What’s CHES/MCHES got to do with it? Distinguishing a Quality Certification Pgrm from a Cert
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What?s CHES/MCHES got to do with it? How to Distinguish a Quality Certification Program from a Certificate Program – 01205
The purpose of the webinar will be to discuss key differences between quality certifications and certificate programs. To do this presenters will engage in a discussion surrounding the importance of NCCA accreditation the differences between a quality certification program vs. assessment-based certificate program the Health Education Specialist Practice Analysis and other certification related topics.
As a result of participating in this webinar individuals will be better able to:
- Distinguish the key differences between a quality certification program vs. assessment-based certificate program
- Recognize the importance of NCCA accreditation for certification programs
- Understand the significance of the Health Education Specialist Practice Analysis
- Identify the role of the certification body NCHEC
- NCHEC ID 10945
- Evals 1
- Duration 1 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Yes
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