With the advances in technology and the effect of the pandemic, the push towards remote learning has been accelerated. The causes of these rapid changes have challenged the credentialing industry.
International Expansion: A Strategic Approach
Dania Eter, Chief Credentialing & Products Portfolio Officer writes for us in this month's guest blog post with some hints, tips and considerations when considering expansion of a credentialing or certification program overseas.
Developing a Certification Program: Showing Value and Impact (Guest Post)
At Comms Multilingual, we are very interested in the latest developments within the assessment and certification industries. To that end, we are asking industry experts to provide guest contributions to our blog, which we hope will be of interest to our community....
Developing a Certification Program: Growing Reach and Loyalty (Guest Post)
In this post, Christine Yoshida looks at how to grow the reach of your new certification program and gain traction through the use of content and social media.
Developing a Certification Program: Launching Your Program (Guest Post)
In the third post in our "Developing a Certification Program" series, Christine Yoshida looks at ways you can launch your program using social media, with your customer as your biggest champion.
Developing a Certification Program: Build Content (Guest Post)
In this, the second post in our "Developing a Certification Program" series, our guest author, Christine Yoshida dives into the second next phase of the process: building content, blueprinting and beta testing.
Developing a Certification Program: Defining Your Strategy (Guest Post)
We are interested in the latest developments within the assessment and certification industries, and so have asked industry experts to provide contributions to our blog, which we hope will be of interest to our community. This post is the first in a series from Christine Yoshida, President & Principal Consultant of Enlitefy, Inc. on the steps required to develop a certification program.
Item bank translation: which format should I use?
Test owners will naturally look to store their exam content in some form of item banking system. We've taken a brief look into which item export formats we can work with directly, and how the process might work from an end client's point of view.
Should you translate your tests, assessments and certifications?
In our previous post, we looked at the translation, localisation and adaptation process and the fact that it is very important to get all three steps right in order to ensure that your assessment will work in another country and for another culture. How are testing organisations actually coping with different sensibilities and cultures in addition to translation?