Resources to Help You Stay Sharp in 2021
The new year is here. Do you have the resources you need to help you stay sharp, think differently and even evolve your career? I.C.E. relies on its community of experts to help provide such insight and advice; below is a roundup of resources led by your peers to help you get started on the right foot in 2021.
Learn From the Experts — I.C.E. Webinars
Remote Proctoring — Key Questions for a Timely and Careful Decision
Remote proctoring has long been a hot topic within the credentialing community — and in the midst of COVID-19, its importance only grew. This webinar features panelists who discuss benefits and challenges to remote proctored exam administration, lessons learned, and concerns moving into the future.
Microcredentialing and Generational Use of Credentials
What are microcredentials and how is the next generation of professionals engaging with them? This webinar, presented by Christine Niero, PhD, of Professional Testing, Inc., outlines basic terminology, how to incorporate microcredentials into an organization’s portfolio, ways to identify the need for microcredentials and how to assess the market for current and future constituents.
Starting Up a Certification Program: Real-World and Road-Tested Advice
Are you helping your organization blaze a trail for certification? Before you put pen to paper, get practical, tested advice in this webinar from Lenora Knapp, PhD, president of Knapp & Associates International, and Jennifer Naughton, MA, SPHR, president of Naughton Consulting. Learn about common missteps and ways that upfront planning can help you minimize risks in the future.
Putting a Spotlight on Your Career
Did you know I.C.E. has two key resources when it comes to helping you navigate your career? If you’re interested in learning how to identify which career path you’re on within the credentialing profession, check out the I.C.E. Credentialing Career Pathways page. This interactive resource helps define pathways, shows ways in which careers may overlap with each other, provides associated competencies for each career path and more.
If you’ve got your career path figured out and are ready to leap to the next opportunity, be sure to visit the I.C.E. Career Center. This resource features the latest listings, allows you to search by industry, state and job function, and also includes a career planning tool.
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