ICE is proud to publish the first American National Standard for certificate programs, ICE 1100 2010(E) – Standard for Assessment-Based Certificate Programs (2009). The Standard specifies essential requirements for certificate programs and provides guidance to program providers, consumers, and others on what defines a high-quality program.
This step-by-step guide to designing and implementing effective professional certification examinations was written by recognized experts with applied knowledge of practical experience.
This paper provides detailed information on the development of the ICE 1100 certificate standard. This publication provides a wealth of information on the development of the standard, rationale for key requirements, and linking the requirements to industry best practices.
This defining features document served as the basis for ICE 1100 - Standard for Assessment-Based Certificate Programs.
The intent of this document is to clarify terms that are used in relation to programs that grant formal recognition to individuals or entities during the credentialing process.