Posted by Julie Delazyn
Last week I wrote about deploying compliance-related assessments, as part of a series of posts offering good practice recommendations from our white paper, The Role of Assessments in Mitigating Risk for Financial Services Organizations.
This paper describes five stages of deploying legally defensible assessments, along with specific recommendations for people in different job roles. Some of these recommendations are specific to Questionmark technologies, but most can be applied to any testing and assessment system.
The five stages:
Today, let’s look at good practice for the third stage: authoring. You will find more recommendations in the White Paper:
Sharon Shrock & William Coscarelli’s Criterion-Referenced Test Development: Technical and Legal Guidelines for Corporate Training provides actionable, practical advice on test development. Sharon and Bill will conduct a workshop on writing valid, reliable tests in Baltimore on Sunday, March 3. Participants will explore testing best practices and will learn how to meet rigorous competency testing standards.
You can register for this workshop when you register for the Questionmark Users Conference or add the workshop later. It’s up to you!