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Website Spotlight: Online Certification Registration for Your Non-Member Employees

Thursday, December 27, 2018   (0 Comments)

With the new IDA website, it is now easier than ever for your whole team to take advantage of the IDA's Certification Program.  If one of your New Year's Resolutions is to assist with your employees' professional development (and subsequently improve your business), keep reading to learn how to properly enroll your non-IDA-member employees in the online certification exams.

1. Establish a member account for yourself
If you are not yet an IDA member, now is the time to sign up and invest in the future of your career and your business!  Click here to find out which member type is the best fit for you.  Once your application has been approved (or if you are already a member), move on to the next step. 

2. Visit our online exam store
Make sure you are logged in to your account to receive member pricing.  Choose the exams (either individual or the complete set) for which you would like to register your employees. Once you add the exam(s) to your cart, proceed to checkout.

3. Checkout
In the checkout area, enter the information for your employee (NOT your own) into the 'Recipient Information' fields.  Enter the payment information, then click 'Proceed to Confirmation' and review the information you have entered.  When ready, hit 'Complete Order.'

4. Employee Exam Access
Once payment has been received, a web-user profile will be created for your employee.  Your employee will then receive access information for the exams that have been purchased.  They will need to login to their new web-user profile to access and can then begin taking the exams.

If you have any questions or need help ordering online certification exams for your employees, please contact the IDA Central Office at info@the-ida.com or 651-925-5526.


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