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The Certified Credentialing Professional Experience: A Q&A With Janice Moore, ICE-CCP

In the fifth installment of our ICE-CCP Q&A series, Steven Garner chats with Janice Moore about her certification exam experience, her advice for those wanting to pursue the ICE-CCP certification and more.

Addressing the Misrepresentation of Certification Status: When a Cease-and-Desist Letter Isn’t Enough and a Lawsuit Is Too Much

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.

CLEAR Quick Poll Results: Pandemic Pass Rate Changes

The Council on Licensure, Enforcement & Regulation (CLEAR) recently issued a Quick Poll survey on pass rate changes due to the pandemic. Read the results in this excerpt from the CLEAR Exam Review.

The Certified Credentialing Professional Experience: A Q&A With Susan Gould, CSP, ICE-CCP

In the latest installment of our ICE-CCP Q&A series, Susan Gould shares insights into her remote proctoring experience, why this certification interested her and advice for future test takers.

Certification and Health Care: A New Perspective and Deeper Appreciation

For the past year, Trey Melazzo, a member of the American Pharmacy Association’s Executive Postgraduate Training program, has gotten a closer look at how APhA and the Board of Pharmacy Specialties operate to support pharmacists throughout their career. In this Q&A, learn more about Melazzo’s experience, including his week-long residency with I.C.E.

Addressing Bias in Certification Programs: A Q&A With Clarence Chaffee

When talking about fairness, the topics of diversity, equity and bias follow, but understanding how to critically evaluate existing certification programs and successfully implement any necessary changes related to these topics can be challenging. Clarence Chaffee weighs in on how your organization can address bias in its programs in this Q&A.

Fueling Curiosity and Cultivating Professional Relationships: A Career Conversation With I.C.E. Member Brian Lawson, PharmD

I.C.E. member and 2021 Next Gen Award recipient Brian Lawson is an emerging leader in the credentialing industry, dedicated to the advancement of licensure, certificate programs and certification. Get to know Brian, including impactful moments in his career and his thoughts on the future of the profession.

The Certified Credentialing Professional Experience: A Q&A With Ibi Layi-Ojo, MS, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, ICE-CCP

In part three of our Q&A series with members of the inaugural cohort of ICE-CCP certificants, Steven Garner chats with Ibi Layi-Ojo to understand why this certification means so much to her and what others can learn from her test-taking experience.

How a Public Member Played a Critical Role in an Organization’s Risk Management

Public members have long been a part of the board of directors for Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. When a situation arose in 2019, a public member demonstrated the vital contributions they can make to an organization, especially with regard to risk management.

5 Things to Know About Implementing Digital Badges

Digital badges have long been a topic of interest, particularly in the education and credentialing industries, and they have only grown in popularity with the acceleration of technology and online platforms. If your organization is ready to implement digital badges, here are five things to keep in mind.

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The Certified Credentialing Professional Experience: A Q&A With Janice Moore, ICE-CCP
The Certified Credentialing Professional Experience: A Q&A With Janice Moore, ICE-CCP In the fifth installment of our ICE-CCP Q&A series, Steven Garner chats with Janice Moore about her...
Addressing the Misrepresentation of Certification Status: When a Cease-and-Desist Letter Isn’t Enough and a Lawsuit Is Too Much
Addressing the Misrepresentation of Certification Status: When a Cease-and-Desist Letter Isn’t Enough and a Lawsuit Is Too Much Addressing misrepresentation of certification status can be challenging, especially when people don’t comply...
CLEAR Quick Poll Results: Pandemic Pass Rate Changes
CLEAR Quick Poll Results: Pandemic Pass Rate Changes The Council on Licensure, Enforcement & Regulation (CLEAR) recently issued a Quick Poll survey on pass rate...
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