Credentialing organizations devote significant time and money to ensure that the processes used for initial certification and licensure are defensible and of high quality. Continuing competence and the renewal of certification and licensure are topics that credentialing organizations are focusing on more and more because credentialing organizations permit individuals to use their name and acronym for the entire career, usually without evidence that the individuals have maintained proficiency at an acceptable level. Review the work that has been done by ICE and several other organizations to clarify best practices in this important area.
Audience: All levels of credentialing professionals
Format: Format: On-demand Webinar (c) 2015
Duration: Approximately 1 hour, including time for Q&A
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James Henderson, PhD, Castle Worldwide
Jim Henderson completed his PhD at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He began his employment at Castle Worldwide (in Raleigh, North Carolina) in 1991, where he has provided consultation and psychometric leadership for many examinations that are used in certification and licensure. He served as psychometrician on the National Commission for Certifying Agencies from 1993 to 1999 and as NCCA chair for three of those years. He chaired the steering committee for the NCCA standards revision from 1998 through their introduction in 2002, and more recently he chaired the Psychometric Technical Advisory Group for the current NCCA standards revision. He chaired the ICE Research Committee for four years after publishing the Principles and Requirements of Renewal Programs in Professional Licensure and Certification. He wrote the chapter on job analysis in both editions of Certification: An ICE Handbook, highly regarded resource in professional certification. He was given the ICE Leadership Award in 2001 and the Service Award in 2012.