Why Do an Internal Audit of your Certificate Program? The best answer is to ensure the program is doing all that is mandatory. Whether those […]
This series of blog posts provides useful information for accredited certificate programs, organizations seeking Certificate Accreditation Program (CAP) accreditation, and other interested parties who want to learn more about certificate program accreditation and the ASTM E2659 standard.
The ANSI National Accreditation Board (ANAB) Certificate Accreditation Program (CAP) assesses and accredits certificate programs conforming to the requirements of ANSI/ASTM E2659. You can learn more about ANAB CAP here, How to Apply to ANAB CAP here, or CAP Documents and Resources here or find Accredited Certificate Issuers here.
To learn more about other accreditation programs, please read the ANAB Blog.
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“Our time is your money.” Consider that a mantra in preparing for the accreditation process. Achieving accreditation under the ASTM E2659-18 Certificate Accreditation Program is […]
Introduction to Certificate Accreditation Terms “ASTM E2659-18,” “CIDP,” “Surveillance,” “Summative Assessment” … You would not be alone if you weren’t sure if these terms are […]
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Criterion Referenced Assessments (CRA) studies (sometimes known as “standard setting studies”) are used in the training industry to determine passing scores in training programs. Time, […]
The “certificate term” is so important in the ASTM E2659-18 standard that not only does it define “certificate term” but it also gives the phrase […]
What exactly is meant by the term “Instructional design model” as referenced in ASTM E2659-18 section 6.1.1 and what would be considered evidence of compliance […]
A topic that generates a lot of confusion, questions, and non-conformities in the Certificate Accreditation Program (CAP) accreditation process are three foundational practices that may […]