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"Proving You're Qualified is like a mystery novel. I couldn't put it down. It's a page turner so compelling you feel forced to write comments on the side of the pages as you go along. If you would like to have the confidence of a guide who has been there, and who can show the way to realize closure, this may be the most important book you ever read."
James R. Fisher, Jr., Ph.D., author of The Worker Alone! Going Against The Grain and Work Without Managers: A View From The Trenches.
"For more than twenty years, I have been writing about the disparity between learning and credentials. I show people with skills but no credentials how to earn the degree that will open doors for them. Now comes the perfect complement to that work. Charles Hayes' wonderful Proving You're Qualified, shows people with skills but few credentials how to parlay their skills into employment and acceptance without benefit of degrees."
John Bear, Ph.D., author of Bear's Guide To Non- Traditional College Degrees.
"A superb editorial analysis of a basic part of an aging educational system that needs some radical changes. This book should be studied by all of those who accept responsibility as facilitators, assessors or credentialers of learning."
Urban Whitaker, Ph.D., author of Assessing Learning: Standards, Principles and Procedures.
"This is the wisest and most useful book I have ever read on this subject. Anyone smart enough to have gained knowledge and skills on their own will be able to get recognition and advancement using the powerful strategies offered by Charles Hayes." Ronald Gross, author of Peak Learning and The Independent Scholar's Handbook.
"Deserves a place on the sociology shelf." Library Journal
"An unusual, excellent approach to ensuring job security." The Bookwatch