An exciting update to our online Certificate of Competence in Educational Testing course

As part of our commitment to the continuous improvement of our courses and to ensure the most effective learning experience for our delegates, we regularly review our programmes. Our goal is to equip our delegates with the necessary skills and knowledge to make maximum impact in their settings.

We are delighted to announce that we have just released an update to our popular Certificate of Competence in Educational Testing online course. The updates include:

  • New multimedia content, in the form of videos and animations of key concepts, make the content more accessible and interactive. See an example below from the section on the scaling and standardisation of psychometric tests

  • We’ve enhanced the course activities, providing a more engaging learning experience and even more opportunities for delegates to check their understanding, practise new skills and reflect


  • Key concepts are explained graphically, and with worked examples, so that they are easier to understand. There are also new diagrams to help delegates master important concepts

Choosing to study CCET via self-paced online study has many benefits:

  • There is no requirement to be in a certain place at a certain time, so delegates can work from wherever they like
  • Material can be reviewed and re-reviewed to ensure thorough understanding
  • Study hours can be tailored, making it easy to fit learning around work and personal commitments
  • Online discussion forums and access to a dedicated personal tutor means that delegates are fully-supported by peers and experts

We also offer a 3-day CCET Intensive course for delegates who would prefer a live online classroom experience led by one of our expert trainers.

To find out more about how CCET could benefit your setting, please visit our CCET course page. To book our CCET online or Intensive course, please complete our online booking form – you’ll find CCET under the Professional Assessment tab.

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