As a follow-up to our virtual Town Hall meeting in October 2016, ICE will discuss the activities around the maintenance of certification issue on September 21, 2017.
This chaptercovers recertification & continuing competency. Its purpose is to explore the goals and concepts underlying recertification, introduce a number of recertification methods and processes, and identify the challenges certifiers face in promoting continuing competence. In addition, the chapter describes issues certifiers should consider when selecting and implementing recertification processes.
Jointly sponsored by ICE, the National Board on Certification and Recertification of Nurse Anesthetists, and the Oncology Nursing Certification Corporation, this research into the practices and requirements of renewal programs in professional licensure and certification began in late spring 2008 as an effort to supply a logical basis for such programs as they may be developed and refined. (c) 2009.
A free on-demand training on the NCCA Standards for Certification Programs. The training highlights the application process and summarizes the intent and requirements of each Standard.
Whether you are looking to select, build, or revise your continuing competence program, ICE has gathered suggested assessment measures in this Process Framework document for organizations that wish to explore the relevance of their continuing competence programs to the credibility of their certification credential.