[Owasp-cert] Continuing Education?
chw at hauser-wenz.de
Mon Jul 28 15:55:40 EDT 2008
I tend to „no“, since we do not have an ecosystem for training yet, and the nature of our business rarely permits us to talk about the projects we have done. [For instance, I do a lot of code audits for banks and governments, which are not always happy to admit that they have worries that their code has flaws.] But maybe expiring the exam after a few years is a good idea, many others do that as well.
The focus of the discussion to date has been about multiple choice approaches. The topic of whether continuing education hasn't came up and I would love for others to chime in as this may be even more important.
Every three years, you must renew your PMP, CISSP, etc status by earning 60 professional development units (PDUs) and by reaffirming the code of ethics and professional conduct. PDUs are earned by taking accredited training, providing training, or by reading professional books.
Aren't we better served by focusing on this aspect?
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