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Retail’s Promising Future

Castle is proud of its more than decade-long partnership with the NRF Foundation as its training and testing partner. Recently, Ellen Davis, SVP, Research and Strategic Initiatives and Executive Director at the NRF Foundation, wrote an article with a short video clip from the 2018 NRF Foundation Gala regarding the RISE Up program and the…

Credentialing and Why It Is Important

The concept of credentialing has been around for a very long time. In fact, some reports show that physicians were involved with credentialing processes Persia around 1000 BC. Credentialing is the process of assessing the competency and qualifications of a person within a particular field or subject matter area. Certification and licensure testing services are...

Important Questions to Ask in Regard to Proctoring Services

Technology is moving faster than ever, resulting in a wide array, and at times a dizzying amount, of technology choices. When it comes to proctoring services, Castle has been an industry leader for many years. It’s important to ask the right questions when deciding on a proctoring services vendor. Here are some important ones to...

Increased Professional Credibility through Learning

The Challenge An association that promotes operational excellence in the field of senior living approached Castle after hearing requests for training from their membership. The client’s members reported that while they provided organization-specific training to new senior living sales counselors, these new employees could also benefit from receiving instruction in the key foundational competencies of…

Job Analysis, Beyond the Basics

Dr. Sarah Carroll, Castle Senior Psychometrician, has authored an article on job analysis in the ICE Digest Q4 edition. A well-conducted job analysis study allows a credentialing program to confidently assert that the content of their examination aligns with the necessary knowledge, skills, or competencies required of a job. To read the full article, please click here.