ICE Exchange Session Recordings

Listen to the sessions you missed in person, share the conference with your colleagues who could not attend, and choose education that aligns with your specific interests. If you are new to ICE or new to the ICE Exchange conference, recordings are your chance to sample the professional development opportunities at our annual conference before budgeting to attend in-person.

The recordings will allow you to:

• Build your knowledge of industry trends and best practices

• Set your own pace - listen to the recordings from the comfort of your own home or office

• Follow along - access handouts easily and conveniently (instructions will be provided upon purchase)

2016 Conference Recordings Package and Pricing

For full session descriptions, browse our searchable 2016 ICE Exchange Conference ProgramPlease remember that the material presented in the following sessions represent the expertise and viewpoints of the speakers.

2016 ICE EXCHANGE RECORDING PACKAGES PRICE
2016 ICE Exchange Taste of Conference Bundle
(8 sessions) 

This package offers you recordings of 8 concurrent sessions, including:

  • A View Through A Crystal Ball: What Will Certification Look Like A Decade From Now?
  • Continuing Competency Initiatives: Lessons Learned & Evolving Outcomes
  • Establishing and Maintaining Firewalls Between Certification and Education
  • Lost In Translation: Facilitating The Conversation Between Psychometricians and Non-Psychometricians
  • Marketing Tools, Tactics and Data to Connect with Your Audience
  • Online Proctoring: Dipping Your Toes or Cannon Balling - It's Time to Jump In
  • The Five Most Frequent Problem Areas with NCCA Applications
  • Validation Strategies for Assessment-Based Certificate (ABC) Programs

All sessions are suitable for all levels of credentialing professionals in both the public and private sectors.

 

 

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Members $110
Non-Members $160

A View Through A Crystal Ball: What Will Certification Look Like A Decade From Now?

In this session, a panel discuses how the various political forces are shaping certification, and what certification may look like to years from now. Questions to be addressed include: How would de-regulation affect the mission and scope of certification? What challenges and opportunities are likely to appear? What else is on the horizon that certifying bodies need to prepare for? What is the public’s stake in how certification responds to these forces?

Members $30
Non-Members $45

Continuing Competency Initiatives: Lessons Learned & Evolving Outcomes

Ensuring continuing competence among certificate holders is a major objective of most certifying agencies. However, there is ongoing controversy about the efficacy of recertification methods. Representatives from three certification organizations provide case studies on how they implemented new continuing competency methods into their programs. 

Members $30
Non-Members $45

Establishing and Maintaining Firewalls Between Certification and Education

This session provides real-life examples of firewalls to illustrate different models for demonstrating separation between certification and education functions, highlighting the organizational and psychometric challenges and benefits. This session will benefit organizations currently offering or considering optional study materials for their candidates by providing  key “take away” ideas and strategies they can apply in establishing and enhancing firewalls.

Members $30
Non-Members $45 

Lost In Translation: Facilitating The Conversation Between Psychometricians and Non-Psychometricians

Every certification program includes a mix of business, content, and measurement professionals who communicate using a different vocabulary and who approach the program from different perspectives – leading to misunderstandings and a lack of coherent direction. This session provides a framework for understanding and resolving conflicting program priorities, and illustrates  a way to create a common understanding so all stakeholders can work together for the betterment of the program.

Members $30
Non-Members $45

Marketing Tools, Tactics and Data to Connect with Your Audience

People have transformed how they consume information, research products and make purchasing decisions. Yet, certification organizations still rely on the same marketing playbooks, often resulting in a disconnection between what is said and what is heard. Using the right set of tools, tactics, and data sets, marketers can improve their connection with their consumers. Learn through certification case studies and examples how to deploy the right strategies to refresh your marketing efforts. 

Members $30
Non-Members $45

Online Proctoring: Dipping Your Toes or Cannon Balling - It's Time to Jump In

Everybody is talking about online proctoring, but every program’s path is different. What is the same, however, is understanding the test security/privacy risks, possible psychometric implications, and candidate reactions prior to implementation. This session provides a framework for navigating security/privacy risks; an understanding psychometric considerations, candidate reactions, and NCCA’s perspective on this emerging delivery format; and some key decision points before “jumping” into online proctoring.

Members $30
Non-Members $45

The Five Most Frequent Problem Areas with NCCA Applications

This session presents the five most frequent problem areas with applications for initial and continuing accreditation under the NCCA Standards for the Accreditation of Certification, and is based on the ICE white paper with the same title. Hear elements of hypothetical programs that are clearly inconsistent with the requirements of the Standards, and listen to a discussion on how programs can be restructured to come into compliance. 

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Members $30
Non-Members $45 

Validation Strategies for Assessment-Based Certificate (ABC) Programs

A psychometrically sound assessment-based certificate program is one in which the certificate provider can demonstrate that the assessment is valid for its intended purpose. Learn about various options for validating assessments, and learn which situations require a job analysis study and alternative validation strategies for situations where a job analysis is not necessary.

Members $30
Non-Members $45 

 

 

2015 Conference Recording Packages & Pricing

For full session descriptions, browse our searchable 2015 ICE Exchange Conference ProgramPlease remember that the material presented in the following sessions represent the expertise and viewpoints of the speakers.

2015 ICE EXCHANGE RECORDING PACKAGES PRICE
2015 ICE Exchange Taste of Conference Bundle
(8 sessions) 

This package offers you recordings of 8 concurrent sessions, including:

  • A Game Plan for Managing Test Security Incidents
  • Adventures in Governance: Keeping Your Board Focused on the Business of Certification
  • Considering Online Proctoring? Tips, Guidelines, & Lessons Learned
  • Digital Badging 2.0
  • Meeting Examination Standards for Assessment-Based Certificate Programs, Part 1
  • Meeting Examination Standards for Assessment-Based Certificate Programs, Part 2
  • Re-Defining the Value of Certification: A Case Study in Making Our Message Matter
  • So, You Think You've Got a Certification Program? Understanding the Nuances of Various Credentialing

All sessions are suitable for all levels of credentialing professionals in both the public and private sectors.

 

 

Members $110
Non-Members $160

A Game Plan for Managing Test Security Incidents 

Presenters use a case study approach to introduce a security incident response framework and flow chart to help navigate game-changing test security incidents.

Members $30
Non-Members $45

Adventures in Governance: Keeping Your Board Focused on the Business of Certification

Two experienced association executives from differently structured certification boards share examples of potential pitfalls and best practices to keep certification board members focused on advancing the strategic work of the organization.

Members $30
Non-Members $45

Considering Online Proctoring? Tips, Guidelines, & Lessons Learned

Experts share insights on the psychometric, policy and standards, product feature, privacy, and security aspects of the decision to use online (remote) proctoring. In addition, lessons learned are shared from an online proctoring pilot. 

Members $30
Non-Members $45 

Digital Badging 2.0

Early adopters of digital badging offer honest retrospectives on their badging experience to date in terms of how well reality has matched their respective visions. Each panelist presents his/her organization’s digital badging goals, how badging is being leveraged, and the challenges faced and benefits realized, as well as data showing how well badging has (or hasn’t) been embraced by stakeholders.

Members $30
Non-Members $45

Meeting Examination Standards for Assessment-Based Certificate Programs, Part 1

The Assessment-based Certificate Accreditation Committee (ACAC) created a set of psychometric guidelines to assist certificate program administrators with demonstrating compliance to the ICE 1100 Standard, and in particular, Standard 7 on the Development, Conduct, and Evaluation of Assessments. In this session, presenters provide a detailed orientation to some of these guidelines, with a focus on aligning assessments with learning objectives and conforming to best practices surrounding assessment policies and procedures. 

Members $30
Non-Members $45

Meeting Examination Standards for Assessment-Based Certificate Programs, Part 2

The Assessment-based Certificate Accreditation Committee (ACAC) has created a set of psychometric guidelines to assist certificate program administrators with demonstrating compliance to the ICE 1100 Standard, and in particular, Standard 7 on the Development, Conduct, and Evaluation of Assessments. In this session, presenters use the guidelines as a framework to provide guidance on psychometric issues such as how to administer, score, and evaluate assessments in a manner that meets the Standard. 

Members $30
Non-Members $45

Re-Defining the Value of Certification: A Case Study in Making Our Message Matter

A case study is presented to show how a midsize program created messages of value from existing data and created momentum. In addition, specific examples and plans for affordably highlighting certification value are shared.

Members $30
Non-Members $45 

So, You Think You've Got a Certification Program? Understanding the Nuances of Various Credentialing?

Panelists explore the differences in the mission, governance, and psychometric components of various assessment programs, including: employment testing, licensure, certifications designed for public protection, certifications designed to support hiring decisions, certificates, and micro-credentials (badges). Key points of differentiation such as portability of the credential, legislative requirements, definition of the job role, strength of the link between the credential and job role, design and development, and alignment with educational/training requirements are discussed.

Members $30
Non-Members $45 

 

 

2014 Conference Recording Packages & Pricing

For full session descriptions, please browse our searchable 2014 ICE Exchange Conference Program & Exhibitor Guide. Please remember that the material presented in the below sessions represent the expertise and viewpoints of the speakers.

2014 ICE Exchange Taste of Conference
(11 sessions) 
Business of Certification Session Samples
(6 sessions) 
Testing Session Samples
(6 sessions) 
Members $110
Non-Members $160
Members $90
Non-Members $135 
Members $90
Non-members $135 
Solving the Specialization Puzzle with the ICE Continuing Competence Framework Document  X
Leveraging Job Analysis to Assess the Value of Your Certification X
Redefining Certification Database RFPs to Requests for Partnerships X
The Role of Certification Boards in Scope of Practice and Other
Legislative Changes
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The New American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) Standards for Maintenance of Certification: Leading the Way to the Future X
Time to Redesign? Program & Psychometric Guidance for Renovating Your Program X X
Can International Testing Be Managed Securely? X
Gamification and Defensible Assessment X
Is My Program in Trouble? Asking the Right Questions To Get the Right Answers in Test Security X
How Do I Select the Best Testing Model for My Organization? X
Exam Development 101 X

 

2013 Conference Recording Packages & Pricing

For full session descriptions, please browse our searchable 2013 ICE Exchange Conference Program & Exhibitor Guide. Please remember that the material presented in the below sessions represent the expertise and viewpoints of the speakers.

Tell Me Something Good: NCCA Accreditation and Good Certification Practices
(1 three-hour session) 
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When a certification program is developed and maintained properly, it serves the needs of its customers, considers the public interest, and creates exams that focus on validity, reliability, and defensibility.

A panel of four NCCA Commissioners will speak to effective certification practices that lead to good certification programs. The NCCA Standards for Accreditation of Certification Programs is used during the discussion as a framework for building and maintaining certification programs that maintain necessary rigor and create value.


Members $110
Non-members: $150                  

2013 ICE Exchange Full Conference
(25 one-hour sessions)
Administration & Governance for Certification Programs
(19 one-hour sessions)
Testing for Certification Programs
(12 one-hour sessions)
Concepts for Education & Training Programs
(6 one-hour sessions)

Members $289
Non-members $389

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Non-members $179

Members $109
Non-members $159

Members $89
Non-members $119

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Getting It Off the Shelf: How to Use Your Practice Analysis to Create Best Practices Across Your Profession


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Targeted Learning for Continuing Competency and Professional Development


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Teach an Item Writer to Fish X
Cost-Effective Marketing Tactics for a New Certification Program
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Is Your Certification Board Competent? X
Innovating Education to Engage Professionals Through Certificates of Completion in Multiple Disciplines
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Choosing Test Delivery Options: It's Not Complicated ... More Is Better Than Less
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Protecting the Public and Profession through an Effective Discipline Process
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Maximizing the Value of Public Members X
Score Reporting Pitfalls for Licensure and Certification Examinations
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Ethics and Boundaries Assessment Services: Offering Regulatory Agencies Computerized, Post-Licensure Essay Evaluations

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Assessment-based Certificate Program: Why It May be Preferable to NCCA Accreditation
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Green Light- Red Light: When to Start and When to Stop a Certification Program
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International Data Privacy and Global Trends
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Who's Lurking in Your Testing Room? X
Excellence through Collaboration: Two Heads Are Better Than One!
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Models of Recertification X X X
The Value of Planned Chaos X
Innovative Thinking for Your Certification Program: 30 Ideas You Can Use in 60 Minutes
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Think Before You Jump: What to Consider When Developing Performance Items
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A Global HR Credential: Steps to Encourage Success
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Get Up and Toot Your Horn: Let the World Know About the Value of Your Certification
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Beyond Governance: Design Elements for a Flourishing Organization
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The Art of Developing and Scoring Constructed-Response Questions: Lessons Learned
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High Stakes ABCs? The Need for More Guidance...
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