CAE Update from ASAE

CAE The 2019-20 CAE Commission Chair Donte P. Shannon, CAE shared 2020 updates on the CAE application and renewal process. Updates include:

  • Ethics Requirement upon Renewal
    Starting in 2020, anyone renewing their CAE will be required to fulfill one of their 40 credits with an ethics-focused credit. This credit is included in the 40 required every three years. You will not need an additional credit to renew. Education that meets CAE credit criteria and has “ethics” in the title or official description will count towards the requirement.

  • Online Application and Renewal
    The CAE exam and renewal applications are now available online. We continue to collect feedback on how ASAE can leverage technology to make the CAE application process more convenient for those interested in obtaining the CAE credential.

  • Digital CAE Recognition
    In July 2019, ASAE launched a new digital means of sharing your CAE credential. Email notifications were sent to all current CAE’s from ASAE’s digital badging collaborator, Credly, via their Acclaim platform. If you have any questions about the digital recognition, please do not hesitate to contact CAE staff at [email protected]

  • New CAE Exam Outline
    In November 2019, the CAE Commission approved the practice analysis results and the new CAE exam content outline. The new exam content outline will first be used for the December 2020 exam, and will be publicly available in March.

  • Modernizing the CAE Credential - Computer based exams
    The Commission is planning to transition the CAE exam from a paper format to a computer-based format. ASAE staff are carefully analyzing the cost/benefit and cultural implications of making this shift. The Commission believes this transition increases accessibility to the exam, tightens test security, and processes test-taker data more quickly. We anticipate switching to a computer-based format for the May 2020 exam. However, this does not mean that test results will be delivered immediately. The post-exam process will not change.

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