As the certification landscape shifts, new opportunities are arising for associations to present themselves as a trusted source. Here ICE Chair Lisa Sallstrom shares considerations around environmental shifts, how to manage through uncertainty and ways to take action within your own organization.
Transitioning from a traditional certification model and adopting a stackable strategy is a significant change. Hear from two organizations — the National Wood Flooring Association (NWFA) and the Association for Talent Development (ATD) — who have implemented a stackable strategy.
The popularity of stackable credentials offer promise toward closing the skills gap that many U.S. companies seem to face. However, there are differing definitions of what stackable credentials are. This article attempts to clarify and dispel some of the myths according to widely-recognized sources.
Blockchain is being implemented in the credentialing space for things like digital badging and learning community management systems. This article provides a basic understanding of this emerging technology and its potential applications for security in credentialing practices.
For those new to the credentialing industry, or just new to ICE, the Exchange is a chance to experience first-hand the value of a community that learns together and moves the industry forward. Hear from two first-time attendees to get their perspective in this interview.