25th April 2012 Assessor Conference - map, agenda and preparation work
Posted by APM on 4th Apr 2012
Thank you to those who have registered their attendance for the next Assessor Conference on 25th April 2012. This will take place at ETC Venues, The Hatton, Farringdon, London.
The following link will take you directly to the map:
09.30 - 10.00 Arrive
10.00 BDC Welcome, Overview + Housekeeping.
Summary of Nov 2011 Assessor Conference
10.15 JZ RPP Progress Update from APM
10.30 BDC Update from the Lead Verifier
10.50 JZ Review of current RPP Appeal process
11.30 PE+LT Portfolio Assessment written feedback exercise
13.30 BDC Mock Portfolio Assessment Standardisation Exercise
15.15 PE+LT Professional Review Questions
15.45 BDC+JZ Review, Q&A and AOB
16.15 - 16.30 Close
BDC = Brendan D'Cruz JZ = John Zachar LT = Lara Taylorson PE = Paul Erricker
As with the November 2011 event, we would like all attending assessors to complete some preparation work before the meeting. Please work through the attached Test Case as a mock Portfolio Assessment and bring your portfolio assessment report along to the meeting for discussion.
Please note that the content of this Test Case differs from the November 2011 event.
As this is part of ongoing assessor training, neither attendance nor the preparation work is chargeable to APM (with the exception of reasonable travel expenses)
For assessors not attending in April, we still believe this is valuable exercise to perform - results will be included in the minutes which will be posted to this closed group after the event.
Please contact Andrea if you have any queries: firstname.lastname@example.org
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