A psychometrician, test development manager, instructional design consultant, and an attorney experienced in certification law and ADA accessibility to discuss strategies to address accessibility for assessment-based certificate programs and certification/licensure exams.
Within the credentialing community, we have seen increased interest in international expansion. This research explores the interest of the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE) membership in international expansion and to determine what, if any, resources would be of value to the group.
In June 2019, the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE) initiated a research project to explore how private certification organizations use information about an individual’s criminal history in making credentialing decisions.
The report explores the impacts of being certified on aspects such as compensation, work environment, and their own attitudes toward their professionalism and experience.
Competency modeling was identified as an area of interest to ICE members and the larger stakeholder community. Specifically, its aim is to inform credential owners and other stakeholders on the topic of competency modeling and its potential relevance to professional credentialing.