The CVPM program is accredited by the Institute for Credentialing Excellence.
Who is NCCA?
The National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) is the accreditation body of the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE). The NCCA’s mission is to ensure the health, welfare and safety of the public through the accreditation of a variety of certification programs that assess professional competency. NCCA accreditation demonstrates to certificants, employees, peer organizations and government agencies that your program meets benchmark standards in certification accreditation.
What does this NCCA accreditation mean?
Certification programs that qualify for this accreditation have met the stringent standards of certification psychometric science and have the policy and procedures in place to insure high standards of security, confidentiality, examination procedure, and fairness.
To earn accreditation, the CVPM program underwent intensive review demonstrating compliance with the strict standards set by NCCA for verifying professional competency. This evaluation included every aspect of the CVPM certification program, including: administrative procedures, job analysis, test development, test security, standard setting, eligibility criteria, board responsibilities, ongoing review of all policies and procedures, and verification of reliability and validity of the credential.
NCCA accreditation enhances the reputation of the CVPM program and demonstrates due diligence if the program is challenged legally.
NCCA accreditation places CVPM among the highest ranked certifying agencies in the country.