The separation of credentialing and educational programs avoids conflicts of interest and maintains the integrity of the exam, but organizations can offer both and still be in compliance with accreditation requirements.
Learn examples of types of education and training activities a credentialing body can offer - beyond their certification exam or certificate program. Understand what structural and governance separation is needed in order to ensure compliance with NCCA standards.
- Identify the types of education and training activities appropriate for credentialing bodies in the context of both certification and certificate programs.
- Describe firewalls and governance issues that must be in place for certification programs to be successful, and discuss these protections and issues around marketing necessary for NCCA compliance.
Format: On-demand Webinar (c) 2018
Audience: All levels of credentialing professionals
Duration: Approximately 1 hour, including time for Q&A
Member price: $55
Non-member price: $75
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Shannon Carter, EdD, CAE , Scrum Alliance
Janice Moore, SeaCrest Consulting
In addition to volunteering throughout her community, Janice remains committed to the certification industry through a number of volunteer activities. She often presents at industry conferences (including ICE and ASAE), has participated on numerous ICE committees, and currently serves on the ICE Board of Directors and ICE Accreditation Services Council.