API Call for Industry Feedback: NextGen Credentialing Survey

The American Petroleum Institute (API), May 2, 2024

Over the past year, the American Petroleum Institute's (API) Individual Certification Program (ICP) has been working with industry experts to explore new areas and opportunities where technology is being embraced by our industry. The workgroup came together with API to develop the NextGen Credentialing Survey to assess the role of professional credentials in new technologies and practices.

API is asking professionals to take a moment to complete the survey based on your role and segment to lend your insight and help shape the future of credentials needed in the industry. If you support your company in several capacities, either pick the primary or consider taking the survey again highlighting each role.

The survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete. Click the link below to participate.

Click here to read the full article from The American Petroleum Institute (API).

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