Volunteer

Certification and Certificate Programs Volunteer Types

 

Test Development Committee 

Responsible for the development of a certification test, these committees are composed of seven members including the chair. These committees are balanced with regard to areas of expertise, educational background, nursing roles, practice settings, geographic location and years of experience. Minorities (including male nurses) are encouraged to apply. Members of the committee meet one to three times a year for either item writing or form review.

ILNA
Committees

Responsible for the development of the Individual Learning Needs Assessments, these committees are composed of five members including the chair. These committees are balanced with regard to areas of expertise, educational background, nursing roles, practice settings, geographic location and years of experience. Minorities (including male nurses) are encouraged to apply. Members of the committee meet one to two times a year for either item writing or form review.

Role Delineation Study Task Force

> RDS Task Force, Pilot Testing, and Test Specifications Task Force:

Members assist in the development of new test specifications for each credential. These committees are composed of varying numbers of members and are balanced with regard to areas of expertise, educational background, nursing roles, practice settings, geographic location and years of experience. Minorities (including male nurses) are encouraged to apply. Members of each committee meet one to three times in the course of the Role Delineation process.

Standard Setting Task Force                

Members participate in the activities that help set a test's passing score. The committee is composed of 12 members and are balanced with regard to areas of expertise, educational background, nursing roles, practice settings, geographic location and years of experience. Minorities (including male nurses) are encouraged to apply. Members of the committee meet once in the course of the Standard Setting process.

All Subject Matter Experts must be active as oncology nurses with an ONCC certification; able and willing to travel, follow guidelines and be trained in exam development techniques. SMEs must not be associated with any test preparatory organization or activity.