Second, the credentialing organization must be prepared to address the findings of the job analysis. The job analysis might identify job tasks that are not currently in statute. The organization may have to prepare legislation to change statutes and licensure/certification policies.
Third, if the credentialing organization has adverse relations with its constituents, threre is the possibility that respondents who completed the job analysis survey questionnaire may not be representative of the profession. Thus, unless strategies are discussed to mitigate the situation, the best-planned efforts are doomed to fail if target population does not want to participate in interviews or focus groups, or complete the survey questionnaire.
Council on Legislature, Enforcement and Regulation