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The Association?s Pursuit for Relevance: What Role Do Certifications, Certificates and Micro-Credentials Play?

Blue Sky eLearn

To answer these questions, I would like to focus on the structures that often guide the educational products provided by associations and how these structures can be used to illuminate three key needs of your constituents, which they seek to find when they examine your value proposition. I will leave that to the professionals.

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What is CAE Certification for Association Professionals?


In a snapshot, the purpose of the CAE certification is to : establish the body of knowledge; assess the level of knowledge ; encourage professional growth; formally recognize individuals who meet the requirements ; and. Programs, Products, and Services. The benefits of CAE certification include: Individual. serve the public.


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5 Tips for Implementing an LMS to Increase Productivity

Higher Logic

It’s vital for industry professionals to stay up-to-date on their learning, whether that’s renewing certifications or diving into the latest innovations in their industries. It’s vital to provide content that’s truly engaging to increase members’ productivity with continuing education programs. Competition and Gamification Elements.

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A Futurist’s View: On The Amazon Of Certifications

Association Success

Associations are stronger together, how can they collaborate to create a place to develop, provide, and update certifications? What if that competitor also had a simple way to sell valuable certifications “in bulk” to your member’s employers? Certifications have long been the domain of associations. It’s that simple.

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Three Ways Your Association Can Build and Strengthen a Certification Program


When it comes to credentialing and certification programs, there are many advantages awarded to both the association and the professionals who pursue them. Here are a few things your association can do to build and maintain a strong certification program. Be strategic about cost, content, and governance.

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Association Brain Food: 2.2.24

Reid All About it

I’m happy to feature it as long as it’s not too product-centric. Host: iMIS by ASI Speakers: Kristina Drosos, Director of Client Experience; Andrea Robertson, Director of Product Management; and Michael Weatherton, Software Architect, iMIS by ASI Tue 2/6 at 12 p.m. 1 CAE credit. More info/register. 1 CAE credit. . More info/register.

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A Case for Going Global with Certifications

Associations Now

The National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors launched a new certification with an aim to increase global exposure to the new designation, the profession, and the association. Taking the leap to launch an association certification abroad can seem daunting, but it might be just the way to achieve your strategic goals.