Assessor Conference 25th October 2012 and standardisation exercise
Posted by APM on 26th Sep 2012
Thank you to those who have registered their attendance for the nextAssessor Conference on25th October 2012. This will take place at ETC Venues, The Hatton, Farringdon, London.
The following link will take you directly to the map:
If you have not contacted APM and you wish to attend, please email email@example.com by 11th October so that the venue can be informed of numbers
In line with contractual obligations, assessors are reminded that attendance at at least one conference is required per year.The next event is provisionally planned for26th April 2013.Neither attendance norany preparationwork ischargeable to APM (with the exception ofreasonable travel expenses)
Agenda for 25th October 2012:
9.30Arrival and Networking
10.00 Welcome / Housekeeping / Actions from April Conference (BDC)
10.15 RPP Update (JZ)
RPP Assessor Survey Responses (JZ)
Candidate Survey Feedback (BDC)
11.30 Mock Professional ReviewActivity (SS/GD)
13.45 Mock Portfolio AssessmentActivity (BC/LT)
15.30 Feedback for Unsuccessful Professional Reviews (PE)
15.50 Coaching RPP Candidates (LT)
16.00 Review / Q&A / AOB
As with past events we expect assessors towork through a mock portfolio assessment as part of their commitment to ongoing training -a new caseis attached at the foot of this article. This is a portfolio from a real RPPcandidate and efforts have been made to anonymise itasfar as possible. The candidate's permission has been obtained.
Instead of just those attending the October conference, we now expect ALL RPP ASSESSORS to complete this mock portfolio assessment exercise and return it firstname.lastname@example.org BY 12TH OCTOBER. This will allow all results to be collated before the event so that more meaningful data can be produced.
Once again, completion of this exercise is required of ALL RPP assessors whether attending the October conference or not and is vital for APM to maintain assessment standards.
PLEASE DO NOT RETURN THE COMPLETED REPORT FORM TO CUSTOMER SERVICES FOR THIS TRAINING EXERCISE - IT SHOULD ONLY BE RETURNED TO ANDREA KALLIDES
Please contact Andrea if you have any queries.
Thank you for your cooperation.
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