Corel launches certification programme for design professionals

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New Delhi: Corel, one of the world’s top software companies, has announced the launch of the Corel Certification Program in India to provide a platform to design students and professionals to validate their product skills and knowledge in CorelDRAW software. Corel will be introducing Certification Program through their 21 Corel Authorised Training Centres across India along with its exclusive national distributor, Aditya Infotech.

In a release, Gavin Watson, Director – Sales, Corel said, “We had received encouraging response from Corel Training Partners (CTP) Program which was launched last year. In India, opportunities for skilled designers are growing rapidly as industry requirements continue to expand. The new Corel Training and Certification Program demonstrates our commitment to the career development and success of designers in India, and proving employers with a trusted reference when making staffing choices”.

The company has introduced two levels of certifications – Corel Certified Designer and Corel Certified Expert, in the program. The Corel Certified Designer test will assess entry-level skills in CorelDRAW while the Corel Certified Expert test will assess advanced-level skills.

Sathish Venugopal, Country Manager, Corel said, “With the Corel Certification Program, our aim is to reach metros, B&C class cities, where creative talents are already present and are seeking opportunities to build career in designing profession. With Corel Authorised Training Centres having its presence all across India, it would be convenient for them to know their skills better and Corel certifications will certainly open doors to a better career and offer a clear competitive edge over others”.
 
The Corel Certification Program is available in India for professionals using the latest version of CorelDRAW.  Professionals can take training courses at Corel Training Centres authorized under the Corel Training Partner (CTP) Program.

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