Build your confidence in using psychometric tests with the Certificate of Competence in Educational Testing (CCET)

We are pleased to inform you that, due to popular demand, we have recently added a new date into our training calendar for 2018. Our highly-regarded 3-day intensive Certificate of Competence in Educational Testing (CCET) course will be taking place on 27-29 June at Conference Aston in Birmingham. The venue has a 4 star rating on Trip Advisor and boasts excellent leisure facilities for you to take advantage of if you are looking to book our residential option.

Course eligibility

CCET is an open access course and is therefore completed by a wide range of professionals from a variety of education settings. This includes teachers, SENCOs, teaching assistants, tutors and education officers. The only requirement is that you will need access to suitable students and psychometric tests in order to complete the assignments after the 3-day course. If you are unsure as to whether you would have access to tests, please find more details here about the loan scheme available through the Dyslexia Action Shop. As a CCET delegate, you would also receive 10% discount at the shop.

What you will learn

By completing this course, you will gain the skills and knowledge required to be able to administer and interpret psychometric tests effectively in your setting. The course covers all of the British Psychological Society’s (BPS) competences and standards so at the end of the course, if you wish, you can become a registered Test User with the BPS.

How to book

If you would like to attend this intensive CCET course in June, please complete the online booking form and ensure you select the Birmingham course option on the drop-down list. We will not take payment at the time of booking, however a £500 deposit is required within seven days of booking to secure your place.

Of course, there are other dates and venues available should Birmingham does not suit you this time. You can see full details of these on our dedicated CCET webpage.

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