Credentialing Insights: An I.C.E. Podcast

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I.C.E. Podcast Episode 6: Assessment-based Certificate Accreditation

What is an assessment-based certificate program and why should it be accredited? Hear from three members of I.C.E.’s Assessment-based Certificate Accreditation Council (ACAC) as they discuss accreditation programs, why it’s a good idea to get accredited and what the pitfalls are for many applicants.

I.C.E. Podcast Episode 5: Credential As You Go Initiative

What is the Credential As You Go (CAYG) movement? What does it mean to have a lifelong learning orientation to credentialing? What are incremental credentialing concepts? CAYG expert leaders Nan Travers and Holly Zanville answer these questions and chat with I.C.E. Board Member Bill West about what credentialing bodies need to understand about this game changing perspective.

I.C.E. Podcast Episode 4: Connecting With Employers on the Value of Certification

Do you know how to talk with your employer audience on the importance and value of your certification? Join members of the I.C.E. External Stakeholders Working Group (ESWG) as they share how several credentialing organizations are working with employers to promote the value of certification as well as highlights from the group's 2021 Value of Certification report.

I.C.E. Podcast Episode 3: Modernizing the Credentialing Model

Technology, the shifting workforce and customer demographics are fueling innovation and altering business conditions. Join Shannon Carter, EdD, CAE, and Dale. R. Cyr, MBA, CAE, in a conversation on how these factors are changing the landscape of credentialing and what we can do to meet the challenges and opportunities they present.

I.C.E. Podcast Episode 2: Competency-Based Credentialing: An Alternative to Job Analysis
Compared to a job analysis, which mainly focuses on developing specifications for an examination, a competency-based program provides a purpose for a credential and describes the level of performance expected. In episode two of Credentialing Insights: An I.C.E. Podcast, Terri Hinkley, EdD, MBA, BScN, RN, CAE (Medical-Surgical Nursing Certification Board), and John Wickett, PhD (Wickett Measurement Services), take a deep dive into...
I.C.E. Podcast Episode 1: Demystifying Psychometrics
Psychometrics spans a wide range of fields — from education and licensure to certifications and certificates. In this episode of Credentialing Insights: An I.C.E. Podcast, Chad Buckendahl, PhD, Isabelle Gonthier, PhD, and Amin Saiar, PhD discuss psychometrics from both program and consultant/vender viewpoints, giving insights into what it is, how it can be implemented and how psychometricians can effectively work with...

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