How do professionals find their way to a career in credentialing? More often than not, it’s a field that individuals don’t know exist until they’re taken by the hand and pulled in. In this message from the ICE Chair, Johnna Gueorguieva reflects on her own journey to a career in credentialing.
The Competency & Credentialing Institute (CCI) has been certifying operating room nurses for over 35 years. Two years ago, CCI hired a new CEO to build on the organization’s success and plan for the future in a rapidly changing industry.
Whether you work with a psychometrician or you are one yourself, it’s important for credentialing professionals of all backgrounds to understand psychometric terms. In this article, we share visual explanations of three most commonly used terms: validity, reliability and fairness.
Credentialing organizations have an obligation to offer exams that meet the needs of persons with disabilities. Failing to meet such an obligation can cause legal issues, but providing the wrong accommodations can undermine the integrity and validity of exam results. How do you walk this fine line?
This year’s ICE Exchange, held in Austin, Texas, from Nov. 6-9, was the most highly attended in ICE history. Session rooms were held with captive attention, while in between, hallways were buzzing with conversation and the exchange of ideas.