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Assessment Tomorrow
 7th e-Vocational Conference 2014

‘Responding to FELTAG - Technology and the future Requirements for Assessment and Qualifications’
19th November 2014 at the Hilton City Centre, Leeds

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This, the 2014 e-vocational conference from Assessment Tomorrow, is the next in a series of a one day conferences that focus on the

tools, techniques, technology and assessment used in

the management, planning, organisation and quality control of

vocational, technical  and professional qualifications.

The conference examines two conflicting landscapes.

    Firstly the pressures on education and training in the current financial and economic environment.

    Secondly the rapidly changing technological environment and political/strategic pressure to bring more technology to the assessment and qualification process (see recent UK Skills Minister Hancock announcement)

The conference examines how the latest tools and  technology can support and enhance vocational qualifications and how we can maximise the benefits and minimise the risks and costs of using e-Assessment

This years event returns to Leeds following previous conferences in Birmingham, , London  and Manchester.

With an audience from awarding organisations, professional bodies, FE, HE, education bodies, training providers and suppliers this will be great opportunity to discuss latest developments and share best practice and experience.

As before an expert set of speakers  will talk about the issues and their experiences delivering technology enabled qualifications in the vocational, technical and professional sphere.

Goals, Ambitions and Objectives of the Conference .

  • To discuss how to manage the technology,  tools and techniques required by the education, training and corporate sectors and identify which technology can provide this and be fit for purpose and cost effective.
  • To raise awareness of the importance of e-Assessment in all its forms of formative assessment from electronic testing to e-portfolio management
  • To bring together strategists, policy makers, practitioners and key decision makers at one event for an exchange of ideas and to review lessons learnt and opportunities taken.
  • To provide a forum for developing the debate on the selection and use of e-Assessment in support of formative assessment, personal learning planning and the Assessment  for Learning ideals.


  • Experts and suppliers
  • Users and practitioners
  • Strategists and Planners
  • International and UK based suppliers
  • Academic and Vocational environment

The Scope

  • Formal, high stakes educational qualifications
  • Professional qualifications
  • Vocational qualifications
  • Learning and professional development in the workplace
  • The infrastructure supporting the development and delivery of e-learning and e-Assessment.
  • Content development, assessment delivery, qualification support and automation.
  • Portfolios, projects and testing


  • A series of presentations by leading experts on key topics
  • The invaluable experiences and knowledge of practitioners and users.
  • An informal exhibition and demonstration of products
  • An active Question/ Answer discussion panel approach
  • Active networking
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