The new Industry Pathway Certification Program has four different capstone exams — one for each industry pathway. There is no review class for the capstone exams. The current SR/WA Review Study Session is a good general review to add to their own focused study of materials, but you should NOT take the SR/WA comprehensive exam at the end of the class.
Under the new program, the capstone exam is taken after completing all the required coursework because the exam questions are based on the specific courses they completed as part of the Industry Pathway.
NEW CREDENTIALING PATHS
The two credentialing paths now are "In Industry" and "In Speciality". However, if you have already been going down the Generalist or Specialist career path and your candidacy was approved prior to January 14, 2016, you may finish your credential on that path. Click HERE for information on the new credentialing paths.
If you have credentialing questions or need help with an application, contact
the Chapter's Professional Development Committee (PDC) Chair or click HERE for the
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You must take the course coordinator training and pass the exam (it's easy!) to be eligible.
If you're interested in hosting a one or two-day course of 5-20, please contact Rich Snedegar at Richard.Snedegar@kcmo.org
Nearly 400 classroom-based courses are presented by IRWA annually and ONLINE courses are also be offered.
Check for courses coming to you below, or click on the IRWA University logo to the right for all classroom-based AND online courses offered throughout the country. Click HERE for the RWIEF website.
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KANSAS CITY ~ TOPEKA ~ WICHITA ~ SPRINGFIELD, MO
Jared Barta R/W-NAC
Erin Quintanilla - RWP
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