With the ever changing face of vocational education and training, the next five years or more will prove a challenge, yet again, to Awarding Organisation and providers alike.
Both the rise of apprenticeships and the advent of T-Levels will alter the vocational landscape in a way not yet predictable.
As always this will provide both opportunities and challenges
While these disruptive elements to the system are occurring, advances in technology will also alter the way AO, providers and others approach assessment, both formal and informal.
The trend towards more independent, end-point assessment increases the need for formative assessment to confirm learning and prepare learners to achieve their potential.
The ability of technology to manage formative assessment, provide fast results and feedback and create valuable data for to support learning, will, inevitably, increase its use.
This event looks at both the current technology landscape in vocational e-assessment and the trends and new opportunities that could support the changes in vocational qualifications and assessment.
A wide range of experienced speakers from across all parts of the sector
will present their view of where the technology might take us and how we should go about making the best use of the technology available.
Recent developments in the use of technology in vocational qualifications.
The landscape and issues facing awarding organisations
Assessment in Apprenticeships and how technology is the key
The next big ideas from remote proctoring to the value of badges
Large scale technology implementations in vocational qualifications
£250 plus VAT
£225 plus VAT for FAB Members
HILTON LEEDS CITY
LEEDS LS1 4BX
A series of presentations by leading experts on key topics
The invaluable experiences and knowledge of practitioners and users
A small, informal exhibition in support of the seminar and demonstration of products
An active Q&A discussion panel approach
0830 – 0930 Registration
0930 Opening Remarks – Chair
0940 Setting the scene – the issues
Opening Keynote - AELP – Mark Dawe, Chief Executive AELP
Technology and the Changing Vocational Qualifications Scene – John Winkley, AlphaPlus Consultancy
1100 Assessment in apprenticeships – how technology is key
Developing a digital EPA for the industry – Geoff Chapman, eCom Scotland
Supporting Maths and English GCSE and Functional Skills - Jonathan Wells, Forskills
Supporting technology in apprenticeship programmes – Martyn Roads, Jisc Consultant
Can technology help make your trailblazer investment break even? (at least!) Denis Saunders, CEO and Founder, Calibrand the currency for talent
Blended apprenticeship programmes - Jaison Cresswell, Virtual College
1345 The next big ideas
The value of badges combined with rich evidence – Rob Arntsen, Myknowledgemap
The possibilities of remote proctoring/invigilation – Daniel Haven, ProctorExam
1430 Provider delivery – large scale technology implementations in qualifications
(Tea available during this session)
Cirrus Assessment - Jeremy Carter
‘Scalable formative assessment as part of modern apprenticeship and vocational qualification delivery’ Matt Wingfield, Digital Assess
BTL – Tim Burnett
1600 Closing Keynote -
Federation of Awarding Bodies – Stephen Wright, Chief Executive, FAB
1630 Conference closes
Mark Dawe, Chief Executive, AELP
Stephen Wright, Chief Executive, Federation of Awarding Bodies
other speakers include
· AlphaPlus Consultancy
· e-Com Scotland
· Joint Industry Board for the
Electrical Contracting Industry
· Cirrus Assessment
· Digital Assess
· Virtual College
· For Skills
Chair for the day: Mike Dawe, Consultant and former MD, City and Guilds International
The take up of e-Assessment is increasing world-wide. Educators, trainers, Government Agencies and test providers are actively engaged in developing technology based assessment solutions that enable them to provide robust, reliable, flexible assessment for students and employees.
Assessment Tomorrow is one of the leading international organisers of conferences and seminars in e-Assessment. Drawing on expertise from the UK, Europe and worldwide, it organises conferences and seminars aimed at providing policy makers, assessment developers and people implementing e-Assessment in schools, colleges and training providers with the opportunity to debate the issues and find out about the latest developments.
To date, conferences have been run in London, Leeds, Edinburgh, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow, Dublin, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Bangalore, Singapore, Chile, Dubai, and across India. Each event has its own theme, aimed at a particular aspect of the market or the development needs of the region. These have been spear-headed by the international e-Assessment Question run each year in London since 2003.
The conferences provide opportunities for e-Assessment and Learning Technology organisations to sponsor and exhibit as well as provide speakers with the opportunity to present to audiences which include key purchasers and users of assessment systems.
Assessment Tomorrow will also tailor and design seminars for individual companies or organisations such as Government agencies.
Be it a series of breakfast meetings or a one day seminar, Assessment Tomorrow will organise, promote and manage events aimed at particular groups of clients or for the launch of new products and services.
For this conference we are supported by and working in association with:
Federation of Awarding Bodies
The trade association for technical and professional awarding organisations.
Providing information, advice and guidance to over 135 members,
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18th May 2017, Hilton City Centre, Leeds
A one day conference exploring the use of technology to support, enhance and manage assessment and qualifications and their impact on, and implications for, Assessment Organisations, professional bodies, learners, providers and the vocational sector.
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Capacity is limited. Registrations will be handled on a first-come, first-served basis. Registrants should obtain confirmation from the Organisers before committing to other travel arrangements. Travel and Accommodation costs are not included in the conference registration fee. Attendees are responsible for making their own lodging arrangements. Details of hotels and directions are available from the Organisers. The Organisers cannot be responsible for your Spam filters blocking your confirmation e-mail. Please be sure your Spam filters will allow mail from the Organisers or their agents ( , ). Conference registrations will not be confirmed until the completed form and payment is received and processed by the Organisers. Registration at the venue, on the day, will be accepted with a payment by cheque in GB Sterling made payable to Assessment Tomorrow,
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