WOW, just had a wonderful conversation with Anna in Oregon. The Enterprise for Employment and Education [] may partner with the Woodwork Career Alliance to test, edit, and write Skill Standards for folks who make sawdust. Anna has a component of secondary wood processors in a three-county area around Salem, OR. They are eager to establish Skill Standards for their woodworking employees. They also realize that a partnership with the WCA makes their job a LOT easier. The 30 or so machines and tools already written by the WCA authors and editors are a jump start. We hope they will volunteer to test and write for us, with the objective of creating portable credentials for woodworkers in North America.