This series of modules outlines the role of Interviewers in the NACC Certification process.
Note that the modules are intended to be viewed in the order in which they were presented.
Module I – Welcome and Introductions
Welcome to the NACC Certification Interviewer Education Modules.
Module II – Requirements to Serve as an Interviewer
This module outlines the Role of the Interviewer in the NACC Certification
Example Resource ITE and Interviewer Covenant
Module III – Two Formats
This module outlines the two ways in which an Applicant may engage in an
Module IV – Key Players
This module explains the different roles that are involved in the Certification Process.
Module V – Writing the PRPI
The Presenter’s Report Part I (PRPI) is the first document that every Interview Team writes.
Example of PRPI BCC
Module VI – Conducting the Interview
This module discusses the purpose and structure of the Certification Interview.
Example Roles for Virtual Interviews
Special Webinar on Implicit Biases and Inclusion
Dr. Sheri Bartlett Browne BCC discusses ways implicit bias can affect the Certification Process.
Implicit Association Test: Take a Test (harvard.edu)
Module VII – Writing the PRPII
The Presenter’s Report Part II (PRPII) is the form
Example PRPII Recommended
Interview Team Educators (ITEs)
Mr. Thomas J. Chirdo BCC (Lead ITE)
Mr. Alex Chamtcheu BCC
Mrs. Eve Kelly Corcoran BCC
Sr. Pamela J. Nosbusch OSF, BCC
Ms. Teresa R. Sullivan BCC
Previous Certification Applicants
Rev. Alexander U. Agbata BCC
Nannette O. Coons BCC
Michael C. Onuoha BCC
NACC Office Staff
Phil Paradowski, IT/Admin and Web Specialist
Carolanne B. Hauck BCC, NACC Board Chairperson
Susan S. Liguori BCC, Commissioner
Sean Doll O’Mahoney BCC, Commission Chairperson
Sedona T. Montelongo BCC-PCHAC, Co-Chairperson
Special Thanks to Dr. Sheri Bartlett Browne BCC for her work on Implicit Bias in the process of Certification.
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