About the webinar
Stackable credentials are currently receiving a lot of attention due to their potential to support skill development and flexible learning paths. They align well with contemporary adult learning styles, allowing individuals to progress and evidence specific skill areas that are relevant to them, rather than having to work towards a single, more all-encompassing certification. We may consider them building blocks or milestones to indicate incremental career growth which eventually leads to a certification. These types of credentials can be an opportunity to grow an existing credentialing program and can be considered a more feasible option when developing a new program.
Joined by Kim Cohen from ISACA and Johnna Gueorguieva from the Dental Assisting National Board (DANB), Kate and Scott from PSI discuss the benefits and considerations when deciding whether to use stackable credentials. The presenters describe and share a decision-making framework that assists credential owners in deciding whether their program is right for a stackable credentials approach.
In this session the team shares:
Scott Hazlett, Vice President, Business Development PSI
Kate Kahoa, PhD, Psychometrician, PSI
Kim Cohen, Senior Director of Credentialing at ISACA
Johnna Gueorguieva, PhD, Chief Credentialing and Research Officer, Dental Assisting National Board