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9 years 9 months ago #1828

Rashmi Joshi

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Dear Cornelius

If the experience covers all the process areas but doesn't have any hours of experience in say one of the process "Conduct project selection methods to evaluate the feasibility of new products or services" of the Initiating PA.
Then this will not pose any problems,correct?

Thanks again,
Rashmi
9 years 9 months ago #1827

Rashmi Joshi

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Thanks a lot Cornelius for the quick replies!

It really helps to get your doubts cleared by someone as experienced as you.

I am really happy I brought Prepcast!
The product is good and you really guide us through our questions.

I appreciate the time you took to answer my queries.

Regards
Rashmi
9 years 9 months ago #1826

Cornelius Fichtner

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If the owner is OK with this then I'd say: Go for it!

The important thing here is to always first ask your contact persons if it's OK for you to use their names. (I also recommend that you show them what you submit BEFORE you submit, so they can give their concerns to you early).

So if they say "OK" then it's OK for you to list their names.
9 years 9 months ago #1825

Rashmi Joshi

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Dear Cornelius

Thanks for the quick reply.

One more question: One of the companies I worked for is now no longer in business. I can get exp verification no problem but dont have the current company location details.

I do have the details of the owner and he is ok with me sharing that on the application.

Will this be ok?

Thanks and Regards,
Rashmi
9 years 9 months ago #1824

Cornelius Fichtner

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Rashmi,

usually I recommend to put your supervisor and not your customer name in there. But as you explain: your customer is better suited for this and he is also supportive.

So yes... go ahead and use your customer name.
9 years 9 months ago #1822

Rashmi Joshi

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Dear Cornelius,

Thanks for the worksheet.

In the worksheet it is mentioned that as a contact information I have to give the name of my employer and not my customer.

In my case, I am kind of placed at my customer end and my parent company is not aware/involved in my work in anyway.

My experience can only be verified by my customer.
I hope that, it would be ok to put my customer`s details in the contact information right?

My manager on the customer side is supportive of this certification and is ready to verify the experience.

Thanks and Regards
Rashmi

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