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Details of the BPS Qualifications in Testing in Forensic Contexts

In January 2015, the BPS will be launching its newly developed qualification standards in testing in forensic contexts.

Chartered Members of the BPS are invited to apply for the qualifications via two grandparenting routes, which are outlined in the below Forensic Testing Qualifications Application Form for Grandparenting.

 Forensic testing qualifications application form for grandparenting.docx

Details of the Forensic Testing Qualifications module sets can be found in the below document:

 Forensic testing qualifications module sets.pdf

The Forensic Qualifications Portfolio Template referred to in the Application form can be downloaded here:

 Forensic qualifications portfolio template.docx

ITC Guidelines on the Security of Tests, Examinations, and Other Assessments

These guidelines, produced by the International Test Commission (ITC) provide recommendations on planning for better security, maintaining security during the development of tests and while they are administered, and responding well when a security breach occurs. 


ADM selected article

The following article appeared in Assessment and Development Matters (ADM) Volume 6 No. 3.

 Computerised Adaptive Testing - Sean Keeley

 

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