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ASET launches specialized certificate and credential recognition process

ASET’s Registration and Services department has just launched a specialized process for certificate and credential recognition, to strengthen public trust and highlight the value of members to their industries.

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ASET partners with ECO Canada to provide project management training

ASET and ECO Canada are dedicated to providing professionals with fundamental skill development resources to propel them towards success.

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ASET utilizes MyCreds™ platform, optimizing applicant transcript receival

In a move to improve the certification application process, students and other applicants can now directly share their transcripts with ASET via a service called MyCreds™.
 

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ASET legislative update for members

Shortly, the Government of Alberta will be announcing new legislation that will modernize the legislation that regulates ASET and 21 other professional regulatory organizations (PROs), who currently exist under different, profession-specific Acts.

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Professional Liability 101: Who needs professional liability insurance

If your business earns its revenue from offering professional services or advice, a dissatisfied client can quickly start costing you money and may even result in a lawsuit. Any self-employed professional or business that sells its expertise should have professional liability insurance.

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Insurance 101: Everything you need to know about umbrella insurance

What happens if your business is held liable for judgment amounts that exceed the liability coverage limits of your insurance policy, or multiple claims have been made against your business? Not having the needed coverage for lawsuits can leave you and your business exposed. Umbrella insurance can help mitigate these risks.

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Smart parcel lockers stop theft and solve building delivery concerns

With each passing year, more of our shopping is done online, and recent events have vastly accelerated that trend. Last year’s lockdowns brought a big growth to an already upward-trending e-commerce market. That’s likely to keep climbing after the pandemic, now that so many have familiarized themselves with the process.

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Mistakes to avoid when filing business insurance claims

When a disaster or damage takes place, one of the first things small business owners should do is report the damage and file a claim with your insurance company.

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Three tips to help you run an effective virtual meeting

Virtual meetings are the new normal for most Canadian technologists. They can feel exhausting, unfocused and impersonal, but there are ways to work around this.

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Does your commercial insurance policy need to be reviewed?

As your business grows and as you adapt to the needs of your customers, change is inevitable. You may even be paying for coverage you don't even need anymore. Overall, it is important to do an annual review of your needs and your coverage because being under or over-insured can be a costly expense.

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