In June 2019, the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE) initiated a research project to explore how private certification organizations use information about an individual’s criminal history in making credentialing decisions.
Competency modeling was identified as an area of interest to ICE members and the larger stakeholder community. Specifically, its aim is to inform credential owners and other stakeholders on the topic of competency modeling and its potential relevance to professional credentialing.
This report will summarize “Part 2” of the Small Program Issues study, which is intended to discuss and provide suggestions for methods that could be used to address some of the specific challenges small programs face.
This paper reports the design and results of interviews with individuals who have experience working with small programs. The questions encourage the respondents to help identify both the organizational and psychometric issues they face with small programs.
Learn about the ICE Research and Development committee’s activities, what’s on the horizon and the benefits of such research from John Wickett (2018 committee chair) and Patricia Muenzen (2019 committee chair).