Articulating the value of your credentialing program to various stakeholders audiences can be challenging. I.C.E. developed these Values statements to create standardized and robust language when speaking about the value of certification and assessment-based certificate programs.
For Credentialing Organizations, Professional Societies, Individual
Professionals, the General Public, Employers, and Regulatory Agencies
For Credentialing Organizations, Professional Societies,
Individual Professionals, Training Organizations, and the General Public
For Credentialing Organizations, Employers, Individual
Professionals, the General Public, and Regulatory Agencies
Tips on How You Can Use the Statements
Copy and paste this language in your communications (website, email messaging, candidate messaging, etc.). Credit I.C.E. whenever possible.
"As Community Outreach at ASAP-New York Certification Board, I use the I.C.E. certification value statement in my stakeholder presentations ALL THE TIME - for example, see our webinar co-produced with the NYS state agency for addiction supports, https://oasas.ny.gov/learning-thursdays-professional-certification-peer-recovery-value-and-process” - Ruth Riddick, CARC-RCP
Post on your website
Distribute to your Board Members
Include in your value proposition literature for current certificants/certifcate-holders or applicant population
Include in your value statements for public oriented stakeholder audiences
- Value of Certification Study: Results from a research study on certificant’s perspective of the value of their certification. Produced in 2019 from a collaboration between I.C.E.’s External Stakeholder Working Group and research firm HUMRRO.
Value of Certification White Paper: A guide for understanding what Value of Certification is, how you can use it, and how to start your own study.
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