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 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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Click here for details of the 2015 e-vocational conference, Leeds on Thursday 19th Nov. 2015

The 2014 - 7th e-Vocational Conference

This the 7th e-vocational conference from Assessment Tomorrow comes at a key moment in the development of e-assessment in the wider vocational context. 

The response to the FELTAG report is clear –

    ……”We will work with Ofqual, Awarding organisations, employers and learners to identify sectors for which online assessment will be particularly suitable, and develop a programme to increase its use…….. It is quite plausible that in certain sectors we may be able to set targets higher than the 50% FELTAG has suggested”

    Government Response to the recommendations from the Further Education Learning Technology Action Group (FELTAG),  BIS, June 2014

The conference speakers developed their thinking on the Government’s response to FELTAG, looking at the key issues that will need to be addressed if the aspirations of the FELTAG report are to be realised.

As in previous conferences, an expert set of speakers discussed the issues and looked at their experiences delivering technology enabled qualifications in the vocational, technical and professional sphere. They examined the issues and attempted to predict how technology will develop over the next few years and, as importantly, its impact on assessment and on the management of the assessment process. This conference was an ideal opportunity to begin sharing the issues.

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Speakers Included
Patrick Craven, City and Guilds
Nigel Ecclesfield, Jisc
Tim Burnett, BTL
Fiona Hanson, Head of Quality and Performance, Burton and South Derbyshire College
Jonathan Wells, MD, Guroo
Nick Piper, Caspian Learning
Joe Wilson, SQA
Madeleine Jarvis, Senior Teaching and Learning Research Fellow at Manchester Metropolitan University Business School
Rob Arntsen, Chairman, MyKnowledgeMap
Denis Saunders, CEO and Founder, Calibrand
Rod Knox, CEO, Virtual College
Will Burrows, Head of Education Technology and Commercial Services, OCR 

TEL: 44-(0)-0113-2442000 
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Last Year: 2013 Conference

The previous e-Vocational conference took place in Birmingham on November 21st, 2013  before a packed audience of 80 delegates from Awarding Bodies, Agencies, Institutions, Publishers and Supplier.  learn more

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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 learn more

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