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Certification CNU-A

AICP, CNU-A, LEED, etc.

howlen

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Does anyone in Cyburbia have a CNU-A certification? Was the course content interesting. Has it helped you in your career?
 

Suburb Repairman

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I have it. It comes in a little handy when I'm pursuing a project involving a form-based code. Although a cert from the FBCI can be more helpful.

I honestly do not take CNU-A seriously as a professional certification. The test was a joke, and I tend not to go "all-in" on any singular planning philosophy. Especially one that isn't particularly good at introspection and receiving criticism, and is prone to cult-of-personality.
 
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