This chapter covers program governance and is organized into three sections: documents, board structure, and fiduciary responsibilities. The purpose is to discuss the documents needed for governance - either to be separately incorporated or part of a separately incorporated organization.
The 2012 What the CFO Wants to Know is a follow-up report to the Certification Industry Operating Ratios and Benchmarking Statistics report published in 2009. In our newest report, gain insight into the average revenue, expenses, and operations of certification programs.
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.
This 2015 report benchmarks the same metrics as in previous years; however, it also addresses new topics, such as marketing strategies and the use of virtual versus in-person approaches to performing test-related activities. The report is based on data collected from 66 organizations in Canada and the United States. It details the general demographics of the respondents, including staff size, geographic scope of programs, and the number of programs offered.
For Members Only. This free Executive Summary provides an overview of the method used to conduct the 2015 Certification Industry Compensation and Benesifts Survey, identifies general profiles of the responding organizations, lists the type of data categories reported for each position, and provides a few highlights of the data in the report.
A digital copy of the ICE Handbook, a step-by-step guide to designing and implementing effective professional certification examinations was written by recognized experts with applied knowledge of practical experience.