WEB21: Defining the Role of the Credentialing Professional: Insights from I.C.E. Job Analysis


On-demand Webinar 



I.C.E. is developing a certification program for credentialing professionals, focused on individuals working in the areas of governance, operations, and assessment development for certification, licensure, and other related programs.

Hear from Amin Saiar, PhD,VP of Psychometric Services at PSI, who facilitated the Job Analysis that serves as the foundation of the content validation and exam design process for this new credential.

Learn about the job analysis process and walk through the competencies and tasks that were found to be associated with the role of a credentialing professional.

A special thank you to PSI for generously supporting the Job Analysis.


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Amin Saiar, PhD

VP of Psychometric Services, PSI

Dr. Amin Saiar is the Vice President, Psychometrics at PSI Services and joined PSI in January 2013. During his 12+ years of experience in the assessment industry, he has conducted job analyses, psychometric evaluation of credentialing programs, accreditation consulting, examination development, and standard setting for numerous certification and licensure programs. He is experienced in a variety of assessment formats including written examinations with alternative item types and performance-based examinations as well as assessment applications outside of credentialing including medicine, public health, licensure, career development, and organizational psychology. Dr. Saiar served as a commissioner for the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) for 6 years, was a chapter author for the Third-Edition ICE Handbook, and is a current member of the Association of Test Publishers (ATP) Certification and Licensure Division leadership. He received his B.A. in Psychology from the University of California, Los Angeles and his Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology.


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