In this part-two article, Cynthia Allen, Susan Davis-Becker, Ph.D., and Janice Moore discuss common psychometric challenges and provide strategies to help clear the path to accreditation.
Adaptive testing seeks to change the way people are measured by making tests more efficient and effective. Discover how algorithms optimize tests to the individual, allowing for greater security and savings.
A well-conducted job analysis study allows a credentialing program to confidently assert that the content of their examination aligns with the necessary knowledge, skills, or competencies required of a job.
The path to National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) accreditation is a complex yet rewarding journey. Learn how awareness of common roadblocks can not only lead to success, but create a commitment to best practices and ongoing improvement.
The establishment of practice standards and competency domains provides a foundation for the profession and a framework for continuing education. Assessment of knowledge and skills competency serve as the basis for many certifications and credentialing programs.
Although nearly every credentialing organization maintains some form of ethical code and procedures for reviewing alleged violations, approaches vary widely.
A recap of the popular 2016 ICE Exchange session of the same name, this article focuses on the unique considerations that organizations may encounter when recruiting and retaining SMEs and volunteers.
A look at the case of Camarda v. Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. and how it affects associations that sponsor certification programs
Responsive web design, using HTML and CSS, delivers exam content to any device, of any size, on any platform.
In part three of this exam security series, the author provides practical advice to combat and prevent evolving methods of cheating.