During my last semester of school we were required to compile a professional portfolio. We were told that some prospective employers may request to see this portfolio to help evaluate our candidacy for the position but I have never been asked for it. You could always keep a copy that way if someone does ask for it then you have it.
I'm asking because my RN background revolves around long term care and med surg. When I graduate, I wish to go for a specialty. I'm in my final semester right now and there is a cardiologist that is willing to train me beyond the minimum hours required of my school program, which is fine by me.
I just want to make sure that when I apply for jobs (and I'm moving out of state), this specialty training gets recognized. If I simply write it in my resume or CV, I'm concerned that they won't take it seriously. My professor states that if I don't log into the typhons what I've done, it will be a red flag for employment.