In 2018, ICE combined two parallel working groups to create the Career Pathway & Emerging Leaders Task Force. The task force’s first priority was to research what a typical career pathway in credentialing might look like. They developed a Career Pathway Survey and this report provides the findings.
ICE is proud to publish the first American National Standard for certificate programs, ICE 1100 2010(E) – Standard for Assessment-Based Certificate Programs (2009). The Standard specifies essential requirements for certificate programs and provides guidance to program providers, consumers, and others on what defines a high-quality program.
This paper provides detailed information on the development of the ICE 1100 certificate standard. This publication provides a wealth of information on the development of the standard, rationale for key requirements, and linking the requirements to industry best practices.
The "Credentialing Specialist" Assessment-based Certificate Program is designed for certification staff who want to gain insights into the eco-system of certification from a program's conception, through its development and delivery, to maintenance and improvement.
The 17024 Compliance Handbook is a comprehensive, definitive source of information about how to achieve 17024 compliance. Written by Wallace Judd, Ph.D., the handbook is an invaluable resource for anyone applying for accreditation under ISO 17024.