Assessment Tomorrow Thurs. 19th November 2015 at the Hilton City Centre, Leeds
This the 8th e-vocational conference from Assessment Tomorrow came at a pivotal moment for FE and vocational bodies. It was well received by delegates, exghibitors and speakers alike
The pace at which the skills sector in general is adopting technology for assessment as well as teaching and learning is rapidly increasing. The FELTAG report has helped as has the constant drive for efficiency as the sector gears up for the next 5 years. New approaches to qualifications and the apprenticeship agenda are also playing their part.
The impact on awarding organisations, sector organisations, colleges, training providers and professional bodies will be profound and potentially far reaching.
The conference took ’Technology in Support of the Skills Agenda’ as its focus and looked at how technology will need to deliver benefits for the learner, provider, sector and awarding organisation.
The conference speakers developed the themes of
how the emerging agenda is effecting learners, providers and Awarding Bodies,
the ways in which the current landscape of technology enabled learning and assessment is changing how vocational qualifications are designed, delivered, used and perceived,
and how in the current environment the full benefits of the technology (in the educational, operational and financial sense) can be balanced against the risk and investment required.
As in previous conferences, an expert set of speakers discussed the issues and looked from their experiences at delivering technology enabled qualifications in the vocational, technical and professional sphere. They examined the issues around how technology influences, enables and moulds the assessment and hence learning process. This conference proved an ideal opportunity to begin sharing and understanding the implications of these issues.
2015, 8th e-Vocational Conference
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A half day seminar exploring the use of technology to support, enhance and manage assessment and learning within Apprenticeship training and qualifications. Seminar for providers, assessment bodies, managers, employers, HR, and technology suppliers.
Hilton Central Leeds, Thursday, 17th November 2016
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ACT (Association of Corporate Treasurers)
BTL Learning and Assessment
City and Guilds
College Development Network
Norwich City College
The conference was chaired by Dr Bob Gomersall,
Chairman BTL Group and Virtual College.
The speakers examined the management, control, and organisation required for the effective use of e-Assessment and e-Learning, and related technologies and techniques in Technical, Vocational and Professional Education, Training and Qualifications in the context of the current skills reviews and the post FELTAG world
HILTON LEEDS CITY, NEVILLE STREET,
LEEDS LS1 4BX
A drop box link to all the conference presentations has been sent to all delegates. If you have not received your link please email firstname.lastname@example.org and one will be re-sent.
11th Nov 2015 NEWS
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6th Nov 2015 NEWS
Natalie Eggins, Education Business Process Manager , ACT (Association of Corporate Treasurers) joins list of speakers
29th Oct 2015 NEWS:
David Crosbie, CCEA, added to list of speakers, presenting on Northern Ireland Case Study
23rd Oct 2015 NEWS:
Welcome Tim Winfield, Calibrand
and the Association of Corporate Treasurers to the speaker list for the conference
20th Oct 2015 NEWS:
Welcome Cirrus Assessment our latest
About Assessment Tomorrow
Assessment Tomorrow has been working in the field of e-Assessment and e-Learning since its formation in 2003. It manages, hosts and organises conferences, seminars, webinars, workshops and training events in the field of computer based assessment and learning. It also acts as an advisor and project manager to private and public sector organisations who are selecting, developing or implementing e-Assessment or e-learning solutions