The SkillSets are updated to TYPO3 v10 and the new syllabi are on their way! There are a couple new skills for the TCCE, TCCI, and TCCD that await to be discovered by the TYPO3 community. A guide for doing an official certificate exam online or offline is also included.
The end of the Erasmus+ project is near and we wanted to look retrospectively at the development of the SkillDisplay platform, educational TYPO3 resources that have been made available during the project, and past events.
Due to COVID-19-related cancellations of physical events, the demand for online certifications in the TYPO3 community grew even more. Thanks to our brand new Exam Tool, accessing and managing TYPO3 certifications can now easily be done online. Spoiler alert: Some people already have passed their certification successfully.
HTL Rennweg makes their skills accessible to everyone. SkillSets for web technologies and project management are now available on the SkillDisplay platform. Also the TYPO3 skills for editors, integrators, and developers are ready to be verified by the users of the platform.
SkillDisplay supports the TYPO3 Direct Mentorship Program with their platform. TYPO3 experts can track their mentee’s skills and can choose from a list covering editor (TCCE), integrator (TCCI), and developer (TCCD) skills.
Step by step to a modern UX design - SkillDisplay’s blog post includes best practices and information about layouts, screen designs and skills of the TYPO3 CMS Certified Integrator (TCCI) and TYPO3 CMS Certified Developer (TCCD) to help with the implementation.
SkillDisplay‘s Open Beta is live and therefore they invite business persons to test the platform for the following six months. Their newest blog post covers possible verification scenarios and explains how to become a test verifier.
SkillDisplay as a Service offers the possibility to get a SkillDisplay instance and therefore allows to create private, in-house skills and SkillTrees. Employees and students can therefore be educated without the need of making resources open source.
The year 2018 has ended and the new year 2019 has begun. As every year, it is time for New Year’s resolutions for the SkillDisplay team, as well as learners, educators and business persons! Also, the top users of SkillDisplay are announced in this blog entry.
Thanks to the people behind TYPO3 University Day (T3UD18) for running a fantastic event and for hosting us so well. We’ve gathered a few impressions from participators and organizers to give you a multifaceted insight into the event.
SkillDisplay has a new feature - the “Rewards” function. Learners can now add their TCCE, TCCI and TCCD certificates to their SkillDisplay profile and receive their first reward - a certification sharing guide - so they can make their skills visible on the internet.