This year’s ICE Exchange, held in Austin, Texas, from Nov. 6-9, was the most highly attended in ICE history. Session rooms were held with captive attention, while in between, hallways were buzzing with conversation and the exchange of ideas.
Managing a workplace comprised of multiple generations can seem like a daunting task on paper, but it may be easier than you think. In this infographic, we highlight key traits of each generation and ways to mind the (generational) gap.
In this continued series, we explore the role of the public member, interviewing individuals and telling their story – their experience, triumphs and challenges. Hear from Thomas Hartsell Jr., who serves as public member for the Art Therapy Credentials Board, Inc.
In December 2017, ICE publicly announced its intention to revise the ICE 1100 Standard for Assessment-Based Certificate Programs, and the community is invited to participate in public review. Learn more about the process, the state of revisions to date and how you can participate.
Respiratory therapists who hold credentials from the National Board for Respiratory Care (NBCR) have evolved from solely generalists in 1961, to a diverse group that includes specialists. Learn how NBRC navigated these updates, including the creation of a mobile-friendly assessment platform.