The Accreditation Services Council (Council) was established in 2017 as a standing committee of ICE, helping ICE to offer a portfolio of accreditation services to meet the growing needs of members and stakeholder groups. Learn about the Council’s updates within their first year of existence.
Setting up a new high-quality certification program takes time, resources and a considerable amount of planning. This article will provide a roadmap of recommended steps organizations may wish to consider during strategic planning of a new certification program.
Edward “Ed” Susank has had a long history of volunteering and serving as a public member for a number of organizations. Here he shares what it takes to be a public member, the challenges and triumphs of the role and his advice for someone considering the role.
When a prestigious credential program is recommended for reassessment, the organizing body must act quickly. Learn how the Competency and Credentialing Institute (CCI) improved their CNOR certification and are supporting over 40,000 CNOR certificants through this change