Program Coordinators AMA – December 2018

Hello and welcome to the second installment of the Program Coordinators Ask Me Anything Answers! Thank you to everyone that participated by asking questions. Our next AMA will happen in the first quarter of next year, but if you have anything to ask between now and then feel free to email us anytime at mail-the-pcs@googlegroups.com Before answering the questions you asked on the forum thread, we would like to share with you our thoughts about the recent Organized Play announcements on Esports and Mythic

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Changes to the Level 2 Tester Certification

p { text-align: justify; line-height: 26px; } In April of 2016, Judge Program Leaders unveiled a restructuring of the program. The New New World Order introduced Advanced Roles and certifications as part of the changes. Among those certifications was the Level 2 Tester (L2T) Certification. It was designed to empower Level 2 judges to assess a Level 1's readiness for the next level. Overall, L2Ts have done tremendous work. L2Ts have acted as mentors to judges and candidates that previously

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Changes to the L2 Team Leader Certification

p { text-align: justify; line-height: 26px; } In this article, we look at the history of the Team Lead Certification, some improvements that have been made, some challenges we face, and a solution to those challenges. In short: the TLC is dead, long live the TLTP! When the TLC was first created in April 2016, it was announced explicitly as Grand Prix Day 2 Team Lead Certification, and had two very clear goals: give advanced Level 2 judges something to work towards to and then grant them

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