Top 5 Credentialing Insights Articles From 2022
From I.C.E. and industry-wide research to learning about the new I.C.E. Certified Credentialing Professional (ICE-CCP) certification, noncognitive competencies and the misrepresentation of certification statuses, these were the top read Credentialing Insights articles in 2022.
By Timothy J. Muckle, PhD, Linda Waters, PhD, and Kari Hodge, PhD
With the utilization of live remote proctoring (LRP) increasing, I.C.E. and the NCCA have been committed to providing guidance to the industry for its implementation. In an ongoing effort to share best practices, I.C.E. is embarking on a study to gather insights regarding communication strategies. Learn more about this upcoming research in an overview from the Research and Development Committee.
By John Weiner
While job knowledge and manual skills are foundational for competent professional practice, noncognitive competencies are moving to the forefront in discussions of the future, due to advances in technology and the digitalization and automation of tasks and processes. Learn more about the importance of behavioral and soft skills and how credentialing organizations can incorporate them into their learning and assessment programs.
By Steven Garner, PMP, CAE, ICE-CCP
In part two of our I.C.E. Certified Credentialing Professionals (ICE-CCP) Q&A series, Norah Duffy discusses the importance of obtaining this certification, her exam experience and more.
By Misty Bloom, Esq, ICE-CCP, Sarah Bush, ICE-CCP, and James E. Carr, PhD, BCBA-D, ICE-CCP
Addressing misrepresentation of certification status can be challenging, especially when people don’t comply with cease-and-desist letters. Learn how the Behavior Analyst Certification Board addressed this challenge with the introduction of a webpage where misprepresenter names and geographic locations are published.
By Sara Blair Lake, JD, CAE
Lactation accommodations during professional credentialing examinations are imperative from the public health, equity and inclusion, and business perspectives, but does your organization know how to incorporate them into its testing? Learn how your group can structure its certification program to optimize the testing experience for breastfeeding mothers with these considerations.