The paper addresses certification program directors and managers, organization executives, and volunteer leaders interested in improving governance and re-evaluating their organizational structure with the goal of complying with NCCA and/or ISO/IEC 17024 accreditation requirements.
An overview of three key aspects (administrative, education/training content, assessment) of preparing an assessment-based certificate program for accreditation under the updated ICE 1100 Standard.
Designed for those newer to the field of credentialing, learn the differences between certificate and certification program, an overview of steps involved in developing each, and what you need in place to offer both.
This presentation focuses on the business case for ABC programs, using a case study. Learn potential benefits of ABC programs, factors to consider when conducting a business analysis, and considerations for ABC program development when accreditation is a goal.
The Assessment-based Certificate Accreditation Committee (ACAC) created a set of psychometric guidelines to assist certificate program administrators with demonstrating compliance to the ICE 1100 Standard, and in particular, Standard 7 on the Development, Conduct, and Evaluation of Assessments. In this session, presenters provide a detailed orientation to some of these guidelines, with a focus on aligning assessments with learning objectives and conforming to best practices surrounding assessment policies and procedures.