Can you help we where to put my certifications on my resume? Or should they be on it at all?
I understood from the podcasts, that "learning" is not an accomplishment by itself, only in the context of results.
I am a project manager and worked as a consultant and programmer before.
Currently I have a list of 8 certificates at the bottom of my resumte, but I assume, that's not the right way (e.g. wasting space):
Certified Scrum Master (CSM), 2011
Project Management Professional (PMP), 2009
ITIL Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management, 2009
ISEB / ISTQB Foundation Certificate in Software Testing, 2009
OMG Certified UML Professional Fundamental (OCUP-F), 2009
Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering (CPRE), 2008
Sun Certified Business Component Developer (SCBCD), 2008
Sun Certified Java Programmer (SCJP), 2007
Should I leave them off the resume completely, leave them there or refer to them in the results?
I could imaginge adding them to the results in two ways:
1. In another accomplishment: "Finished project XY in-time, in-budget, and in-scope using PMI principles (PMP certification in 2009)
2.On its own: "Project Management Professional (PMP), 2009"