This chapter covers program governance and is organized into three sections: documents, board structure, and fiduciary responsibilities. The purpose is to discuss the documents needed for governance - either to be separately incorporated or part of a separately incorporated organization.
The purpose of this chapter is to assist organizations in maximizing the benefits of having public members on their boards.
This chapter introduces essential policy decisions that certifying organizations need to make and why they are important.
This chapter discusses the basic psychometric principles relevant to certification testing.
This chapter discusses job analysis by presenting the rationale for using a job analysis as the basis for validating content specifications for a certification assessment, explaining the process of a job analysis, conducting a job analysis meeting, validating the job analysis, and developing the test specifications. The last section of the chapter discusses trends in job analysis at the time of publication.