By joining the ITCC, you will be part of a community of the most respected companies in the IT certification industry.
As a member, you can:
In an open format with industry leaders to explore new ways of doing business that inspire and support innovation.
In industry efforts to increase education on the value of certifications.
Task forces working on specific initiatives to benefit the certification industry.
Exclusive, members-only white papers, resources, best practices, and council-funded survey results.
In monthly online member meetings and bi-annual in-person networking member events.
Access to IT certification industry leaders with an all-inclusive, innovative mindset and sharing best practices through:
- Monthly open sessions
- Task Force involvement
- Bi-annual in-person meetings
- Virtual discussion forums
Meet and connect with an ecosystem of industry leaders from IT organizations and exam suppliers virtually and in-person.
- Monthly education sessions
- Library of recorded educational sessions
- Collection of white papers created by members, for members
- Case studies
- Research projects
- Establish best practices
- Task force projects & research
- Industry best practices developed and shared
- Promote awareness and value of certification through legislative support
- Participation in leading industry associations:
- Professional Certification Coalition (PCC)
- Association of Test Publishers (ATP)
- Company logo on ITCC website
- Recognition in white papers
- Member accomplishments highlighted
- Members highlighted on blog posts
- Annual ITCC Innovation Award
The heart of the organization is the Task Forces that work on specific initiatives to benefit the certification industry:
- Securing Certifications – Works with members and IT certification organizations to protect their certification programs through the creation of best practices documents, white papers, and sharing case studies on test security practices.
- SPARC- SPeed, Agility, Rapid Change – Collaborates on best practices to address the issues created by agile development practices of products/solutions and how those impact the exam/certification lifecycle.
- Digital Credentialing – Focuses on areas of best practices around developing a badging program, creating badges, and building standards.
- Marketing – Creates awareness and preference for technical certifications by IT professionals, the partner organizations they work for, and the customers they serve.
- Career Pathways – Attempting to standardize the complex certification paths along topic area and job role by developing a visual representation of the IT certification industry.
Recently completed projects by our Task Forces include:
- The Value of IT Certification White Paper
- The Certification Journey White Paper
- Considerations for Agile Development White Paper
- ITCC COVID-19 Impact Consideration