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Association TRENDS Event:  Learnapalooza: Revolutionizing Association Learning 
Tuesday, October 16 to Thursday, October 18 in Washington, DC

 ICE’s Denise Roosendaal and Linda Anguish are presenting Creating the Right Credentialing Program for Your Organization and Learners.  This  2-3 day event features 11 summit sessions, networking opportunities and a deep-dive boot camp and qualifies for up to 14 CAE credit hours. A discount is available for ICE Members who work for non-profits or associations. Enter SPEAKER30 when registering.

Citizens Advocacy Center Annual Meeting 
Tuesday, October 16 to Wednesday, October 17 at the Washington Plaza Hotel in Washington, DC.

The agenda will cover subjects including team practice in ambulatory and inpatient settings, the leadership of teams, team-oriented continuing education, regulating team practice, and evaluating team outcomes. Invited speakers will represent a variety of healthcare professions, including medicine, nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy, optometry, social work, and others. Fo r more information visit the CAC website

ICE's Business of Certification Benchmarks

Thank you to all the organizations who participated in our Business of Certification Benchmarks survey during the data collection period. We encourage you to continue to utilize the benchmarking platform and help spread the word.

Professional Certification Coalition  

In recent months we have seen challenges to voluntary professional credentialing across the country. In order to proactively bring the association community together to combat this legislation, The American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) and ICE have formed the Professional Certification Coalition (PCC) with the assistance of the Pillsbury Law Firm. Any organization or company involved in professional certification is urged to learn more about the Professional Certification Coalition and to consider joining its efforts.

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