Only MICP I still know of is Dr. Baxtor Larmon but he's real old school LA county medic from back when that was their actual title.I still love when I see medics in my area sign with "MICP". That is not our job title (no where in my area of SoCal uses Mobile Intensive Care Paramedics) and the ones I have seen use it do not have any critical care training or experience.
Not quite... it should be (for the US):Courtesy of the NREMT official Facebook page
Usually, all professional credentials are listed in the order they were earned. For example, all of the following are correct:
The proper way in the UK is not so familiar to me... but here it goes:How should 2 x MSc be written?
wondered for a while but no one has given me good advise yet?
Forgive my bluntness, but that recruiter is an idiot. For every retard that does that, 10 will look at the resume because they know you have already earned your MBA, and will trash your resume if you don't have MBA in the top line. They don't want to have to search to see if you have your MBA, they want to look at it and know instantly if you have one.Right after I completed my MBA I read an article from a recruiter that stated that he'd toss resumes that placed "MBA" after their names because that was bragging and not a professional designation (along with BSc, BA, etc). Yes you can be proud but do it on your own time and not as advertising.