CERTIFIED ASSESSMENT & CREDENTIALING PROFESSIONAL (CACP)
This credential is specifically for professionals and leaders who are responsible for developing and managing certification, certificate, and accreditation programs. Eligibility includes a self-assessment and review of that assessment to determine whether the candidate has the appropriate range of experience. Courses are available to supplement skills. Once eligible, candidates complete a practicum to demonstrate their proficiency as a professional with expertise in credentialing.
This credentialing process with its supplemental courses are designed to help you develop credentialing programs that:
Certification is awarded based on successful completion of practicum requirements. Course completion (or equivalent) is a prerequisite for practicum admission.
How to Apply
Download the Handbook that has the standards, eligibility requirements, certification application, scoring rubric, and maintenance requirements.
Attend the free webinar, Overview of Credentialing, to get started.
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CACP requirements include work experience in the field of assessments and credentialing, course completion, and a practicum with Dr. Hale.
Certifications includes a mark (CACP) and badge.