Is a Certification program right for you?
It is not enough to show that an individual or organization has acquired knowledge, there needs to be a deep understanding of its correct application in relation to every specific job skill and requirements.
Training usually supports employees acquiring new skills; development helps build upon employee aptitude and current performance. Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of your employees, and decide what type of training best suits them to perform their job tasks. Shedding light on development programs, will benefit employee and employer.
Ease of Flexibility
ICC works with you to create the program that is right for your organization and your members. In addition to Supervisory Certification, the ICC offers curriculum design assistance in areas that include:
Areas of Expertise
• Management • Leadership • Innovation • Analytics • Decision-Making • Risk Management • Emotional Intelligence • Government Contracting • Financial Services • Regulatory Reform • Construction Contracting • Labor & Employment • Environmental Law • International Contracting • Intellectual Property
Technical Guidance & Implementation
ICC provides low cost, short-term support including social networking, sponsoring, partnering, and diverse learning platforms.
• Live Seminars • On-Site Courses and Programs • Distance Learning • Webcasts • Books, Periodicals, and Newsletters • Audio, Video, DVD, and Other Formats.
CERTIFIED SUPERVISORY PRACTITIONER PROGRAM
WHY CONSIDER CERTIFICATION?
A certification program demonstrates that your members have reached or exceeded a set of standards and a level of competency in a certain field or discipline. It is important for members to achieve a designation of competency from an association that has developed the standards through the input of practitioners. Certification provides members with increased prestige and demonstrates to customers, clients, and peers that they may be distinguished from others.
ICC can develop a complete program for you or support your association’s efforts at a mutually agreeable level of participation. Associations enjoy the advantages of shared risk and a minimum level of obligations in working with ICC.
- Provide a new, value-added service for your members.
- Create a revenue stream for your association.
- Recognize and reward member accomplishments by establishing credentials for participating members.
- Enhance your members’ mentoring and career path programs.
- Involve your members in the design and development of the program requirements.
- Show members how to respond to marketplace changes through certification content.
- Improve your industry or profession by staying on top of critical industry issues.
- Demonstrate leadership by example up and down the supply chain.
- Analyze and apply the implications – for all industries – of the lessons learned in the recent collapse of the financial services industry.
- Reinforce and support ethics, integrity, and compliance initiatives for members.
- Earn recognition and demonstrate achievement through certification.
- Benefit from added credentials and a competitive advantage.
- Maintain and improve craft skills.
- Prepare for promotional opportunities.
- Plan for new assignments and new skills as your organization enters new and emerging fields.
- Keep up with organizational growth
- Get a big picture perspective of your industry, organization, and craft.
- Jump-start frugal innovation programs.
- Learn and apply the lessons.
Certification provides members with increased prestige and demonstrates to customers, clients, and peers that they may be distinguished from others.
Meet our Principals
Chief Executive Officer
Mike’s experience includes managing the creation and initial development of the first national trial advocacy certification program for civil and criminal trial practitioners in the U.S. He has designed and developed certificate programs for professionals of many disciplines in both the public and private sectors.
Director of Development
Mr. Nagrod has extensive experience in the creation, management and administration of certification programs and certificate programs. Among his clients have been the Army National Guard Bureau, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Veteran’s Administration and the World Bank.
Program & Curriculum Director
With over 25 years of experience in the field of professional development, consulting and training her background includes program design, curricula development, seminar and workshops facilitation, one-on-one coaching, and needs assessments and solutions. Her clients have included government agencies and private companies, both nationally and internationally.
Chief Information Officer
Mr. Jacobs is responsible for providing effective infrastructure for certification programs and educational technology. His experience includes creating and implementing Certification and Certificate Programs for Hewlett-Packard; Realty Direct; and the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
The ICC is an independent, objective third party organization dedicated to the development of credentialing programs.