Assistant Test User Ability

Why do this course?

This is a qualification which can be used as a steppingstone to the Test User Ability qualification.  It provides the background to testing and the importance of setting the right climate in which candidates are asked to complete tests.   This increases the fair administration and use of tests by increasing understanding about why these things are important. This course is for people who will be given responsibility for managing candidates and getting them to complete tests, often in high stakes situations.

What is involved?

There is pre-course work accessible online allowing sufficient familiarisation for you to be able to achieve British Psychological Society (BPS) and the European Federation of Psychological Associations (EFPA) certificates of competence in test administration with just one day of face-to-face contact.  That day is very practical and requires you to practice administering and scoring ability tests in small groups managed by an experienced tutor.  You get a chance to see others managing the same process in very different ways and a chance to discuss issues you have with any of the online learning modules.

Who will be your tutors on the course?

This course will be led by Roy Childs who is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist, Consultant Editor for the BPS Test Review process and a BPS Verifier for this level of course.

Your qualification

Successful completion achieves accreditation of BPS Assistant Test User qualification demonstrating competence in the administration of ability tests.  This reduces what you would need to complete should you want to upgrade the qualification to Test User Ability in the future.

Sample reports:

Verbal Reasoning Feedback  Verbal Reasoning Administrator’s  MAT Feedback report  DAT Feedback Report

 

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 22/07/2020
12:00 am

Location
Team Focus Ltd

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