In order for credentialing organizations to be prepared to survive the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic crisis, they should work proactively to mitigate negative effects. Consider these three points — business continuity, test vendor contracts and data security — while making a plan.
As best practices and teaching methods have evolved over the years, so has adult learning. Michelle Nolin, CPLP, discusses the thought processes, learning theories and innovation that go into creating evidence-based adult learning that allows the learner to be engaged and retain information.
Lindsey Durham first became familiar with the NCCA after helping lead her organization’s accreditation efforts. It was a desire to deepen her knowledge as a subject matter expert, however, that motivated her to join the NCCA Commission as an administrative reviewer.
In case you missed it, ICE recently hosted a virtual dialogue on the impacts of COVID-19 and the credentialing industry. Learn what credentialing bodies should be asking as it relates to business practices most at risk and hear how other organizations are adapting to these unexpected times.
While you can’t read the minds of Gen Zs and millennials, a recent study by Lenora G. Knapp, PhD, Sandra Bauman, PhD, and Liberty Munson, PhD, did the next best thing: surveyed these generations for their thoughts and motivations regarding professional credentialing. Get their takeaways here.