Have you considered elevating your talents and capabilities by becoming a Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) or an Associate Professional in Talent Development (APTD)?
Based on the Association for Talent Development (ATD) capability model *, the CPTD and APTD are esteemed credentials provided to talent development professionals who successfully complete the requirements. The preparation is an intense process that takes several months and has many benefits:
The CPTD is grounded in the Capabilities model and covers a subset of knowledge and skills and it focuses on the application of knowledge and decision making.
Learn more at: https://tdcapability.org/#/
The APTD designation is intended for those early in their career with three plus years of experience in talent development and CPTD is for those with five plus years. The primary difference between APTD and CPTD I that the exam for APTD focuses on knowledge and the CPTD exam focuses on application.
For more information, access the ATD website at https://www.td.org/certification and read this article; https://www.td.org/atd-blog/the-aptd-or-the-cptd-that-is-the-question