The Measuring Non-cognitive Competence Report Task Force was assembled to inform the ICE community on the topic of noncognitive assessment and its relevance to professional credentialing. To this end, this questions and answers document is provided to serve as an initial introduction and to provide references for those interested in a deeper dive into the underlying literature.
This on-demand webinar provides a focused introduction to computerized adaptive testing (CAT), allowing credentialing professionals to better understand the benefits of the approach and evaluate its applicability to their organization.
Explore public interest through the regulator’s lens. Hear common concerns and goals on working in the public interest, what it means, and more importantly, what it should mean. Learn strategies to structure your organization and make decision on truly working in the public interest.
Designed for new credentialing staff, new volunteer board members, or staff who are developing a new certification program, set up your staff and volunteers for success by providing them basic knowledge and good practices for administering a certification program.