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Assessment Tomorrow and TVET UK Innovative Skills Development and Assessment Seminar
Thursday 2nd February 2012 at Vivanta by TAJ- Blue Diamond, 11, Koregaon Road, Pune 411 001 Maharashtra, India
Attendance is by Invitation only and the seminar is supported by UKT&I

‘Bridging the Skills Gap: How innovatory technologies enhance skills development, learning and assessment’.

Pune
Thursday 2nd February 2012
at Vivanta by TAJ- Blue Diamond, 11, Koregaon Road, Pune 411 001 Maharashtra, India
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In the context of the Skills Gap between employer expectation and employee performance Technology and the accelerating pace of change is having a major impact on how learning and assessment is delivered in the 21st century. Mobile learning and assessment is providing the opportunity to exploit the latest telecoms and increasing worldwide is the take up of e-Assessment (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, training 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, and how the skills gap can be approached and overcome.

This latest seminar in a UKT&I supported series of Assessment Tomorrow Seminars  addressed the following questions

    How to bridge the skills gap and cope with the increasing numbers and the demands of industry, educators and the economy?
    What are the innovatory approaches to Skills Development offered by 21st Century technologies?
    How can the technology assist to recognise and develop the right talent?
    Who will 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?

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Programme

09.00 Registration and welcome by Chair, Jeff Ross, Director, Assessment Tomorrow (UK and India)

10.00 Inauguration/Opening Address, Opening Address from NSDC and response from Suhasini Kirloskar, Director British Trade Office, Pune, UK Trade & Investment

10.20 Drivers for Skills Development in India, Ms. Veena Kamath,  General Manager, MKCL

10:45     Aligning school education to higher learning and employability opportunities for all, Lawrence Fray and Dr Tejwant Singh Chhatwal,
www.minskillfoundation.com

11.05 Tea/coffee break

11.20 Developing Innovatory, Robust and Valid Skills Assessment
Skills Needs Analysis in Industry and Education – R. Dhirendra, MD, Eduquity
Problems Solving/Creative Thinking – Prof. Krishnendu Sarkar, De Bono Education (The FyneCube Project) and Mayank Jaiswal, Edutech
Computer Based Adaptive Self-Learning & Assessment Programmes, Mr Vinay Chousalkar,  Educational Initiatives
Developing Innovative Assessments, Murray Silver, International Director, BTL (via tele-video link)
How learning can utilise the latest technologies and techniques – Keith Kilpatrick, LSDA NI (via tele-video link)

13.30 Questions and Answers and open debate around key issues in e-Assessment lead by Assessment Tomorrow and the speakers followed by Lunch and networking
 

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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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Business Standard
Statesman
Hindustan Times
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Hindu Business Line
Indian Express
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 For the latest developments in
e-Assessment and computer based
testing and assessment
The e-Assessment-Question
10th annual conference
21st and 22nd March 2012 at the America Square Conference Centre London
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