Military personnel have unique difficulties translating their experience into the civilian workforce and many professions do not effectively translate their needs into military skill sets. In this article, learn how several organizations came together to help bridge this gap.
In recent years, the American Board of Anesthesiologists (ABA) has come under increasing pressure to make continuing certification programs more relevant, less burdensome and less costly for diplomates. Discover how this was achieved with the creation of MOCA 2.0.
When it comes to building the right work groups for writing exam questions, diversity really does matter. Teams with a variety of experience and background are not just smarter, but more effective. Learn how you can build more diverse work groups in this article.
With the credentialing community’s foundation built upon the need to demonstrate competencies, the “Fake It ‘Til You Make It” mantra fails to take into account the need for competencies and the ability to measure, foster and demonstrate them.
The changing nature of accounting and other professions has driven test blueprint development toward an evidence-centered design approach. In this article, we explore how organizations can gather such evidence by listening to test takers.