IC Question Bank Review

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Posted by APM on 1st Oct 2012

APM is now undertaking a review of its Introductory Certificate examination question bank to ensure it meets defined specifications and standards. After the review the intention is to perform a full gap analysis to identify, if necessary, where more questions are required and complete the process with a question writing exercise to ensure we still have full coverage against all the topic areas and learning outcomes.

We would like to extend the opportunity to review the questions to volunteers from our training provider community: two review sessions will held at Ibis House (approximate timings 9.30am 4.30pm) on Monday 19th November and Tuesday 20th November 2012.

We are seeking volunteers from at least 8 different training providers for either of the review dates: during each session, each working group will be asked to review up to 60 questions. Guidance on the question specifications, standards and compliance will be provided, as will lunch and refreshments. Travel expenses will be reimbursed.

Please contact andrea.kallides@apm.org.uk by 12th October if you are interested in sending a representative to be involved in this question bank review please provide the training providers name, the volunteers name and email address, which date they would like to attend. Depending on the number of responses, volunteers will be selected randomly and contacted by 19th October.

We look forward to hearing from you and to working with you further.

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