Here’s where to fill out CSIA’s credential analysis surveys

[UPDATED]

The Chimney Safety Institute of America has partnered with Personnel Decisions Research Institutes, Inc. (PDRI) to improve the certification process for CSIA’s Certified Chimney Sweep credential, CSIA’s Dryer Exhaust Technician credential, and a new credential up for consideration based on popular demand — Stainless Steel Technician.

An email has been sent to a combined 1,500 industry pros asking them to participate in an online survey that asks them to rate the importance of work activities that make up each job’s duties. Then, it asks you to rate the importance of knowledge requirements for effective job performance.

This survey is a very important step in the certification exam development process, and we need your input by Monday, January 26. [You can disregard this request if you’ve already filled out either of the surveys as part of an email you received; thanks for doing that and we appreciate you!]

ACTION ITEM: To take the “Chimney Sweep Technician/Stainless Steel Technician” survey, click on this link.

ACTION ITEM: To take the “C-DET” survey, click on this link.

The surveys may take up to 60 minutes to complete, depending on which credentials you hold.

Your responses are confidential, and only group-level data will be reported.

READ MORE: CSIA’s Chuck Roydhouse explains why CSIA is working to upgrade our credentials.

If you have any questions or concerns about the research or project effort, you may contact one of PDRI’s researchers, Elizabeth Lentz at (Lentz@pdri.com). If you experience any technical difficulties with the survey, please email Patrick Kane at Kane@pdri.com.

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