Published: December 14, 2021
If 2021 has taught us anything, it is that we are in a state of constant change and adaptation — and the top viewed articles on Credentialing Insights hold true to this as well. From a new certification program for industry professionals to updating renewal requirements and addressing new eligibility laws, take a look at the most viewed articles from the year.
By Linda Anguish, SPHR, and Doug Weinbaum, I.C.E. Headquarters
I.C.E. recently launched a new certification program for credentialing professionals: the I.C.E. Certified Credentialing Professional (ICE-CCP). In this overview, learn the history behind the program, the importance of an ICE-CCP credential and how you can register for the beta examination.
By Janice Moore, SeaCrest Consulting, and Todd. R. Philbrick, CAE, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)
Are your renewal requirements providing enough assurance to stakeholders that your certificants are remaining competent? The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) recently partnered with SeaCrest Consulting to analyze the continuing competency/renewal requirements of accredited certifying bodies to answer this question. Read on to learn what their research uncovered.
By Amanda A. Wolkowitz, PhD, Alpine Testing Solutions Inc., Brett P. Foley, PhD, Alpine Testing Solutions Inc., Jared Zurn, AIA, CAE, NCARB, Corina Owens, PhD, Alpine Testing Solutions Inc., and Jim Mendes, Adobe
Utilizing 3-option multiple-choice (MC3) items for multiple-choice questions has been discussed for years and many researchers have come to a common conclusion: MC3 items psychometrically perform just as well as 4-option multiple-choice (MC4) items. In this case study, learn how the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards teamed up with Alpine Testing Solutions to rethink the Architect Registration Examination.
By Julia E. Judish, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
The state of Connecticut recently enacted the “clean slate” bill, forging new ground in prohibiting private organizations in the state from basing eligibility and disciplinary decisions on certain criminal convictions. Learn what this law means for your certifying organization and the individuals it serves in this overview from Julia E. Judish.
By Audry Hite, Amazon Web Services; Christine Mills, PhD, Ascend Learning; and Michelle Nolin, CPTD, Learn Ethos LLC
While there is an increase in demand for accessible programs, there is little guidance for initial accessibility implementation. In this article, learn why it is important to implement accessibility in a learning context and gain general design strategy tips from the authors, followed by a case study.
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