CERTIFY YOUR STAFF
About iVWM Certificate
Companies that focus on the use and management of new technology need a balance between allowing people to work remotely and still managing them in ways that protect the company and its interests.
By registering your organization with iVWM, you will get an exceptional offer for your enrolled staff exam fees. And your organization will be able to track its staff certification process through a dashboard that gives visual statistics and valuable information about their employees' progress.
iVWM specialized certifications for your staff will provide that blending of requirements to use technology management in virtual work environments and help build a more effective work ecosystem.
We offer three different certification options of certifications that cover various levels of staff in your company to advance their Knowledge and become more virtually capable of taking their abilities to the next level.
1) Certified Virtual Workforce Associate (VWA)
This is designed for individuals who want to work virtually, so they can better understand what that will require of them and how they can be an asset to the organization they work for. Not everyone is prepared to be a part of the virtual workforce, but everyone can learn. Some will be more prepared than others right from the beginning, and others will need more information, Knowledge, and practice. With this certification, these individuals will learn their responsibilities, their roles, and their expectations, along with challenges, risks, and the entire virtual environment.
2) Certified Virtual Workforce Professional (CVWP)
This certification is designed specifically for those who want to manage a virtual workforce, whether current managers of traditional employees or they are entry-level management roles in their organization. These managers may or may not work at the organization's location, as they might also be virtual workers, as well. Managers who receive this certification will undergo comprehensive training in how to manage a virtual workforce, identify important roles and responsibilities, and set expectations for the employees that they will be overseeing and working closely with through the use of technology.
Additionally, they should be able to learn how to select the proper organizational arrangement for the virtual workforce they will be managing, and choose the right tools, equipment, and technologies, as well. Doing this is the first step toward a thriving workforce. Still, it is a step that may be overlooked by those who are not familiar with the management of a virtual workforce and the unique needs and requirements that this type of workforce has. Setting up the right virtual workforce from the beginning is an excellent way to provide the most value to the organization using that workforce, in the short, and the long term.
3) Certified Virtual Workforce Assessor (CVWA)
Training and certifying professionals on the virtual workforce reference model and the virtual workforce assessment model are both essential. It allows individuals to become enterprise assessors of the virtual workforce, so they can examine these workforces and help organizations mature their virtual workforce capabilities properly. The CVWP is a prerequisite for this certification. This certification provides individuals with the ability to address an organization's specific issues and concerns, to ensure that the virtual workforce is operating smoothly, efficiently, and effectively for the long term.
Management consultants are also able to use these certifications and work to advance their careers by developing Knowledge in this new capability. The virtual workforce is unlike traditional employment options, and all indications are that the virtual workforce will continue to advance in the future. With that in mind, more and more organizations are moving toward these kinds of capabilities and all they have to offer.