The misidentification of certification vs. certificate contributes to confusion in the marketplace of learners, certificants and the public. What can be done to address, and ultimately clarify, this problem?
Chuck Ramani reflects on his career and the increasing value of accreditation as he prepares for retirement. At the time of this interview, Ramani was the President of the International Accreditation Service.
ICE Chair Claudia Zacharias reflects on the ways ICE has been "shaking things up" in the last few years.
Over the past year, ICE has reported on the progress of the development of the Right to Safe Care Coalition (RTSCC). This Coalition is made up of organizations concerned about the legislative and regulatory attempts to limit the Maintenance of Certification requirements currently in place.
It’s clear to me that those who pursue the credentialing specialist certificate come from a wide variety of backgrounds and have many different motivations for participating. What resonates for you? Personal and professional development? Showing others what you do and what you can do?
The ICE Board of Directors and management team look forward to the exciting prospects of 2017.
Message from the Chair: The Benefits of Public Members
Denise Fandel has made important strides for the athletic training industry, as well as for the Institute for Credentialing Excellence.
Amy Dufrane has spent the majority of her career in not-for-profit organizations. She joined HR Certification Institute five years ago and has been the CEO for the past four.
Disruptive innovation, or something else?