Objective: To showcase how e-Assessment, the use of IT to measure skills, knowledge and understanding, can support learning and skills development and provide a robust and reliable method for measuring and developing the talent pool.
These two Seminars will address the following questions
- How to bridge the skills gap and cope with the increasing numbers and the demands of industry, customers and the economy?
- How can the technology assist to recognize and develop the right talent?
- How will we derive the maximum benefit from the new technologies of skills assessment and development?
- How can the technology provide reliable and cost effective measurements of skills and competencies?
- How can assessment and technology support learning, training and professional development?
09:00 Registration and welcome
10:00 Inauguration/Opening Addresses by
Mr Vineet Joshi (IAS), Chairman, Secretary and Chief Vigilance Officer, CBSE
Shri Savitur Prasad, IT Secretary, Dept of IT, New Delhi
Address by Jane Sanders, Deputy Head-UK Trade & Investment-India
10.10 e-Assessment Tools and Techniques – Jeff Ross, Assessment Tomorrow
10.35 Making learning work – Bill Malcolm, International Director, LSN
11.05 Tea/coffee break
11.15 Developing Robust and Valid Skills Assessment
Bridging the Skills Gap for the Service Desk Industry – Kiran Shetty, SDI Delhi
Skills Needs Analysis in Industry and Education – R. Dhirendra, MD, Eduquity
Employability Skills Indexing – Jeff Ross, Assessment Tomorrow and Prof. Krishnendu Sarkar, NSHM Knowledge Campus
12.55 Questions and Answers and open debate around key issues in e-Assessment lead by Assessment Tomorrow
13:15 Lunch and Networking
Attendance is by invitation only, to contact the organisers CLICK HERE