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Assessment Tomorrow & UKT&I
Innovation and e-Assessment Seminar
Mumbai, India

Thursday 13th January 2011 at The Mirage Mumbai

Attendance was by invitation only (brochure)

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To showcase how innovatory technologies can enhance and extend skills development, learning and the assessment process.

Technology is making a major impact on the ways that learning and assessment is delivered in the 21st century. Mobile learning and assessment is providing the opportunity to exploit the latest telecoms. The take up of e-Assessment is increasing world-wide and is defined as the use of technology to measure skills, knowledge and understanding. Within education (from the school room to the workplace), trainers, government agencies and assessment providers are actively engaged in using technology based learning and development solutions that enable them to provide reliable, flexible education and assessment for learners, students and employees. These seminars examine the leading edge of these developments and how they apply to the complete working and learning pyramid

Download brochure here or contact jeff@assessmenttomorrow.com

International Airport Approach Road
 Marol, Andheri (E),
 Mumbai – 400 059

Speakers included

Mr Visty Banaji, Chief Executive Officer at Banner Global Consulting

Jeff Glekin, Deputy Head of Mission & First Secretary Financial/Economic, British Deputy High Commission

Sudhir Ghodke, Director - Educational Initiatives

R. Dhirendra, MD, Eduquity

Bill Malcolm, International Director, LSN

Jeff Ross, Assessment Tomorrow (UK)

Prof. Krishnendu Sarkar, De Bono Education (The FyneCube Project)

Mick Todd, 2b limitless

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These 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?
  • What are the innovatory approaches to Skills Development offered by 21st Century technologies?
  • How can the technology assist to recognize and develop the right talent?
  • Who will we derive the maximum benefit from the new technologies of skills assessment and development?
  • When 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 Address  Mr Visty Banaji, Chief Executive Officer at Banner Global Consulting
    and address from Jeff Glekin, Deputy Head of Mission & First Secretary Financial/Economic, British Deputy High Commission
  • 10.15 Innovation for skills development, e-Assessment Tools and Techniques – Jeff Ross, Assessment Tomorrow
  • 10.40 How learning can utilise the latest technologies  and techniques – Keith KIlpatrick, LSN
  • 11.05 Tea/coffee break
  • 11.15 Developing Innovatory, Robust and Valid Skills Assessment
    • Skills Needs Analysis in Industry and Education – R. Dhirendra, MD, Eduquity
    • Problems Solving and Creative Thinking – Prof. Krishnendu Sarkar, De Bono Education (The FyneCube Project)
    • Computer Based Adaptive Self-Learning and Assessment Programmes,.Sudhir Ghodke, Director - Educational Initiatives
    • Skills Development & Enhancement Programme – Mick Todd 2b limitless
    • Utilizing mobile technology – a case study – Jeff Ross
  • Questions and Answers and open debate around key issues in e-Assessment lead by Assessment Tomorrow and the speakers
  • 13:15 Lunch and Networking
  • 14:00 Closure

Attendance was by invitation only, to contact the organisers about attendance, other speaking and sponsorship opportunities

Speaker Profiles

Mr Visty Banaji, Chief Executive Officer at Banner Global Consulting,

  • A business-focused HR leader with international exposure to leadership roles in India and Europe.
  • Reputation for innovating new HR solutions to business needs and delivering on hard implementation targets in terms of time, cost and quality.
  • Experience in leading diverse, multicultural and international teams in high-pressure situations.
  • Mature perspective from having personally managed HR roles at factory / unit, country, corporate, group and multinational headquarters. Successfully adjusted to organizational demands of large Indian Business House, European Multinational and Family Managed Business.
  • Delivered results in virtually every HR domain ranging from traditional roles in recruitment and compensation through newer areas like building assessment centres and organization assessment surveys and going on to global assignments for reengineering HR process and managing a complex multi-million dollar project for implementing an HR Management System.
  • Deep understanding of HR demands and people practices in a variety of industry verticals including Consumer products, Engineering, Automobiles, Chemicals, Services, Business Process Outsourcing, Pharmaceuticals and Agricultural inputs.
  • Continuing interest in learning and an eagerness to take on complex and conceptually challenging tasks.

Keith Kilpatrick, Assistant Director, LSN. Keith Kilpatrick is currently an Assistant Director with LSN leading the organisation’s Technology Enabled Learning offer. This offer includes the MoLeNET project, the UK’s largest and most diverse implementation of mobile learning. Keith has worked in the FHE sector for several years, working on projects including the Northern Ireland FHE sector’s network infrastructure and learning delivery platform development. Keith has also worked with Cisco Systems and Microsoft setting up academic partnerships in order to promote industry standard training in colleges. Keith maintains a keen interest in progressing blended learning delivery models from both a technical and pedagogical perspective.

Sudhir Ghodke, Director, Educational Initiatives, India, Sudhir worked with Tata Engineering and ITW Signode (Illinios Tool Works) before he joined a team to start and run an innovative school project in Ahmedabad under the aegis of Eklavya Education Foundation. At Eklavya, he focused on curriculum development, architectural design and facilities planning, parenting workshops and writing articles.. As a Director at Educational Initiatives, he is taking charge of bringing the assessment services out to schools and ensuring that the services make the desired impact of helping students learn with understanding.

Mr. Jeff Ross, Director, Assessment Tomorrow, UK, Jeff Ross is an Independent Prince II project manager and consultant supporting clients managing the development and introduction of IT systems to meet educational, business and administrative needs. His fields of expertise include e-Assessment, e-learning and the use of IT and internet technologies in the education, training and human development fields.Previously he was a senior manager with a major UK awarding body, where he was responsible for change management programmes associated with the introduction of ICT solutions to the delivery of education services and qualifications. His background is in IT, education, publishing, logistics and business operations. Jeff has worked extensively in the UK, India and on international projects over the last few years on programmes and projects from Skills Development to international conference management.

Prof. Krishnendu Sarkar, De Bono Education (The FyneCube Project). Krishnendu is involved with the development of his FyneCube framework that would best complement the tools and techniques of Dr Edward de bono for the sustainable development of self, enterprise and society. He is also working on a novel concept for twinning the assessment with corrective learning services under his proposed terminology of AssessmendTM. He had been associated with Research & Development in Informatics, Steel Industry and Social Development prior to his present stint with value-education design and development.

Mick Todd, 2b limitless. Mick graduated from Central Queensland University and had been a professional rugby player and coach prior to becoming a Professional Leadership and Success Coach. He has been coaching and developing leaders around the world for the last thirteen years in Australia, Ireland, England, Papua New Guinea, the U.A.E. and now India. His focus is developing the rituals of great leadership through the use of cutting edge technology such as NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) in order to empower individuals and organisations to achieve their outcomes. He and his partner Phil Munro operate their company 2blimitless from Dubai.

R Dhirendra, CEO, Eduquity. R Dhirendra, Chief Executive Officer, has over 25 years of multi-functional experience in various managerial capacities. In his role as CEO, Eduquity, he lends his efforts towards ingraining the organization's vision and strategy in its people and making strategic decisions towards the achievement of the same. On completing the Master's programme in Business Administration, Mr Dhirendra founded Renaissance Advertising. Here, he applied to good effect his forte in strategic planning and business development to transform the organization into a leading accredited advertising agency in Bangalore.. Mr Dhirendra's experience in the software industry spans over a decade. He co-founded Ampersand Software, the first software company to be started under the Software Technology Park scheme.. He has served as National President of the Round Table, India. In this capacity, Mr Dhirendra has championed several social causes in the field of education. Among others, this includes a national level initiative to build schools for the underprivileged and the commitment to harness resources to educate a million students within the next five years.. His purpose as CEO, Eduquity, is to help organizations realise their true potential by assessing and optimizing their talent pool. He believes, "It is only through rigorous assessment that quality manpower can be developed. Eduquity endeavours to offer a single continuum that will help organizations achieve this goal."


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A series of invitation only Seminars on e-Assessment and other innovatory developments in Learning, Assessment  and Skills Development

We are grateful to the vision and support of  the UK Trade and Investment Teams in South Asia, South-east Asia,  the Middle East ,and in the UK

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PRESS COVERAGE of Assessment Tomorrow Seminars
Deccan Herald article on e-Assessment by Conference Director Jeff Ross
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