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dvida or usistd?
Posted by absolutely clueless
7/8/2008  4:58:00 PM
Are these the only two options for certification? I currently own a very small studio and would like to become certified. We have never really followed a syllabus within the studio, but loosely follow dvida. What kind of options might I have for certification, I don not necessarily need any major types, just something to offer more accredidation. Any suggestions, also how do I find some one to do the testing, do I bring them in or go there? I have no idea where to even start! please help! If it helps I am located in the states.
Re: dvida or usistd?
Posted by anymouse
7/9/2008  8:19:00 AM
"Are these the only two options for certification?"

They are probably the more commonly known options in the states, beyond the proprietary programs of the two chains.

As for which, it's your choice. USISTD would be more traditional for international style, DVIDA perhaps for american style. No reason you can't ultimately do both.

"also how do I find some one to do the testing, do I bring them in or go there? "

Contact the organizations, they have someone who is in charge of the exam programs.
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