WEB16 What About Microcredentialing?


There’s a lot of buzz about microcredentials, but what are they? Are they certification or education? How are they different from traditionally offered credentials? Is a digital badge a microcredential? Why should we consider offering them? What's involved in developing and granting them? Those questions and more are addressed in this on-demand webinar by Mickie Rops, CAE, an experienced and trusted advisor in education and credentialing.

Audience: All levels of credentialing professionals
Format: Format: On-demand Webinar (c) 2016
Duration: Approximately 1 hour, including time for Q&A


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Mickie Rops, CAE
As president and principal consulting of Mickie Rops Consulting LLC, Mickie helps organizations make the right credentialing decisions. Much of her consulting work is in educating organizations on credentialing options and guiding them in the decision as to which credentialing program, if any, is the right fit for the challenges they face. She also conducts audits of full programs or program components to make recommendations for improvement, and customizes governance and management systems and policies for credentialing organizations.

Mickie has had first-hand experience as a credentialing staff executive, applicant and board member, combined with almost two decades of consulting with credentialing agencies of all sizes and across industry segments. Mickie speaks and writes frequently on credentialing matters. ASAE has published her staff and board member reference guide Certification Simplified and her certification chapter in Core Competencies in Professional Development, which is on ASAE's Authoritative Literature List. These and other valuable resources can be found on her website