For credentialing organizations and associations considering international expansion, there are multiple factors to consider. Terrance Barkan, CAE, and Margaret Bloom, Esq., discuss insights and strategies for international and global expansion of a US-based certification program in this recording.
In order for credentialing organizations to be prepared to survive the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic crisis, they should work proactively to mitigate negative effects. Consider these three points — business continuity, test vendor contracts and data security — while making a plan.
In case you missed it, ICE recently hosted a virtual dialogue on the impacts of COVID-19 and the credentialing industry. Learn what credentialing bodies should be asking as it relates to business practices most at risk and hear how other organizations are adapting to these unexpected times.
Nikki Hochschild is relatively new to the credentialing world with a background in IT, but she has quickly immersed herself in bettering her organization’s recertification and continuing education processes. Learn more about her unique career path in this interview.
Explaining credentialing to someone not in the industry can be difficult, but critical in order to attract people who have skills credentialing organizations need. Read on for a brief review of hiring resources and tips for success related to credentialing organization careers.