BRPT Credentialing Coordinator Earns ICE Credentialing Specialist Certification

Congratulations to Cherise Lee, BRPT’s Credentialing Coordinator, on earning the Institute For Credentialing Excellence (ICE) Credentialing Specialist Certification.

As certification is a profession that requires its own unique competencies, this assessment-based Certificate Program for the Credentialing Specialist identifies the tasks required of a certification professional and the skills and knowledge needed to practice.

According to Cherise, “I wanted to complete the credentialing specialist certification for career development and advancement. The course not only reinforced the fundamentals of certification, but also helped me acquire new skills. I’m excited to put these skills to use and to ultimately better serve our credential holders and the BRPT.”

The course includes a wide range of topics including, accreditation standards, program operational management, psychometrics, exam development, legal issues and more.

In her role as the BRPT’s Credentialing Coordinator, Cherise wears many hats. From receiving and processing exam applications for the RPSGT, CCSH and CPSGT exams, to serving as the primary credential holder customer service representative, to reviewing and processing ADA-special accommodations requests for test takers, Cherise is well-versed in all aspects of our program.

About The Institute For Credentialing Excellence

ICE is a professional membership association that provides education, networking, and other resources for organizations and individuals who work in and serve the credentialing industry. ICE is a leading developer of standards for both certification and certificate programs and it is both a provider of, and a clearing house for, information on trends in certification, test development and delivery, assessment-based certificate programs, and other information relevant to the credentialing community.

2024 CCSH Pathway 3 Education Grant: CALL FOR APPLICATIONS BRPT Announces Winner of the Jomo Martin Nkunika Memorial Scholarship The BRPT Announces Changes To The Clinical Experience Component of RPSGT Exam Eligibility For Pathways 1, 2, 4 and 5