid Certified Media Composer 
Avid Certified Mixer 
Board Certified Art Therapist 
Certified Applied Poetry Facilitator 
Certified Eating Disorders Creative Arts Therapist
Digital Arts Certificate 
Digital Video Editor 
Marketing Design Certificate
Multimedia Arts Certificate 
Music Therapist 
Registered Drama Therapist 

Automotive

Automobile Technician 
Automotive Parts Specialist 
Certified Auto Glass Master 
Certified Master Dealer 
Diagnostician 
Electric Vehicle Technician 
Light Vehicle Diesel Engines 
Master Collision Repair & Refinishing Technician 
Rebuilder Specialist 
School Bus Technician 
Undercar Specialist: Exhaust Systems 
Vehicle Maintenance Management and Inspection 

Business & Finance

Accredited Tax Preparer 
Associate in Personal Insurance 
Associate in Risk Management 
Bookkeepers Certification 
Certified Accounts Payable Associate
Certified Advertising Specialist 
Certified Associate in Project Management 
Certified Brand Manager 
Certified Business Intelligence Professional 
Certified Collegiate Retailer 
Certified Employee Retention Specialist 
Certified Event Rental Professional 
Certified Facility Manager 
Certified Financial Planner 
Certified Financial Risk Manager
Certified Insurance Service Representatives
Certified International Tax Analyst 
Certified Investment Management Analyst
Certified Manager 
Certified Merger and Acquisition Advisor 
Certified Payroll Professional 
Certified Pension Consultant 
Certified Public Accountant 
Certified Relocation Professional 
Certified Risk Management Professional
Certified Sales Professional 
Chartered Financial Analyst 
Master Financial Planner 
Microsoft Excel 
Microsoft Outlook 
Microsoft PowerPoint 
Professional in Human Resources
Ten Key 

Communications & Marketing

Advanced Google Analytics 
Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology 
Certified Broadcast Meteorologist 
Certified Digital Radio Broadcast Specialist
Certified Level Sign Language 
Certified Medical Interpreter 
Certified Translator 
Google Adwords 
Hubspot Content Marketing
National Interpreter Certification 
Registered Broadcast Captioner 
Registered Professional Reporter 
Sirius Decisions

Construction & Engineering

Certified Composting Program Manager 
Certified Construction Manager 
Certified Design Drafter 
Certified Pump Installer 
Certified Recycling Systems Manager
Certified Well Driller
Construction Site Safety Technician 
Enterprise Architect Fellow 
Highway Design 
Hydrologic Technician 
Master Certified Green Professional 
Mechanical Certified Drafter 
Mechatronics Certification Test 
Petroleum Engineering Certification 
Pipeline Construction Inspector 
Product Safety Design Engineer 

Education

Certified Career Counselor 
Certified Master Resume Writer 
Certified Personal and Family Finance Educator 
Certified Professional in Learning and Performance 
Grant Professionals Certification 
Microsoft Certified Educator 
Nationally Certified School Psychologist 
School Nutrition Specialist 
Teaching English as a Foreign Language
Technology Literacy for Educators 

Emergency & Medical

Accredited Traffic Accident Reconstructionist 
Board Certification in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork 
Biomedical Electronics Technician 
Certification in Allergy & Immunology 
Certification in Anesthesiology 
Certification in Long Term Care 
Certified Dental Technician 
Certified Eating Disorders Registered Nurse
Certified Emergency Disaster Professional 
Certified Flight Registered Nurse 
Certified Genetics Counselor 
Certified Healthcare Billing and Management 
Certified Healthcare Emergency Professional 
Certified Hospice and Palliative Nursing Assistant 
Certified Medical Office Manager 
Certified Pharmacy Technician 
Chemotherapy Certification 
Correctional Behavioral Health Certification 
Cytotechnologist 
Dental Assistant 
Direct Support Professional 
EKG Technician 
Emergency Fire Dispatcher 
Emergency Medical Dispatcher 
Emergency Police Dispatcher 
Gerontology
Home Care Certification 
Medical Assistant 
Medication Aide Certification 
MRI Technologist 
Nationally Certified Medical Assistant 
National Reflexology Certification 
Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing
Occupational Therapy Assistant 
Orthotic Fitter Certification
Pediatric Primary Care Mental Health Specialist 
Phlebotomy Technician 
Phlebotomist 
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery 
Registered Sleep Technologist Certification 
Sartech (National Association for Search and Rescue) 
Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner
Sterile Products (IV) Certification 
Technologist in Blood Banking 

Fitness & Beauty

Aquatic Fitness Instructor Certification 
Certified Aesthetic Laser Operator 
Certified Athletic Trainer 
Certified Cancer Exercise Trainer 
Certified Personal Trainer 
Fitness Nutrition Specialty Certification 
Group Exercise Instructor 
Holistic Nutritionist Certification 
Indoor Group Cycling Certificate 
Kettlebell Specialty Certification 
MMA Conditioning Specialist 
Pilates Certified Teacher 
Registered Dance/Movement Therapist 
Sports Injury Specialist 
Water Ski Instructor/Coach 
Weight Management Specialist Certification 

Home Services

Air Conditioning Installation Technician 
Carbon Monoxide Safety Certification 
Certified Carpet Master Installer 
Certified Flooring Installation Manager 
Certified Interior Designer 
Certified Kitchen and Bath Remodeler 
Certified Master Locksmith 
Certified Mold Professional 
Certified Satellite Installer 
Certified Ventilation System Inspector 
Certified Vinyl Installer 
Electrical Certification 
Fiber Optics Technician 
Gas Heat Certification 
Grouting and Reinforced Masonry Certification 
HVAC Efficiency Analyst 
Registered Piano Technician 
STAR HVAC Mastery 
Universal Design Certified Remodeler 
Wireless Systems Installer Technician 

Hospitality & Leisure

Accredited Cruise Manager 
Certified Cruise Counsellor 
Certified Hotel Concierge 
Certified in Exhibition Management 
Certified Pool/Spa Operator 
Certified Restaurant Server 
Certified SPA Supervisor 
Certified Special Events Professional 
Certified Tour Guide 
Gaming and Vending Technician 
ServSafe Alcohol 
Travel Agent Executive

Legal

Certified Paralegal 
Board Certification in Criminal Trial Law
Board Certification in Family Law Trial Law 
Certified Legal Video Specialist 
Estate Planning Law Specialist 
Professional Legal Secretary 

Outdoors & Environment

Board Certified Entomologist 
Certified Agricultural Irrigation Specialist 
Certified Caddie 
Certified Casting Instructor 
Certified Consulting Meteorologist 
Certified Crop Adviser
Certified Environmental Drycleaner 
Certified Forester 
Certified Green Purchasing Professional 
Certified Grounds Technician 
Certified Irrigation Contractor
Certified Master Arborist
Certified Park and Recreation Professional 
Certified Renewable Energy Professional 
Energy Efficiency Management Certificate Program 
Erosion and Sediment Control 
Seasonal Equestrian Staff Certification 
Stable Manager
Trail Guide Instructor 

Personal & Pet

Board Certified Autism Technician 
Board Certified in Animal Food Science 
Board Certified in Animal Genetics 
Certification in Cognitive Therapy 
Certified Addiction Specialist 
Certified Childcare Professional 
Certified Corrections Officer 
Certified Group Psychotherapist 
Certified Farrier 
Certified Funeral Service Practitioner 
Certified Labor Doula
Certified Lactation Counselor 
Certified Manager of Animal Resources 
Certified New Parent Educator
Certified Postpartum Doula 
Certified Professional Dog Trainer 
Certified Professional Pet Sitter 
Certified Sex Therapist
Child Development Associate 
International Board Certified Lactation Consultant 
Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator 
National Certified Master Groomer 
Residential Child and Youth Care Professional 

Production & Maker

CNC Milling Certification 
Concrete Construction Special Inspector 
Certified Baker 
Certified Decorator 
Certified Floral Designer 
Certified Food Safety Professional
Certified Garment Care Professional 
Certified Gemologist 
Certified in Production and Inventory Management 
Certified Metalworking Fluids Specialist 
Certified Personal Chef 
Certified Therapeutic Shoe Fitter 
Certified Watchmaker of the 21st Century 
Certified Welder 
Concrete Sawing & Drilling Operator Certification
Machining
Master Alteration Specialist 
Precision Sheet Metal Operator Certification 
Protective Coatings Specialist 
Registered Jeweler 
Screw Machining 
Soldered Electrical & Electronic Assemblies

Real Estate

Accredited Buyer’s Representative 
Accredited Staging Partner
Certified New Home Sales Professional 
Certified Property Manager
Certified Real Estate Brokerage Manager
Certified Residential Underwriter
Housing Development Finance Professional 
Master in Residential Marketing
Military Relocation Professional 
Mortgage Loan Officer 
National Apartment Leasing Professional 
Realtor 
Residential Accredited Appraiser
Residential Certified Mortgage Servicer 

Safety

Certified Fire Plan Examiner 
Certified Fraud Examiner 
Certified Information Privacy Professional
Certified Playground Safety Inspector 
Certified Portable Fire Extinguisher Technician 
Certified Safety Technician 
Certified Safety Instructor
Certified Hazardous Materials Technician 
Certified Hazardous Materials Supervisor 
Certified Homeland Protection Associate 
Certified Stormwater Manager 
Infection Control Certification 
Criminal Intelligence Certified Analyst 
Fire Inspector 
Fire Plans Examiner 
Lifeguard Certification  
Private Investigator
Tenprint Fingerprint Certification 

Tech

Adobe Analytics Business Practitioner 
Adobe Audience Manager Architect 
Agile Certified Product Manager 
Amazon Web Services Developer
Apple Certified iOS Technician 
AutoCAD Civil 3D Certified Professional 
Certified Biometrics Professional 
Certified Encryption Specialist 
Certified Ethical Hacker
Certified Product Manager 
Certified ScrumMaster
Certified Telecom Professional 
Cisco Certified Architect 
Cloud Architect 
CompTIA Cloud+
CompTIA Security+
Developing SQL Data Models 
Digital Game Artist Certificate
GIAC Advanced Smartphone Forensics 
Google Analytics IQ Certification 
IBM Certified Developer 
IBM Certified Solution Advisor 
Internet of Things Foundation Certification 
Junior Telecommunications Engineer 
Kanban Management Professional 1
Linux Server Professional Certification 
Microsoft Networking Fundamentals
Oracle Cloud Specialist 
Oracle Database 12c Essentials
Programming in C# Certification 
Red Hat Certified Architect 
Software Engineering Master Certification 
Certified SOLIDWORKS Associate 
Certified SOLIDWORKS Professional 
Certified SOLIDWORKS Expert 
Symantec Certified Specialist 
Video Game Design and Development
WebYoda Associate Webmaster
Web Application Developer 
Wireshark Certified Network Analyst 

Transportation 

Aerospace/Aircraft Assembly Maintenance Certification
Aircraft Dispatcher 
Airport Certified Security Employee 
Air Traffic Control Tower Operator 
Bicycle Technician 
Certified Cargo Security Professional 
Certified in Special Needs Transportation 
Certified Supply Chain Professional 
Certified Tour Professional 
Certified Travel Counselor 
Coastal Navigation Certificate 
Commercial Driver License 
Commercial Pilot 
Counter Balance Sitdown Rider
Forklift Operator Safety Training  
Flight Engineer 
National Able Seaman 
National Radio Officer 
Overhead Crane 
Overhead Crane Operator  
Radio Communication Systems 
School Bus Endorsement 
Traffic Control Design Specialist 
Traffic Signal Technician 
Transportation Worker Identification Credential 

We intend this to be an evolving list of in-demand career certifications in the United States. Please email [email protected] for additional certification recommendations or other comments. 

The Top Career Certification Companies

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