Accreditation for Communications Professionals
What is Accreditation?
Accreditation is an IABC professional development program offering communicators a way of demonstrating to employers, fellow communicators and themselves their ability to successfully manage and perform those tasks essential to effective organizational communication.
Why should you become accredited?
If you are a professional communicator, IABC’s accreditation program is a means by which you can gauge your career progress. The accreditation following your name tells your peers, current and prospective employers and, perhaps most importantly, you, that you have successfully completed this challenging program. It’s interesting to note that IABC’s biennial survey of the profession, Profile, shows that accredited members’ average salary is significantly higher than that of the non accredited member.
To learn more visit the accreditation page on the IABC International Website.