Many companies have a system of internal training and certification. They would get their employees trained by external or in-house trainers, take an exam and the successful would be issued certificates.
Question: Do other companies value such in-house certifications from their peers? Or do they value only third-party certifications?
After passing an examination, acquiring some experience and even undergoing some special training appropriate for the specific purpose, a candidate will again be subjected to an entrance test and interview and selection is mainly based on that as lot of difference is there in evaluation by different agencies. All his background knowledge and training will help him to fare better in the specific entrance and interview, if intrinsic merit is there in the individual. (duplicate answer)